Irreducible listening: sound unseen and unspoken (Review of Sound unseen: acousmatic sound in theory and practice, by Brian Kane, and The order of sounds: a sonorous archipelago, by François J. Bonnet) [Book Review]

Sound Studies 2 (2):194-198 (2016)
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Iain Campbell
University of Edinburgh
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Keywords Sound Studies  Acousmatic sound  Husserl  Deleuze
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