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  • Sound Walk

    Max Breidenstein on Acoustemologies
    On our sound walk, Will and I ventured over to the hill near the Davis Center Tunnel entrance on Main Street. While we were there we were very observant of the level of […]
    Posted April 19, 2013.
  • Assignment #5

    Max Breidenstein on Acoustemologies
    A sort of auditory documentary, which includes two sounds which were important to my research. Enjoy!
    Posted April 15, 2013.
  • Assignment 4

    Max Breidenstein on Acoustemologies
    Meditation is by nature, a connection between mind and body. As the mind consciously directs its intentions towards one goal, you can begin to lose the connection, or awareness, of your body. The brain is the […]
    Posted March 24, 2013.
  • Rhythm, Meditation and the Mind

    Max Breidenstein on Acoustemologies
    I believe my original topic choice may have been slightly too concise. The immense library of human knowledge encompasses most things, but not everything. While there is an extensive amount of research of the […]
    Posted March 14, 2013.
  • Lazy Sunday: 10 Recordings

    Max Breidenstein on Acoustemologies
    What better to document aurally then the legendary lazy Sunday? Everyone knows what a lazy Sunday entails; sleeping in, having a big breakfast, meandering through trivial tasks, relaxing and snacking. When I close […]
    Posted February 11, 2013.
  • Frederick Douglass Soundscape

    Max Breidenstein on Acoustemologies
    As I read The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, I kept imagining a ten part History Channel documentary as the ideal way to capture this story in film. An omniscient narrator whose voice rumbles with […]
    Posted January 25, 2013.
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