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Maksymilian Jul 17
Replying to @Kapelanski
It's the second time I was not permitted to file a report. The first time I had complained about a group of sociopaths coming around my window everyday and screaming insults right into it. The police: "It's not illegal to scream on the street".
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Ryan Coulburn Music Jul 17
👽My new Fantasy Sci-fi composition inspired by the awesome video game Warframe🌕Full track available via the link ! 👾 -fi
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SilentMethodRecords 4h
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Milad Bagheri Jul 19
This Sunday at 7-9pm (UK time) on ,you can listen to Dental Drill's radio show featuring and many more.
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scarlet monahan Jul 19
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stiff middle finger Jul 19
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Cities & Health Jul 19
as a resource for contextualized urban public policies: a study using three use cases on noise and monitoring Lefevre, B., Agarwal, R., Issarny, V. & Mallet, V.
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simplesoundscapes Jul 18
My contribution to is this of in a log from a trip. It tickles the . Happy birthday R Murray Schafer and thanks to the WLD organisers
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Daniela Cinel O'Fee Jul 18
Music teaches us to listen beyond the notes and to the world. What do you hear today?
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Sound Matters Jul 18
On , we are excited to announce that we have just received a major European grant to continue - and expand - our work on restoration. We will be spending the next two years exploring the soundscapes of southern .
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Nathan Wolek Jul 17
To celebrate World Listening Day, I am releasing via these 5 tracks captured at during my yearlong project. Happy & enjoy!
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Music to Escape Reality Jul 17
'After walking for hours, trying to Keep Her Close, the realisation dawned on us... Wilderness Girl had vanished.' Keep Her Close - 📸 - 🏷 -
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Hush City Mobile Lab Jul 17
"On the other hand, and not surprisingly, the sounds most indicated as contributing in a negative way to the sense of quietness are those coming from traffic (54,9%)." From out :
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🎱Mɪsᴛʀɪx Kᴀʟɪ Dᴏᴍɪɴᴀ🎱 Jul 17
I curate my sessions with epic soundscapes, dropping and raising us both through altered states. What floats you?
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Journeyscapes Jul 16
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Jonny May Jul 16
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Kristi Hannam, PhD 🎙️🐦 Jul 16
Sometimes sciencing looks like organizing and backing up datafiles... Even when it is beautiful and sunny outside.
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Hush City Mobile Lab Jul 15
"Moreover, the sounds most indicated as contributing in a positive way to the sense of quietness are natural and human related sounds, coming from human voices (14,5%) and birds (30,4%)." From our :
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Woodoo Prod Jul 15
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