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The New Genetics of Sound Part 2b "Landscapes of Sound II"
Part three of the "New Genetics of Sound" compares the "landscape" of partials in a spectrum with the real landscape out there in nature and translates the first into the latter and vice versa, making a hill, a river or a valley audible.
Do landscapes cry or sing?
Perhaps they do, but the do it that slowly we cannot hear their crying and singing, not understand their messages.
How looks a landscape like, that´s humming in perfect harmonies?
Do the deeds of people, who live in a certain landscape depend on the sound it represents, this slowly, slowly crying or singing of the valleys, knolls and hills?
Does real history correspond to sound of the real landscape this history took place in, when it - the sound - is made audible?