As I looked through older published papers of mine I realized that several went into depth on topics that I have only touched upon, if at all, in my recent blog posts. Most of these were done for scholarly conferences (and reflect a scholarly writing style required of this kind of work). This paper was presented at the International Conference on Auditory Display (ICAD) in 2000, held at the Georgia Institute of Technology (“Georgia Tech”) in April 2000. It is a major seminal paper on my views about sound design.
The topic of this paper is the basis of TheAudioPenguin.com blog post “Sonic Scene Design” but delves much more into the theory and experiments that formed my views of sound for theatre and other visual media.
PAPER IN PDF FORMAT: esicad2000