Sound Mapping

Filed in GIS Software and Applications by on February 16, 2011


Piggybacking off of crowd-sourced mapping, sound mapping has emerged to take advantage of DIY cartography in order to geo-reference field recordings.  Greg J. Smith outlines how geospatial technologies are being used in his article “Sound Mapping: A Primer” published on Current Intelligence.   In addition, Smith outlines three sound mapping efforts, The Freesound Project, Sound-Seeker and the UK Sound Map.

Read more: Sound Mapping: A Primer


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