A. Murray Shafer “I Have Never Seen a Sound”

From this reading I understood that all senses are two sided. Sounds do not exist without at least two things making contact even if we sometimes only acknowledge the main object. Through this idea of interaction and the acknowledgement of it, I want to explore the idea of needed contrast. As A. Murray Schaefer mentions, sound lasts only for a second much the moments we capture in pictures. We have ways of manipulating the idea that comes across and the hope is that the final product is accurately mirroring ideas.

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