Coined by soundscape theorists Stuart Gage and Bernie Krause, the terms biophony, geophony and anthrophony have come to represent the complete range of sound-types audible within natural recordings (referring to biological sounds, geological sounds, and human/machine sounds). March's eclectic issue of The Wire (#409) features my piece on psyphony - an impish addition to this trio.
Delawarr Laboratories' "thought-to-sound" experiments).
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The full particulars on 'psyphonics' can be read in The Wire #409, March 2018 - out now.