AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis paper discusses sonic spatialization and the notion of proxemics in recorded tracks. Spatialization or rather the spatial characteristics and positioning of sounds within a track, can directly influence the way a listener can formulate their own interpretation. Through the analysis of proxemic zones within the context of the ‘sound-box’, their impact in terms of interpersonal distance and listener engagement will be discussed along with potential meanings.
CitationDockwray, R. (2017). Proxemic Interaction in Popular Music Recordings. In Hepworth-Sawyer, R. & Hodgson, J. (eds.) Mixing Music: Perspectives on Music Production. London, United Kingdom: Routledge
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