The Subjectivity of Silence

Silence is a term most people looked over with a glance. They think of it as the silence of a winter’s night, or the eeriness of a dark room, but silence is more than that. Silence is subjective to each scenario, each object and each being. During an acoustic dimensions course I took I was blessed with the opportunity to approach sound and silence from several unique perspectives. This paper sheds the light of my thoughts on silence, I hope you gain more perspective of your soundscape and silence after reading this.

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