Sinopsis

Do you enjoy sound? Youre reading a podcast description right now, so chances are good that you do. Mike Rugnetta does, too. And on Reasonably Sound, Mike will provide context, explanation and a little celebration of the complexities and awesomeness of audio, and the various cultures which surround and have grown around it. Not just for audiophiles, Reasonably Sound will be your guide to the world of sound.

Episodios

  • 45: The World Remade

    45: The World Remade

    19/08/2019 Duración: 51min

    On flailing in the rising tides, as well as the ecological impact of vinyl records and digital music streaming. -- Find full show notes, with research links, at http://reasonablysound.com/2019/08/19/the-world-remade/ -- Thanks to Kyle Devine, whos book Decomposed: The Political Ecology of Music is out in October 2019. You can learn more here: https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/decomposed The Cost of Music Project (https://www.gla.ac.uk/news/headline_643297_en.html) was done in collaboration with Matthew Brennan, whose work you can see here: http://citizenbravo.com/videos.html​ Thanks also to Miriam Nielsen for the research and script help. You can find her work at http://youtube.com/zentouro and http://youtube.com/hotmesspbs -- Thanks to all the show’s Patrons and supporters, without whom it would not be possible! Special thanks to Oscar Acton, Kathy Ahfid, Andre Bach, Benjamin, hans buetow, David Booth, Harry Brisson, Jack Britton, Johnny C, PA Campbell, Andrew Carlos, Jana Deppe, Santiago Espinosa Uribe

  • 44: Vrooms And The Lack Thereof

    44: Vrooms And The Lack Thereof

    07/02/2019 Duración: 40min

    What if your car’s engine could sound like anything? -- Find full show notes, with research links, at http://reasonablysound.com/2019/02/07/vrooms-and-the-lack-thereof/ -- Thanks to all the show’s Patrons and supporters, without whom it would not be possible! Special thanks to Adam Neely, Andrew Carlos, Andrew MacLarty, Anthony Kirkpatrick, Antoine Flamant, Ayla Ounce, Benjamin, Bernhard Werner, Blake Kidd, Camilla Greer, Cassandra Durnford, Chelsea Whyte, Christopher McKitterick, Clarissa Redwine, Cole Sarar, Dale Jakes, David Booth, David Rorick, Dylan Neal, Elliott, Ethan Hermer, hansbuetow, Harry Brisson, J Gingold, J.S. Majer, Jack Britton, Jana Deppe, Jason Scott, Johnny C, Josef Nickerson, Joseph maslov, Kathy Ahfid, Kaya, Mahlen Morris, Mischa Stanton, Nick Goertzen, Oscar Acton, Philip Campbell, Rachaul Paul, Rachel L, Richard Hanson, Talia F E, Tim, Tod Kurt, and Vijile! If this is your first episode as a Patron, your name will be included in the next episode after your pledge clears. Drop me a li

  • 43: Hold, Please

    43: Hold, Please

    24/09/2018 Duración: 43min

    👕: https://cottonbureau.com/products/phonocloud -- -- Your call is very important to us. Please stay on the line. A customer service representative will be with you shortly. Your call is important. -- Find full show notes, with research links, at http://reasonablysound.com/2018/09/24/hold-please/ -- Thanks to all the show’s Patrons and supporters, without whom it would not be possible! Special thanks to Adam Neely, Andrew Carlos, Andrew Groot, Andrew MacLarty, Anthony Kirkpatrick, Antoine Flamant, Ayla Ounce, Benjamin, Bernhard Werner, Blake Kidd, Camilla Greer, Cassandra Durnford, Chelsea Whyte, Christopher McKitterick, Clarissa Redwine, Dale Jakes, David Booth, Dylan Neal, Elliott, Ethan Hermer, Hans Buetow, Harry Brisson, J Gingold, J.S. Majer, Jack Britton, Jana Deppe, Johnny C, Joseph maslov, Kathy Ahfid, Kaya, Keith Broni, Mahlen Morris, Mischa Stanton, Nick Goertzen, Oscar Acton, Philip Campbell, Rachaul Paul, Richard Hanson, Susan Rugnetta, Talia F E, Tim, and Tod Kurt! If this is your first

  • 42: The Oddest Thing in the Universe

    42: The Oddest Thing in the Universe

    30/07/2018 Duración: 40min

    👕: https://cottonbureau.com/products/phonocloud -- Life, The Universe, and A Small, Yellow Leechlike Fish -- Find full show notes, with research links, at http://reasonablysound.com/2018/07/30/the-oddest-thing-in-the-universe/ -- Thanks to all the show’s Patrons and supporters, without whom it would not be possible! Special thanks to: Oscar Acton, Kathy Ahfid, Harry Brisson, Jack Britton, Keith Broni, Hans Buetow, Johnny C, Philip Campbell, Andrew Carlos, Jana Deppe, Cassandra Durnford, Katherine E. Cunningham, Talia F E, Scott Fassett, Antoine Flamant, J Gingold, Nick Goertzen, Camilla Greer, Andrew Groot, Richard Hanson, Ethan Hermer, Dale Jakes, Blake Kidd, Anthony Kirkpatrick, Tod Kurt, Andrew MacLarty, J.S. Majer, Joseph maslov, Christopher McKitterick, Mahlen Morris, Dylan Neal, Adam Neely, Rachaul Paul, Royce Rackham, Clarissa Redwine, Susan Rugnetta, Mischa Stanton, Kaya Sybel, Bernhard Werner, Chelsea Whyte, Tim, Benjamin, and Elliott -- Support the show at • patreon.com/reasonably

  • 41: A Not So Quiet Place

    41: A Not So Quiet Place

    14/05/2018 Duración: 42min

    RS TSHIRTS! https://cottonbureau.com/products/phonocloud -- Exposure to noise pollution has serious health risks, and disproportionately affects certain communities. But what if regulating it would accidentally do more harm than good? -- The Generation Gap by CBC's Podcast Playlist: https://bit.ly/2wAgJU6 -- Check out Seeker’s NOISE WEEK at http://YouTube.com/Seeker -- Find full show notes, with research links, at http://www.reasonablysound.com -- Thanks to all the show’s Patrons and supporters, without whom it would not be possible! Special thanks to: Oscar Acton, Kathy Ahfid, Harry Brisson, Jack Britton, Keith Broni, Hans Buetow, Philip Campbell, Andrew Carlos, Trey Connelly, Jana Deppe, Katherine E. Cunningham, Talia F E, Scott Fassett, J Gingold, Nick Goertzen, Camilla Greer, Richard Hanson, Ethan Hermer, Dale Jakes, Blake Kidd, Anthony Kirkpatrick, Tod Kurt, Andrew MacLarty, J.S. Majer, Christopher McKitterick, Mahlen Morris, Dylan Neal, Adam Neely, Rachaul Paul, Royce Rackham, Clarissa Redwine, Susan

  • 40: Helpful Mom Voices

    40: Helpful Mom Voices

    27/02/2018 Duración: 34min

    On the pursuit of making machines talk, and the quality of digital assistants’ voices. Find full show notes, with research links, at http://reasonablysound.com/2018/02/27/helpful-mom-voices/ Thanks to all the show’s Patrons and supporters, without whom it would not be possible! Special thanks to: Adam Neely, Andrew MacLarty, Andrew Carlos, Anthony Kirkpatrick, Benjamin , Camilla Greer, Cassandra Durnford, Chelsea Whyte, Christopher McKitterick, Clarissa Redwine, Clayton Grey, Cole Sarar, Dale Jakes, Dylan Neal, Elliott , Ethan Hermer, Hans Buetow, Hector Suzanne, J.S. Majer, Jack Britton, Jana Deppe, Joe Krushinsky, Johnny C, Kathy Ahfid, Keith Broni, Mahlen Morris, Mischa Stanton, Nick Goertzen, Oscar Acton, Philip Campbell, Rachaul Paul, Royce Rackham, Scott Fassett, Susan Rugnetta, Talia F E, Tim, Tod Kurt, and Trey Connelly Support the show at • http://www.patreon.com/reasonablysound • http://www.d.rip/mikerugnetta and follow me at • http://www.twitter.com/reasonablysnd • http://www.instagram.com/rea

  • 39: Automated Copywrongs

    39: Automated Copywrongs

    15/01/2018 Duración: 33min

    Or: Do Androids Dream of Pitch Shifted Music? --- We talk about the algorithmic enforcement of copyright, how it works and why we have it. We talk to Parker Higgins, and speculate about a future beset by copyright robots. --- Find full show notes, with research links, at http://ReasonablySound.com --- Thanks to all the show’s Patrons and supporters, without whom it would not be possible! Special thanks to: Adam Neely, Andrew MacLarty, Andrew Carlos, Anthony Kirkpatrick, Benjamin , Brandon , Camilla Greer, Cassandra Durnford, Chelsea Whyte, Christopher McKitterick, Clarissa Redwine, Clayton Grey, Cole Sarar, Dale Jakes, Dylan Neal, Elliott , Ethan Hermer, hansbuetow, HectorSuzanne, J.S. Majer, Jack Britton, Jana Deppe, Jesse Gamble, Joachim, Joe Krushinsky, Johnny C, Kathy Ahfid, Keith Broni, Mahlen Morris, Mischa Stanton, Nick Goertzen, Oscar Acton, Rachaul Paul, Royce Rackham, Scott Fassett, Susan Rugnetta, Talia F E, Tim, Tod Kurt, and Tom Vickers! Support the show at • https://patreon.com/reasonablysound

  • 038 - Why Are There No New Christmas Songs?

    038 - Why Are There No New Christmas Songs?

    22/12/2017 Duración: 31min

    As of Recording, Wham’s “Last Christmas” was predicted to be the UK #1 Christmas single, but the honor officially went to Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect” (not a year end song, despite what the music video would have you believe) as of publish. --- LINKS --- http://patreon.com/reasonablysound http://d.rip/mikerugnetta http://twitter.com/reasonablysnd http://instagram.com/reasonablysnd http://twitter.com/mikerugnetta http://instagram.com/mikerugnetta --- SOURCES --- • From “Jingle Bells” to “Jingle Bell Rock”, Studwell - http://bit.ly/2C2XxzO • The Christmas Carol as a Cultural Phenomenon, Studwell - http://bit.ly/2BZgKSV • “The story I must tell”: “Jingle Bells” in the Minstrel Repertoire, Hamill - http://bit.ly/2C29SUS • Why Read The Classics, Calvino - http://bit.ly/2BWo4Px • Mariah Carey’s ‘All I Want for Christmas Is You’ finally hits Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 - • http://nydn.us/2C2XST6 • Race for Christmas number 1 hots up as Wham! sits ahead of Eminem and Ed Sheeran on iTunes chart - http://bit.ly/2C1N7AE

  • 037 - Boo Who?

    037 - Boo Who?

    22/11/2017 Duración: 35min

    RS Live at Caveat NYC, Dec 2nd 2017: http://caveat.nyc/event/reasonably-sound/ An examination of when, and why, we boo and some encouragement to maybe boo a bit more. SOURCES • Dan Rebellato, ‘B is for Booing’ - http://bit.ly/2hSGAjQ • Sound Symbolism - http://bit.ly/2hTgDjN • Did The Rite of Spring really spark a riot? - http://bbc.in/2hTLOeQ • On the Booing of La Sonnambula - http://bit.ly/2hThdht • On the Pleasure of Being Booed, Marinetti in Futurism: An Anthology - http://bit.ly/2hTxHGI • Spectator Booing and the Home Advantage, Greer - http://bit.ly/2hSHGvY • Booing: The Anatomy of Disaffiliative Response, Clayman - http://bit.ly/2hTM3qg • Whipping It Up! An Analysis of Audience Responses to Political Rhetoric in Speeches From the 2012 American Presidential Elections, Bull and Miskinis - http://bit.ly/2hRlrX2 • Don’t Boo, Vote - http://bit.ly/2B02LII • The Emancipated Spectator, Ranciere - http://bit.ly/2hU20wH • The Theatre of the Oppressed, Boal - http://bit.ly/2zW64n5 • Can Emotions Be Truly Grou

  • 036 - Put Em Together

    036 - Put 'Em Together

    20/10/2017 Duración: 34min

    “The custom of showing one's pleasure at music by immediately following it with a noise, usually by clapping but sometimes also by the drumming of feet, is perhaps as old as the art of music itself.” - The Oxford Companion to Music, Alison Latham SOURCES: • Laws, Plato - http://bit.ly/2gUDXtK • Applause: A Rest Is Noise Special Report, Ross - http://bit.ly/2gUlddZ • Getting Together and Falling Apart: Applauding audiences, Brandl-Risi - http://bit.ly/2gUmlyf • Effects of applause magnitude and musical style on listeners’ evaluations of wind band performances, Springer et al - http://bit.ly/2gUZJh7 CC MUSIC: • Symphony No.2, Op.73, Brahms, #246961 - http://bit.ly/2gW3cfA • Aulos 'Agora' in A on the Black Sea, Anton Platonov - http://bit.ly/2gU6IqI • The Beau Ideal March, Sousa, #482436 - http://bit.ly/2gU8rwg • Erlkönig, D.328, Schubert, #186613 - http://bit.ly/2gTR7aA • Piano Sonata #15, Beethoven - http://bit.ly/2gUiUYh EPISODE IMAGE Arhythmia by neekoh.fi on flickr - http://bit.ly/2gUgGII Reasonably So

  • RM02 - A Reasonably Sound Mission Statement

    RM02 - A Reasonably Sound "Mission Statement"

    28/01/2017 Duración: 18min

    "Ruminations" (RM) are short[-er] episodes, lightly edited, on topics nonetheless worth discussing. In this Rumination, I talk for a few minutes about what I want to try to do with Reasonably Sound, and why I think sound is interesting and important. Double Extra Super THANKS to all of Reasonably Sound’s Patrons, who help keep the show afloat. Special shoutout to Andrew Carlos, Anthony Kirkpatrick, Brandon, Camilla Greer, Chelsea Whyte, Coral Kennelty-Cohen, Dale Jakes, Dylan Teague, Elliott, Ethan Hermer, Hans Buetow, Ildaris, Jesse Gamble, Joachim, Joe Krushinsky, John Cifuentes, Jonny C, Kings Ransom, Kyle Adkins, Liz M, Mahlen Morris, Rachaul Paul, Royce Rackham, Scott, Susan Rugnetta, Tim, Tod Kurt, and Xander C Support RS on patreon: patreon.com/reasonablysound Music by Will Stratton - willstratton.bandcamp.com Visual Design by Tida Tep - tidatep.com

  • What 2016 Sounded Like

    What 2016 Sounded Like

    30/12/2016 Duración: 33min

    It's the end of 2016, so we'll do the thing one tends to do around this time of year: look back. In this episode, a few bits of audio revelry from the End of 2014 episode return, you can get some insight into what kinds of things I was trying to make for Reasonably Sound when Reasonably Sound wasn't allowed to make anything, and I share some stories about a few musicians, performers and composers that died this year. ---- Double extra super THANKS to all of Reasonably Sound’s Patrons, who help keep the show afloat. Special shoutout to Allie Cunningham, Andy McMillan, Anthony Kirkpatrick, Brandon, Camilla Greer, Chelsea Whyte, Coral Kennelty-Cohen, Dale Jakes, Elliott, Ethan Hermer, Hans Beutow, Liz M, Ildaris, Jesse Gamble, Joachim, Joe Krushinsky, John Cifuentes, Jonny C, Kings Ransom, Kyle Adkins, Mahlen Morris, Rachaul Paul, Royce Rackham, Scott, Susan Rugnetta, Talia F E, Tim, Tod Kurt and Xander C ----- Reasonably Sound's music is by Will Stratton: willstratton.bandcamp.com Its visual design is by Ti

  • For Whom The Whistle Blows

    For Whom The Whistle Blows

    12/12/2016 Duración: 40min

    This episode contains offensive language. ---------- In this episode of Reasonably Sound we talk about how it is that through repetition, seemingly innocuous sounds come to be laden with meaning and can even guide the behavior of subjects exposed to them. ---------- Double extra super THANKS to all of Reasonably Sound’s Patrons, who help keep the show afloat. Special shoutout to Allie, Andy McMillan, Autumn, Brandon, Camilla Greer, Chelsea Herrington, Coral Kennelty-Cohen, Dale Jakes, Elliott, Hans Buetow, Ildaris, Jesse Gamble, Joachim, Joe Krushinsky, John Cifuentes, Kyle Adkins, Liz M, Scott, Susan Rugnetta, Talia F E, Tim, Tod Kurt, Xander C ---------- Reasonably Sound's music is by Will Stratton: willstratton.bandcamp.com Its visual design is by Tida Tep: tidatep.com ---------- SOURCES - On Dog Whistle Racism, Generally - "Actually, Many ‘Inner Cities’ Are Doing Great" http://nyti.ms/2hF4Obm | "Thank Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton for Donald Trump’s Dog-Whistle Ways" http://ti.me/2hF3G7F | "Mike Pence

  • The Braaam™

    The Braaam™

    21/11/2016 Duración: 38min

    An episode about the type of sound The Inception Sound is, the controversy surrounding that sounds authorship, and how it’s effectiveness is deeply rooted in a millennia plus of human culture ---------- Double extra super THANKS to all of Reasonably Sound’s Patrons, who help keep the show afloat. Special shoutout to Allie, Andy McMillan, Autumn, Brandon, Camilla Greer, Chelsea Herrington, Coral Kennelty-Cohen, Elliott, Hans Buetow, Jesse Gamble, Joachim, Joe Krushinsky, John Cifuentes, Kyle Adkins, Susan Rugnetta, Talia F E, Tim, Tod Kurt, Xander C ---------- This episode was ORIGINALLY PERFORMED lived for XOXO Fest in Portland during September of 2016. Thanks to Andy Baio and Andy McMillan for making it possible and for supporting the return of Reasonably Sound. Stephen Bruckert compiled and edited the Gravitas of Braaams supercut (https://vimeo.com/180809720) in this episode. Bailey Math of Bailey Math Sound made this episode’s custom braaams. ---------- Reasonably Sound’s theme music is by Will Stratton ht

  • RM01 - Slerd Speesh

    RM01 - Slerd Speesh

    06/05/2016 Duración: 11min

    Support RS at patreon.com/reasonablysound A quick rumination on why people slur their speech when they're drunk, and a little thinking on what it means to slur, and its place in popular culture. Music by Will Stratton Visual Branding by Tida Tep Sources: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-athletes-way/201505/why-do-drunk-people-stumble-fumble-and-slur-their-words https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ataxia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cerebellum https://kin450-neurophysiology.wikispaces.com/Alcohol+%26+Cerebellum http://www.bloodalcohol.info/how-alcohol-affects-the-brain.php https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gamma-Aminobutyric_acid https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cerebellum_granule_cell CLUMSINESS: http://elitedaily.com/life/culture/clumsy-people-rejoice-theres-scientific-reason-youre-klutz/1047848/ http://www.bustle.com/articles/84286-what-causes-clumsiness-and-can-it-be-cured-what-science-knows-about-people-who-always-be -- LICENSING INFO -- Changed the license for this track from CC-BY to CC-BY-N

  • 32: Light Dinner Conversation

    32: Light Dinner Conversation

    20/11/2015 Duración: 15min

    Support RS at patreon.com/reasonablysound This week, it’s the sounds that surround holiday gatherings and rituals. Mike tackles several sonic phenomena and how they will function during your Turkey Day soiree. And how you can use their existence as fodder for conversations with your Uncle Alvin when you run out of weather to discuss. You’ll learn about the acoustic arms race that is the Lombard Effect. How the TV people record the sparkling sounds of football. And what being cooperative has to do with our ability to have conversations at all. Plus, Mike tries to pronounce weird technical terms. -- A previous version of this episode contained the following MUSIC -- Family is Family by Kacey Musgraves from Pageant Material Family Day Red Room by Microkingdom from Spectacular Edges Football Fight by Queen from the Flash Gordon Soundtrack -- SOURCES -- “Drivers to Pay Lowest Thanksgiving Gas Prices Since 2008” at AAA.com http://newsroom.aaa.com/tag/thanksgiving-travel-forecast/ “Turkey and Travel” on Nati

  • 31: I Nonlinear Vocalization. You Nonlinear Vocalization

    31: I Nonlinear Vocalization. You Nonlinear Vocalization

    24/10/2015 Duración: 35min

    Support RS at patreon.com/reasonablysound THIS WEEK IT’S ALL ABOUT SCREAMS (AAAAA!!!!) Horror and fear screams. It’s not just talking with some extra juice. There is much, much more at work. Physically and psychologically, a scream is a unique thing in human sound production. Mike explores the what and how, and that they aren’t like shouts or yells. Plus a deep dive into what they mean. And how they function in film. Especially as delivered by women. -- SOURCES -- The Hard Work of Screaming: Physical Exertion and Affective Labor Among Mexico City’s Punk Vocalists Author(s): Kelley Tatro Source: Ethnomusicology, Vol. 58, No. 3 (Fall 2014), pp. 431-453 ‘The scream’: Meanings and excesses in early childhood settings Rachel Rosen Childhood 2015, Vol. 22(1) 39–52 Phenomenology of the Scream Author(s): Peter Schwenger Source: Critical Inquiry, Vol. 40, No. 2 (Winter 2014), pp. 382-395 Nonlinear analysis of irregular animal vocalizations Isao Tokudaa, et al J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 111, No. 6, June 2002 Hum

  • 30: Bits and Chips

    30: Bits and Chips

    08/10/2015 Duración: 31min

    Support RS at patreon.com/reasonablysound It’s all about nostalgia and limitation as Mike chips away (ahhh?!?!?) at the world of chiptunes music. If you played video games years and years ago, you’ll hear a set of sounds that will be completely familiar, even when used in unfamiliar compositional genres. Mike explores the anatomy of chiptunes sounds and composition, and looks into chiptunes’ relationship to hacking and the counterculture. PLUS: lots of clips of music from the video games of bygone times. And Mike pronouncing more European names. And the line “making bonk-bonk noises.” -- SOURCES -- Endless Loop: A Brief History of Chiptunes by Kevin Driscoll and Joshua Diaz http://journal.transformativeworks.org/index.php/twc/article/view/96/94 Game Sound: An Introduction to the History, Theory, and Practice of Video Game Music and Sound Design by Karen Collins Playing with Sound by Karen Collins Music in Video Games, ed. Donnelly, et al The Sound of Playing: A Study into the Music and Culture of

  • 29: Acoustic Body

    29: Acoustic Body

    01/10/2015 Duración: 21min

    It’s the stethoscope and the sampler as Mike leads us through “the alien nature of [our] own interiors.” In this journey into the sounds of the body, he explores the work of corporeal sonification as music, as well the history and meaning of sounds in medicine. There are lots of sound puns that are sure to resonate (HA!), and the pleasure of hearing Mike work his way through European names of the 19th century. Also the word “auscultation.” Music Intro: My Body by Perfume Genius from Too Bright Break 1: Suddenly by Herbert from Bodily Functions Break 2: Lipostudio by Matmos from A Chance to Cut Is a Chance to Cure

  • 29: Acoustic Body

    29: Acoustic Body

    27/09/2015 Duración: 22min

    Support RS at patreon.com/reasonablysound It’s the stethoscope and the sampler as Mike leads us through “the alien nature of [our] own interiors.” In this journey into the sounds of the body, he explores the work of corporeal sonification as music, as well the history and meaning of sounds in medicine. There are lots of sound puns that are sure to resonate (HA!), and the pleasure of hearing Mike work his way through European names of the 19th century. Also the word “auscultation.” And a Special Thanks to these Reasonably Sound Patrons: Hans Buetow, Xander C, Talia F E, Camilla Greer, Parker Higgins, Joe Krushinski, Tod Kurt and Ethan Rose! -- a previous version of this episode contained the following music -- Intro/Outro: My Body by Perfume Genius from Too Bright Break 1: Suddenly by Herbert from Bodily Functions Break 2: Lipostudio by Matmos from A Chance to Cut Is a Chance to Cure

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