SoundEffects vol. 9 iss. 1: Sound and Participation
Edited by Iben Have and Vadim Keylin.

The rising prominence of interactive media and technologies has brought about an increased scholarly interest in participatory phenomena. This issue of SoundEffects aims to put a sonic spin on participation studies and emphasize the dialogic and participatory aspects of auditory culture.

Editorial:
Sound and participation (Iben Have & Vadim Keylin)

Articles:
Co-consuming a “fun addiction”: Buying, desiring, and using Eurorack together online (Farley Miller)

Noise over signal: Phonography culture as participatory (Jason W. Luther and Patrick Williams)

Algorithmic interactive music generation in videogames: A modular design for adaptive automatic music scoring (Alvaro E. Lopez Duarte)

Sound production as a cultural practice: Recording studios in the Northern Region of Malawi (Piotr Cichocki)

Community as a discursive construct in contemporary Danish singing culture (Lea Wierød Borčak)

Crash, boom, bang: Affordances for participation in sound art (Vadim Keylin)

Silences and policies in the shared listening: Ultra-red and Escuchatorio (Susana Jiménez Carmona)

The soundscape of Islamic populism: Auditory publics, silences and the myth of democracy (Nil Basdurak)

The whole issue can be found here.

SoundEffects (https://www.soundeffects.dk/) is an open access, international, peer-reviewed journal on sound and sound experience operating on the Open Journal System. SoundEffects brings together a plurality of theories, methodologies, and historical approaches applicable to sound as both mediated and unmediated experience. 
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