Digital Preservation and Access to Aural Heritage Via A Scalable, Extensible Method


Aural heritage emphasizes human sound-sensing perspectives in the interconnection of sites and materials with intangible heritage (defined by UNESCO): experiential features of building and site acoustics shape intangible culture, from basic communication to musical expression. We seek to provide researchers and heritage constituencies with tools and processes to engage this novel and overlooked area of preservation and access that has direct implications for human experience and social interaction.

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