A methodology to approach sound creation

Daniel Gómez, Joaquín Llorca


This paper presents a methodology developed by the authors to stimulate sonic and musical creation in Design students. Different theoretical backgrounds that are the basis of this practice are exposed along with the guidelines for its development. Based on qualitative assessment of the musical production of the students and the manifest impact on their acoustical cognition the effectiveness of its practice is concluded.


Sound; design; creation; music; methodology.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18046/syt.v10i22.1274


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