SIAL Sound Studio Publications
Book chapters – refereed
- Caquard S., Vaughan L. and Cartwright W. (Eds.), pp. 246-265. 2011 ISBN: 9783642224416.
- Harvey, L and Moloney, J. “Resounding Cities: Acoustic Ecology and Games Technology”.
- J.D. Wulfhorst and Anne K. Haugestad (eds.): Building Sustainable Communities: Ecological Justice and Global Citizenship. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, pp. 181- 2006. 9042021233.
- Fowler, Michael (2008): The city as soundscape laboratory. In: notions of space, Ed. Rochus Urban Hinkel. (Melbourne: Craft Victoria), 8-10.
- Lacey, J and Harvey, L. ‘Pre-Modern Design of Post-Natural Soundscapes’, Paradigms of Nature: Post Natural Futures, KERB 19, edited by Caitrin Daly, Sarah Hicks, Adrian Keene and Ricky Ricardo, Melbourne Books, Melbourne, pp.114-119. ISBN 9781877096433, 2011.
- Lacey, J and Harvey, L. ‘Sound Cartography Approaches to Urban Soundcape Research : CitySounds and Sites-of-Respite in the CBD of Melbourne’ in Mapping Environmental Issues in the City: Arts and Cartography Cross Perspectives. Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography series.
References in other publications
- Harvey, L. Various Presences, Human Space in New Technology, an in-house publication of the DSC Portfolio.
- Harvey, L. Interzone: Media Arts in Australia by Darren Tofts, published by Craftsman House.
Conference publications – refereed
- Harvey, L. ’Aural culture’, The sensuous intellect, edited by Ross McLeod, RMIT Publishing Press Press, Melbourne, pp.34-41 ISBN: 1921166444, 2006.
- Harvey, L., Folwer, M. Teimu (Garden of Dreams): aural and aesthetic attributes of Japanese gardens as models for spatial environments. Proceedings of The West meets the East in Acoustic Ecology Conference. Japanese Association for Sound Ecology (JASE) and Hirosaki University International Music Centre (HIMC). Editors Tadahiko Imada, Kozo Hiramatsu and Keiko Torigoe. ISBN 4-9903332-1-7, 2006.
- Harvey, L. Fowler, M. Murray, N. Ephemeral envelopment: the electroacoustic music studio in a school of spatial studies. Proceedings of the Architecture, Music, Acoustics Conference, Ryerson University, Toronto, June 8 – 10, 2006. Toronto, Ont. Ryerson Embodied Architecture Lab, c2006. ISBN 189450349x.
- Harvey, L. “The aural eye: soundscape practice and pedagogy in design education“. Inside-Out Conference, Melbourne, 22-24 April, 2005. Published in IDEA Journal 2005.Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. ISSN 1445/5412. Appeared in 2006.
- Harvey, L and Moloney, J.“Visualization and ’Auralization’ of Architectural Design in a Game Engine Based Collaborative Virtual Environment“. Proceedings of the Information Visualisation, Eighth International Conference on Information Visualization (IV'04), 2004. pp 827-832. ISBN 0-7695-2177-0.
- Harvey, L and Moloney, J. “Resounding Cities: Acoustic Ecology and Games Technology“. Environmental Justice and Global Citizenship Conference, Copenhagen. February, 2004. Accessed April 29, 2005. ISBN: 1-904710-13-1.
- Burry, Harvey, Moloney, More. “Implementing Nonlinear Sound Strategies within Spatial Design:Learning sound and spatial design within a collaborative virtual environment.“ Melbourne Digital Art and Culture Conference, 2003.
- Burry, Harvey and More. “Understanding Spatial Information with Integrated 3D Visual and Aural Design Applications“– ACADIA Conference, Oct 2002. California State Polytechnic University. Proceedings of the 2002 Annual Conference of the Association for Computer Aided Design In Architecture / (California) 24-27 October 2002, pp. 333-338. ISBN 1-880250-11-X.
- Hannam, J and Ha, W. “Poetics“, Atmosphere Symposium, Winnipeg Dec 2008.
Conference presentations – refereed
- Harvey, L. and Folwer, M. Teimu: Garden of Dream: toward an advanced method for soundscape analysis. World Forum for Acoustic Ecology Conference, Hirosaki University International Music Centre, Hirosaki, Japan 2-6 November, 2006.
- Harvey, L and Tengono, Y. “CitySounds, an immersive survey investigating diverse aural experiences“. Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA) Conference, Vancouver 27 April-1 May, 2005. Refereed abstract and paper presentation.
- Missingham, Greg and Alex Selenitsch. “Japanese Crows don’t speak Eucalypt,“ in Proceedings of ConnectED 2007 International Conference on Design Education. University of New South Wales, July 9-12, 2007.
- Fowler, M., Harvey, L. and Murray, N. (2006): Ephemeral envelopment: the electroacoustic music Studio in a school of spatial studies. Architecture|Music|Acoustics Conference at Ryerson University, Canada, June 006 (CD ROM).
- Fowler, M and Harvey, L. (2006): Teimu (the garden of dreams): aural and aesthetic attributes of Japanese gardens as models for spatial environments. The West meets the East in Acoustic Ecology, Hirosaki University, Japan, November 2006, 147-165.
- Fowler, Michael. (2007). Revealing the Unheard: re-contextualising the aurality of a Japanese garden. Paper presentation at Art of the Immersive Soundscape II, University of Regina, Canada, June 20-22, 2007.
- CitySounds – Community Sound survey. For the City of Melbourne Noise Unit, 2006. Available from SIAL Sound Studio.
Journal articles and conference reports: non-refereed
- Harvey, L. “Auditory Spatial Design and Culture“, Music Forum Vol.13 No.2, February-April 2007, pages 45-48. ISSN 1327-9300.
- Harvey, L. Studio Report for SIAL Studios, RMIT University. ACMC05 Generate and Test: Proceedings of the Australasian Computer Music Conference 2005.
- Harvey, L. “Acoustic Ecology – RMIT University,“ Soundscape. The Journal of Acoustic Ecology Vol 4, No. 2 (2003): 42-43.
- Harvey, L. “Toward an Acoustic Design Repertoire….?“ Earshot, Journal of the UK & Ireland Soundscape Community, 2003.
- Fowler, Michael (2008): Finding Cage at Ryoan-ji through a re-modelling of Variations II. Perspectives of New Music 47/1.
- Fowler, Michael. (2008): Shin-Ryoanji: a digital garden. Soundscape: The Journal of Acoustic Ecology Vol. 8/1, 33-36.
- Fowler, Michael (2008): Three views of Sesshutei. The OPEN SPACE (accepted for publication 08.08).
- Fowler, Michael (2006): Textscape-Landscape. The OPEN SPACE Issue 7, 273-76.