Deep Listening is less of a...

Deep Listening is less of a thing you do than a way to do all kinds of things— perform, meditate, communicate, compose, or just be in the world. It’s hard to summarize but easy to grasp: a set of broadly accessible philosophies and practices for heightening your awareness of total sound. It’s useful for anyone who wants to develop a musical practice or unlearn conventional sonic hierarchies.
Pauline Oliveros: Reverberations: Tape & Electronic Music 1961-1970 | Album Reviews | Pitchfork

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