[Balado] Pick up the headlines | Sound, a blind spot in town planning?

Whether it is perceived as harmful noise or as an inseparable component of urban identity, sound is an integral part of the daily life of Montrealers, sometimes in a subtle way, sometimes in a deafening way. However, a marked discrepancy between the landscape and the sounds of the metropolis exasperates acousticians, who dream of a better thought-out integration into the public space. Should the sound component be taken into account more when the time comes to think about the development of cities?

Guest: Anne-Marie Provost, journalist

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Meeker Warrior, animator
Anne-Marie Provost, journalist
Xavier Kronström Richard and Félix Deschênes, directors
Marie-Ève ​​Brassard, researcher
Alexis Elina, original musical composition

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