In its broad reach, Studies in Sound aims to illuminate not only the diversity and complexity of our understanding and experience of sound but also the myriad ways in which sound is conceptualized and utilized in diverse domains. The series is edited by Mark Grimshaw-Aagaard, The Obel Professor of Music at Aalborg University, and is curated by members of the university's Music and Sound Knowledge Group (MaSK).
Editorial Board: Mark Grimshaw-Aagaard (series editor), Martin Knakkergaard, Mads Walther-Hansen, Kristine Ringsager
Editorial Committee: Michael Bull, Barry Truax, Trevor Cox, Karen Collins
Four books have been published so far (the first two written by MaSK members):
Justin Christensen: Sound and the Aesthetics of Play: A Musical Ontology of Constructed Emotions
Tom Garner: Echoes of Other Worlds: Sound in Virtual Reality, Past, Present and Future
Seán Street: Sound Poetics: Interaction and Personal Identity
Erik Steinskog: Afrofuturism and Black Sound Studies: Culture, Technology, and Things to Come
Six more books have had contracts issued, will be in print 2018-2019, and have topics as diverse as small sounds, warfare, onomatopoeia, bioacoustics, heritage, and reason.