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|The Vancouver Soundscape 1973||76:00|
|1.1||–No Artist||Ocean Sounds||6:16|
|1.2||–No Artist||Squamish Narrative||5:56|
|1.3||–No Artist||Entrance To The Harbour||7:19|
|1.4||–No Artist||Harbour Ambience||6:38|
|1.5||–No Artist||The Music Of Horns And Whistles||3:20|
|1.6||–No Artist||Vancouver Soundmarks||3:58|
|1.7||–No Artist||Homo Ludens - Vancouverites At Play||5:15|
|1.8||–No Artist||The Music Of Various City Quarters
Remix – Barry Truax
|1.9||–Hildegard Westerkamp||New Year's Eve In Vancouver Harbour||8:32|
|1.10||–No Artist||On Acoustic Design
Narrator – R. Murray Schafer
|Soundscape Vancouver 1996||76:59|
|2.1||–No Artist||Harbour Ambience||4:11|
|2.2||–Darren Copeland||Recharting The Senses||8:03|
|2.3||–Sabine Breitsameter||The Hidden Tune||14:27|
|2.4||–Hans Ulrich Werner||Vanscape Motion||17:07|
|2.5||–Barry Truax||Pacific Fanfare||3:07|
|Vancouver Soundscape Revisited|
|2.15||–No Artist||Documentary: The Changing Soundscape
Narrator – Barry Truax, Hildegard Westerkamp
- Design – Jaclynne Campbell
- Directed By, Edited By – R. Murray Schafer (tracks: 1.1 to 1.10)
- Liner Notes [Introduction, Text Editing] – Barry Truax, Hildegard Westerkamp
- Recorded By – Colin Miles (tracks: 1.1 to 1.8), Hildegard Westerkamp (tracks: 1.9), Howard Broomfield (tracks: 1.1 to 1.8), Peter Huse (tracks: 1.1 to 1.8)
- Recorded By [Digital Recording] – Robert MacNevin (tracks: 2.1 to 2.15), Scott Morgan (2) (tracks: 2.1 to 2.15)
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Bruce Davis (2) (tracks: 1.1 to 1.8)
- Technician [Studio Assistance] – Chris Rolfe (tracks: 2.1 to 2.15), David Murphy (tracks: 2.1 to 2.15), Susan Frykberg (tracks: 2.1 to 2.15)
Track 1.10 is "An introduction to the science and art of composing the soundscape, narrated by R. Murray Schafer, with recorded examples of good and bad acoustic design in Vancouver."
All four compositions on disc 2 (tracks 2.2, 2.3, 2.4 and 2.6) were composed during the Soundscape Vancouver '96 project at the Sonic Research Studio of Simon Fraser University from May 6 to June 5, 1996. A final concert (June 7, 1996) presented these works to the public. An 8-channel computerized diffusion system, developed by Barry Truax at Simon Fraser University using hardware and software developed by the Harmonic Functions group, transformed the conventional concert hall environment into an electroacoustically enhanced place for soundscape listening.
Digital recordings of the Vancouver soundscape (1991 - 1995): Robert MacNevin and Scott Morgan. Studio assistance to composers: Susan Frykberg, David Murphy and Chris Rolfe. Graphic design: Jaclynne Campbell, Instructional Media Centre, Simon Fraser University. Introduction and text editing by Hildegard Westerkamp and Barry Truax.
Track 2.15 is "A comparison of the 1973 and 1996 soundscapes of Vancouver, narrated by Barry Truax and Hildegard Westerkamp."
Packaged in slim double disc case, with two separate booklets, one per disc.