"The effect of new media on the computerization of cultural practices has moved to a new level and has become more open, common, and prevailing as we deal with new forms of artistic creation and design processes in supporting higher education. Massive changes have occurred in the way frameworks for new media studies have been constructed, and they have had a significant effect on higher education in which sound studies are taught. In the past, sound has not received much attention in new media research and studies. Instead, the emphasis has been on visual processing and representations.
Today, imagining an auditory paradigm that targets new modes of reflection in sound domain activities—activities that result in new forms of interactions in cultural, aesthetic, urban, and media contexts—is easy. Computational tools and new media play an increasing role in this process..."