Soundwalk 4/8/2019

What is a Soundwalk?
Dr. Antonella Radicchi, creator of Hush City says …
“According to the ISO norms on soundscape, it’s a walk in an area with a focus on listening to the acoustic environment.”

April 8, 1:00-2:00 PM

New York City –Washington Square Park

Meeting Point:
Founders Memorial in the NYU Native WoodlandOn the east face of the NYU Elmer Holmes Bobst Library New York, NY 10012


The Soundwalk guides:
Dr. Antonella Radicchi, TU Berlin, HEAD-Genuit Foundation Fellow & Hush City app inventor
Prof. Tae Hong Park, New York University & Chief Architect of Citygram
Dr. Arline Bronzaft, GrowNYC

How to be a Soundwalker using the Hush City app for INAD:

  • Download Hush City, available on iTunes store and Google Play store
  • Go on a walk in search of quiet spots
  • Stop at different locations and make measurements following the Hush City app instructions.
  • Record the sound for the spot where you are
  • Take a picture of the spot where you recorded the sound
  • Answer the questionnaire about each spot
  • At the end of the walk, take a moment to review the Hush City Map.

A Pocket Guide to Soundwalking by Antonella Radicchi.

For inquiries and directions, email or contact Prof. Tae Hong Park at 212-998-5730.

This soundwalk is supported by the Acoustical Society of America (ASA): read here on ASA terrific activities for the celebration of the International Noise Awareness Day!