The cultural concept of sound changes according to the history of music, sound and noise through the analysis of different cultural and historical perspectives. The definition of sound by communities and the way they dealt with it through cultural and social practices, and how it transformed over centuries. In addition to the impact of sound on space productions and changing societal means in music forms, the development of music aesthetics and the means of producing, consuming, reproducing, circulating it and its connection to music industries. Discussing the social norms and values especially local ones and their impact on the concept of precaution in daily lives, producing and consuming music, sound and noise.

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