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Soundscape in the Danish Luftwaffe headquarters in Skanderborg

An interactive soundscape in Museum Skanderborg, open July 2-12, 2020.

2020.07.02 | Malthe Stavning Erslev

2-12 of July, visitors can experience and interact with sounds creating a dynamic soundscape of sounds from Second World War. CAVI has designed the system and created the scenarios in close collaboration with Museum Skanderborg. Through a design proces focusing on sound, we have identified, developed and produced the sounds of authenticity that fills the bunkers radioroom with scenarios of the time where the bunker was still in use. 


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