In conversation with Margareta Andersson Section Manager at Efterklang.
My guest today is Margareta Andersson, a passionate woman that thrives on challenges, creativity, and positivity. Just like me, she has a true entrepreneurial spirit and loves everything with sound. It was her passion for sound that landed her in the Sound Architecture industry. Margareta is now the Section Manager at Efterklang, a Scandinavian company with dedicated experts in engineering, architecture, music, and academia. In this episode, Margareta and I discuss the ins and outs of Sound architecture.
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#1 From advertising to Sound Architecture - the Entrepreneurial Journey of Margareta Andersson.
#2 Lexter - the Early Pioneers in Shaping Sound Design and Sound Technology in Public Spaces in Sweden.
#3 The Important Role of a Sound Architect.
#4 How Modern Co-Working Spaces are being Designed to Maximum the Sound Experience to Increase Productivity.
#5 How Sound Masking is Utilized to Minimize Private Conversations and Sensitive Information in Bank Offices.
#6 How the Shopping Mall Mood Stockholm became Europe's largest Sound Design Concept with 22 Sound Zones and a 100 Unique Sound Productions.
#7 “The Impossible Run” - the Life-Changing Sound Project.
#8 Lexter - the Early Pioneers Developing the Digital Sound Design System TWANG.
#9 Spot on Sound Design is Early Intertwined with the Visual and Acoustic.
#10 It is Time for Brands to Allocate a Budget for Creating a Holistic Sound Experience.