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In response to the reading in Background Noise, LaBelle really demonstrates the degree to which sound art is becoming a definite and more defined art form. The reading gives a pretty comprehensive overview and a general history of what sound art exhibits. The relationship between sound art and the emergent audio technologies appears to be increasingly dynamic, as well as, the way in which sound art functions spatially through reproduction and disseminated of media, and in relation to the intensities of communication and its context. I find it interesting to see how this style of art continues to find new contexts and the way in which it can be manipulated as it continues to grow.