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Sounds cannot be collected or understood. As soon as we want to put a limit on the sound, we remove it from its essence, which includes limitless uncertainty. The temporal limits of sound are qualitative and, besides the perceived sound itself, are related to the whole sound environment and the perceived world in a wider sense. It is partly woven arbitrarily, but with attention. This is also true for the spatial limits of sound, which has a certain (measurable) place within the sound field, but in terms of hearing, we are not always sure where the sound comes from, what the source is.