Material culture and electronic sound / edited by Frode Weium and Tim Boon

Medverkande: Weium, Frode | Boon, TimSeries: Artefacts series ; v. 8Utgivare: Washington, D.C. : Lanham, Md. : Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press ; Rowman & Littlefield, 2013Beskrivning: xvii, 293 sidor : illustrationer (vissa i färg) ; 27 cmInnehållstyp: text Mediatyp: unmediated Bärartyp: volumeISBN: 978-1-935623-10-6; 1-935623-10-9Ämne(n): Elektronisk musik | Elektroniska musikinstrument | Electronic music -- History and criticism | Electronic musical instruments -- History | Music and technology | Electronic music | Electronic musical instruments | Music and technology | Elektronische Musik | Elektronisches Musikinstrument | SchallaufzeichnungGenre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc. | HistoryDDK-klassifikation: 786.7 LC-klassifikation: ML1092 | .M37 2013
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Bellowphones and blowed strings : the auxeto-instruments of Horace Short and Chales Algernon Parsons / Aleksander Kolkowski and Alison Rabinovici -- Artifacts in performance / Katy Price -- Technology and authenticity : the reception of the Hammond organ in Norway / Frode Weium -- Mimics, menaces, or new musical horizons? Musicians' attitudes toward the first commercial drum machines and samplers / Sarah Angliss -- The magentic tape recorder : recording aesthetics in the new era of schizophonia / Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen -- Stockhausen meets King Tubby's : the transformation of the stepped filter into a musical instrument / Sean Williams -- The oramics machine and the origins of British electronic and computer music / Mick Grierson and Tim Boon -- Musical instruments and user interfaces in two centuries / Tellef Kvifte -- Austrian pioneers of electronic musical instruments / Peter Donhauser -- New and rediscovered musical instruments rediscovered / David Toop
Anmärkning bestånd: EMS : A1 Libris-ID: 19576569Summary: This eighth volume of the Artefacts series explores how material culture has affected music and sound. Technological innovations in music that were originally created to solve existing problems have ended up expanding the range of what can be done musically and changing the landscape of music. Boon and Weium present a collection of essays exploring technological innovations and their effects on musical culture. Contributors include composers, performers, musicologists, and scientists, providing diverse insights into the nature of music. With a foreword by renowned British producer Brian Eno, Material Culture and Electronic Sound examines what has happened because technology and music crossed paths [Publisher description from cover]
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Bellowphones and blowed strings : the auxeto-instruments of Horace Short and Chales Algernon Parsons / Aleksander Kolkowski and Alison Rabinovici -- Artifacts in performance / Katy Price -- Technology and authenticity : the reception of the Hammond organ in Norway / Frode Weium -- Mimics, menaces, or new musical horizons? Musicians' attitudes toward the first commercial drum machines and samplers / Sarah Angliss -- The magentic tape recorder : recording aesthetics in the new era of schizophonia / Ragnhild Brøvig-Hanssen -- Stockhausen meets King Tubby's : the transformation of the stepped filter into a musical instrument / Sean Williams -- The oramics machine and the origins of British electronic and computer music / Mick Grierson and Tim Boon -- Musical instruments and user interfaces in two centuries / Tellef Kvifte -- Austrian pioneers of electronic musical instruments / Peter Donhauser -- New and rediscovered musical instruments rediscovered / David Toop

This eighth volume of the Artefacts series explores how material culture has affected music and sound. Technological innovations in music that were originally created to solve existing problems have ended up expanding the range of what can be done musically and changing the landscape of music. Boon and Weium present a collection of essays exploring technological innovations and their effects on musical culture. Contributors include composers, performers, musicologists, and scientists, providing diverse insights into the nature of music. With a foreword by renowned British producer Brian Eno, Material Culture and Electronic Sound examines what has happened because technology and music crossed paths [Publisher description from cover]

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