Any Sound You Can Imagine: Making Music/Consuming Technology (Music/Culture). Paul Theberge

Any Sound You Can Imagine: Making Music/Consuming Technology (Music/Culture)

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Any Sound You Can Imagine: Making Music/Consuming Technology (Music/Culture) Paul Theberge
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Instruments had to be handmade, guitars made from bamboo with stolen copper wire strings and drums made from cut down trees with calf skin heads, there wasn't a Guitar Center that you could obtain your tools of expression with. This instrument is given a very bright focus and shows the type of sounds Bob was absorbing at the time, something the film achieves with the usage of archived clips and music from that era that Bob had nothing to do with creating. But the rise of multi-user music communities can be . For all our stockpiling proclivities and the convenience of accessing all the music you ever wanted without ever owning it, this constitutes an affront to our ability to appropriate and singularise digital music. Muzak is a commodity that, by being consumed, encourages you to buy other commodities; neatly illustrating the old situationist slogan "culture - the commodity that sells all the others". The Napster revolution had come and gone, forever changing how we consume music, but the recording industry was doing everything it could to resist progress. For your better-educated vandal, atonal music has been found to do the trick: the union bar at Leicester University was emptied in an instant by some computergenerated sounds. The rise in popularity of web-based music communities could well be seen as facilitated by, and situated within, the same technological framework as that of the Itunes or Amazon approach. I applaud your courage in admitting you do not pay for music, and that you do not want to but you are grappling with the moral implications. I'd argue that the biggest problem the modern music industry has is its past. Tags:Any Sound You Can Imagine: Making Music/Consuming Technology (Music/Culture), tutorials, pdf, djvu, chm, epub, ebook, book, torrent, downloads, rapidshare, filesonic, hotfile, fileserve. In contrast, the Internet is running riot in almost every other medium, as it satisfies the long-latent desire of our culture to instantly create, share, and comment on every kind of creative work at little or no cost. Hear, Here: Location-Based Music Commodities. I don't disagree with anything in this article, I just personally find it hard to envision a digital world/digital music culture with the same sort of money flow as the previous decades. Paul Resnikoff Tuesday, April 30, 2013. And, with little possibility of gaining a deal with one of the old majors, and without taste-shaping media such as national music magazines any more, musicians find it hard to make their work heard or valued.” (Marshall and Frith, 2004: p 210). And apparently "Technology - the knack of so arranging the world that we don't have to experience it. The constant, pressing, depressing comparison to what used to exist.

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