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Music and Technoculture (Music/Culture)

Music and Technoculture (Music/Culture)

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Published by Tandem Library .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Popular Culture - General,
  • Techno,
  • Music,
  • Music/Songbooks

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsAndrew Ross (Afterword), Leslie C. Gay (Editor), Rene T. A. Lysloff (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9332508M
    ISBN 100613912500
    ISBN 109780613912501

    Marc Perlman is the author of Unplayed Melodies ( avg rating, 6 ratings, 1 review, published ), Youth Rebellion Movies ( avg rating, 1 rating /5(2). Music and Technoculture. René T. A. Lysloff — in Music. Author: René T. A. Lysloff Explores the rich relationship between technology, music and culture. Technical Social and Legal Issues in Virtual Communities Emerging Environments Readers will find that this book encompasses an overall body of knowledge regarding.

    Vesna Mikić: Muzika u tehnokulturi (Music in Technoculture) The horizontal axis of the music coordinate system is constituted by connecting the dots that at the same time establish an intertextual link to the first chapter, thereby ensuring that the entire book is rounded off on the level of macro-form. In the s, electronic music began to have a significant influence on popular music, with the adoption of polyphonic synthesizers, electronic drums, drum machines and turntables, through the emergence of genres such as disco, krautrock, new wave, synth-pop, hip hop and the s, electronic music became more dominant in popular music, with a greater reliance on synthesizers and the.

    The notion of technoculture is then developed to capture the way in which a specific concept of corporate culture becomes operationally expressed by reporting and other managerial systems. The chapter shows how technology and culture are entangled in this airline in three specific ways: the hard-wiring of cultural values of safety into systems. Features ISBN Ludic Dreaming (How to Listen Away from Contemporary Technoculture). Book cover type: Paperback, Language version: English, Number of pages: pages. Width: mm, Height: mm. Minimum order quantity: 1 pc(s).


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Inspired by the concept of "technoculture," the authors locate technology squarely in the middle of expressive culture: they are concerned with how technology culturally informs and infuses aspects. ―Simon Frith, author of Performing Rites: On the Value of Popular Music "After Music and Technoculture, scholars will have no excuse to treat music technology as neutral or impartial or as anything less than a powerful transformation of consciousness, musical meaning, and : $   Inspired by the concept of "technoculture," the authors locate technology squarely in the middle of expressive culture: they are concerned with how technology cu Moving from web to field, from Victorian parlor to 21st-century mall, the 15 essays gathered here yield new insights regarding the intersection of local culture, musical creativity and technological possibilities/5.

Inspired by the concept of "technoculture," the authors locate technology squarely in the middle of expressive culture: they are concerned with how technology culturally informs and infuses aspects of everyday life and musical experience, and they argue that this merger does not necessarily result in a "cultural grayout," but instead often produces exciting new possibilities.

Moving from web to field, from Victorian parlor to 21st-century mall, the 15 essays gathered here yield new insights regarding the intersection of local culture, musical creativity and technological possibilities.

Inspired by the concept of "technoculture," the authors locate Pages:   "This book sets out to make technology an issue for ethnomusicology, but its value lies in the variety of ethno approaches it brings to technology.

Detail, surprise, and the pleasure of scholarship--this is musicology of society at its best."--Simon Frith, author of Performing Rites: On the Value of Popular MusicAuthor: Andrew Ross, René T. Lysloff, Leslie C. Gay. Music and Technoculture Rene T. Lysloff, Jr. Leslie C. Gay, Andrew Ross Moving from web to field, from Victorian parlor to 21st-century mall, the 15 essays gathered here yield new insights regarding the intersection of local culture, musical creativity and technological possibilities.

Music and technoculture. Middletown Conn: Wesleyan University Press. MLA Citation. Lysloff, René T. and Gay, Leslie C. Music and technoculture / edited by René T.A. Lysloff and Leslie C. Gay, Jr. ; afterword by Andrew Ross Wesleyan University Press Middletown Conn.

In my book I try to explore some of these – machinima and other game videos, but also music, net art, media activism, and so forth. Because in a very abbreviated way one might say that the more the interface restricts our access to the storing, processing, and transmitting of information and entertainment, the more we want to get back into.

Music and Technoculture (Music Culture) - Kindle edition by Lysloff, René T. A., Leslie C. Gay, Jr., Ross, Andrew. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Music and Technoculture (Music Culture).Manufacturer: Wesleyan.

Title: Review of music and technoculture. [Review of the book Music and technoculture, R.T.A. Lysloff & L.C. Gay, ] Published in: Popular Music and Society, 29(1.

Popular Music and the Anthropocene - Volume 39 Issue 1 - François Ribac, Paul Harkins Materialist Energies in Art and Technoculture (Cambridge, Leonardo Books) Gabrys, The Book of Music and Nature (Middletown, CT, Wesleyan University Press) Schippers, H., and Grant, C.

(eds.). Music and Technoculture (Music Culture) published by Wesleyan University Press () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Music and Technoculture (Music Culture) published by Wesleyan University Press (). - Simon Frith, author of Performing Rites: On the Value of Popular Music.

"After Music and Technoculture, scholars will have no excuse to treat music technology as neutral or impartial or as anything less than a powerful transformation of consciousness, musical meaning, and value. This volume will shape research paradigms over the coming decades.".

More recently, Lysloff has co-edited (with Leslie Gay) a collection of articles titled Music and Technoculture (, Wesleyan University Press). He wrote an article on the ethnographic study of music communities on the Internet, titled “Music Life in Softcity: An Internet Ethnography.” published in the journal, Cultural Anthropology ().

Books shelved as technoculture: Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other by Sherry Turkle, The Master Switch: The Rise. “'Technoculture: The Key Concepts argues forcefully that contemporary culture, self, and identity are profoundly interwoven with technology: we are 'techno-bodies' inhabiting 'techno-spaces'.

The book combines rich empirical examples with an exciting range of social theory, encompassing the Frankfurt School, Debord, Baudrillard, and Haraway. We live in a world where science and technology shape the global economy and everyday culture, where new biotechnologies are changing what we eat and how we can reproduce, and where email, mobiles and the internet have revolutionised the ways we communicate with each other and engage with the world outside culture: The Key Concepts explores the power of scientific ideas, their.

Deborah Wong is the author of Speak It Louder ( avg rating, 6 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Louder and Faster ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 re /5(1). "Electronic Media and Technoculture" anchors contemporary discussion of the digital future within a critical tradition about the media arts, society, and culture.

The collection examines a range of phenomena, from boutique cyber-practices to the growing ubiquity of e-commerce and the internet. : Media Ecologies: Materialist Energies in Art and Technoculture (Leonardo) (): Fuller, Matthew: BooksReviews: 2.Genre/Form: Electronic books Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Music and technoculture (DLC) (OCoLC)-?Music and Technoculture #, #ad, #Technoculture, #books, #download, #Music #Ad.