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Capturing Sound: How Technology Has Changed Music

Capturing Sound: How Technology Has Changed Music . Mark Katz

Capturing Sound: How Technology Has Changed Music


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Capturing Sound: How Technology Has Changed Music Mark Katz
Publisher: University of California Press




Critiques of "hard" technological determinism as it relates to musical technologies have dominated the discussion (e.g. It would address the ways in which legal thought and practice have both attended to the question of sound, on the one hand, and neglected it, on the other. It would be interested too in the relationship between audition and the other senses: in how they interact and fail .. Mark Katz, a professor at the Peabody Conservatory of Music at The Johns Hopkins University, discussed his book, Capturing Sound: How. In this essay, I will discuss the effects of technology has changed the way in which music is defined and distributed. Taylor, 1993: 27; Théberge, 1997: 160; Katz, 2004), in favour of a softer approach in which the relationship is more of a negotiation. Capturing Sound: How Technology has Changed Music Author: Mark Katz ISBN: 0520261054. Capturing Sound: How Technology Has Changed Music, University of California Press: Los Angeles. [16] Sean Cubitt, Digital Aesthetics (1998), p 103. In his fascinating book Capturing Sound, How Technology has Changed Music author Mark Katz describes what he calls “Phonograph Effects”. [17] Mark Katz, Capturing Sound: How Technology Has Changed Music (2010), p 2.

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