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Wired for sound : engineering and technologies in sonic cultures / edited by Paul D. Greene and Thomas Porcello.

Greene, Paul D. (Added Author). Porcello, Thomas. (Added Author).

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  • ISBN: 0819565164 (cloth : alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 0819565172 (pbk. : alk. paper)
  • Physical Description: viii, 288 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Middletown, Conn. : Wesleyan University Press, 2005.

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction : Wired sound and sonic cultures / Paul D. Greene -- Reaching "overseas" : South African sound engineers, technology, and tradition / Louise Meintjes -- " The disc is not the avenue" : schismogenetic mimesis in samba recording / Frederick J. Moehn -- Nigel Pegrum, "didjeridu-friendly sections," and what constitutes an "indigenous" CD : an Australian case study of producing "world music" recordings / Karl Neuenfeldt -- Music mediated as live in Austin : sound, technology, and recording practice / Thomas Porcello -- Media as social action : native American musicians in the recording studio / Beverley Diamond -- Engineering techno-hybrid grooves in two Indonesian sound studios / Jeremy Wallach -- Short-circuiting perceptual systems : timbre in ambient and techno music / Cornelia Fales -- "Heaviness" in the perception of heavy metal guitar timbres : the match of perceptual and acoustic features over time / Harris M. Berger, Cornelia Fales -- Mixed messages : unsettled cosmopolitanisms in Nepali pop / Paul D. Greene -- The soundscape of the radio : engineering Modern songs and superculture in Nepal / Ingemar Grandin -- Music and the rise of radio in twenties America : technological imperialism, socialization, and the transformation of intimacy / Timothy D. Taylor.
Subject: World music > History and criticism.
Sound > Recording and reproducing
Ethnomusicology
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50500. ‡gIntroduction : ‡tWired sound and sonic cultures / ‡rPaul D. Greene -- ‡tReaching "overseas" : South African sound engineers, technology, and tradition / ‡rLouise Meintjes -- " ‡tThe disc is not the avenue" : schismogenetic mimesis in samba recording / ‡rFrederick J. Moehn -- ‡tNigel Pegrum, "didjeridu-friendly sections," and what constitutes an "indigenous" CD : an Australian case study of producing "world music" recordings / ‡rKarl Neuenfeldt -- ‡tMusic mediated as live in Austin : sound, technology, and recording practice / ‡rThomas Porcello -- ‡tMedia as social action : native American musicians in the recording studio / ‡rBeverley Diamond -- ‡tEngineering techno-hybrid grooves in two Indonesian sound studios / ‡rJeremy Wallach -- ‡tShort-circuiting perceptual systems : timbre in ambient and techno music / ‡rCornelia Fales -- ‡t"Heaviness" in the perception of heavy metal guitar timbres : the match of perceptual and acoustic features over time / ‡rHarris M. Berger, ‡rCornelia Fales -- ‡tMixed messages : unsettled cosmopolitanisms in Nepali pop / ‡rPaul D. Greene -- ‡tThe soundscape of the radio : engineering Modern songs and superculture in Nepal / ‡rIngemar Grandin -- ‡tMusic and the rise of radio in twenties America : technological imperialism, socialization, and the transformation of intimacy / ‡rTimothy D. Taylor.
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