Producing music

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London : Routledge,, United Kingdom, p.1 online resource : (2019)

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Computer music., Production and direction., Recording and reproducing, Sound, Sound recordings


Previously issued in print: 2018.<P><I>Contributor Biographies</I></P><P>1 Introduction - Russ Hepworth-Sawyer, Jay Hodgson, and Mark Marrington</P><P><STRONG>PART 1- Music Production and Genre</STRONG></P><P>2 Socio-Technical Networks and Music Production Competencies: Towards an Actor Network Theory of Hip Hop Beat-Making - Matt Shelvock</P><P><STRONG>3 </STRONG><EM>Boom Bap</EM> Ex Machina: Hip-Hop Aesthetics and the Akai APC - Michail Exarchos (A.K.A. Stereo Mike)</P><P><STRONG>4 </STRONG>The DAW, Electronic Music Aesthetics, and Genre Transgression in Music Production: The Case of Heavy Metal Music - Mark Marrington</P><P><STRONG>5 </STRONG>Antonio Carlos Jobim: the Author as Producer - Marcio Pinho and Rodrigo Vicente</P><P><STRONG>6 </STRONG>Compost Listening: Vaporwave and the Dissection of Record Production - Josh Ottum</P><P><STRONG>7 </STRONG>Classical Production: Situating Historically Informed Performances in Small Rooms - Robert Toft</P><P></P><P></P><P><STRONG>PART 2- Music Production and Technology</STRONG></P><P><STRONG>8 </STRONG>The Politics of Digitizing Analogue Recording Technologies - Pat O'Grady</P><P><STRONG>9 </STRONG>Producing Music for Immersive Audio Experiences -Rob Lawrence</P><P><STRONG>10 </STRONG>Producing 3-D Audio - Justin Paterson and Gareth Llewellyn</P><P><STRONG>11 </STRONG>Popular Music Production in Laptop Studios: Creative Workflows as Problem-Solving Within Ableton Live - Thomas Brett</P><P><STRONG>12 </STRONG>Real-Time, Remote, Interactive Recording Sessions: Music Production Without Boundaries -Zack Moir, Paul Ferguson, and Gareth Dylan Smith</P><P><STRONG>13 </STRONG>Tracking with Processing and Coloring as You Go- Austin Moore</P><P></P><P></P><B><P>PART 3- Concepts of Production</P><P></B></P><B><P>14</B> Working with Sound in the DAW: Towards a New Materiality of the Audio-Object - Stace Constantinou</P><P><STRONG>15 </STRONG>Coproduction: Towards a Typology of Collaborative Practice in Music Production - Robert Wilsmore</P><P><STRONG>16 </STRONG>Narrative and the Art of Record Production - Alexander C. Harden</P><P><B>PART 4 - The Context of Production</P><P></B><STRONG>17 </STRONG>"Clever" Tools and Social Technologies: To What Extent Does Wider Access to Technology Necessitate a Step Change in Approaches to Teaching Music Production? - Alex Baxter</P><P><STRONG>18 </STRONG>Contemporary Production Success: A Roundtable Discussion With Mid-Career Music Production Professionals - Russ Hepworth-Sawyer</P><P><STRONG>19 </STRONG>Conversations With Women in Music Production - Kallie Marie</P><P></P><P></P><P></P><I><P>Index</I></P><P></P><P> </P>Description based on CIP data; resource not viewed.