Joel Chadabe: Electric Sound: The Past and Promise of. Electronic Music. , pages, US $33, Prentice-. Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey. Electric sound: the past and promise of electronic music / Joel Chadabe. Inputs and Controls; Making Sound; Ideas emerge for an interactive instrument. Joel Chadabe, Electric Sound: The Past and Promise of. Electronic Music (New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, ), pp. ISBN 0 13 0; and Paul Theberge.
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Electric Sound takes on a pretty big task: We also get to see more about the way that different organizations – universities, research institutes and companies – work together to bring computers, synthesizers and composers to bear on the improbable concept of music made in the absence of acoustic instrumentation. Learn about our user conference Expo ’74 Coming in April It’s been around 12 years since I read this and I still think about it today.
Electric Sound: The Past and Promise of Electronic Music by Joel Chadabe
Contact Contact Us Help. With a truly global perspective, this vivid and rlectric narrative provides a comprehensive overview of the history of electronic music.
Published April 24, Kurt Geisel rated it really liked it Jul 29, These 21 locations in All: University of Technology Sydney. Central to these works is the sound of the sh6-a Japanese instrument with a tone similar to an accordion, played here in a spacious, lulling elwctric. Public Private login e.
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Electric Sound : The Past and Promise of Electronic Music
With a truly global perspective, this vivid and readable narrative provides a comprehensive overview of the history of electronic music. Based on more than interviews with leaders in the field, this book allows readers to understand how and why the musicians, engineers and businessmen did what they did to develop the modern synthesizer to its current state. Based With a truly global perspective, this vivid and readable narrative provides a comprehensive overview of the history of electronic music.
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Sitting in my urban flat, surrounded by the tumult of civilization, I sounnd concerned that the peacefulness of this music might be shattered by my surroundings ; fortunately, I was wrong. Check copyright status Cite this Title Electric sound: David Matthew rated it really liked it Jul 15, Stephen McCaul rated it really liked it Nov 17, The author draws upon his combined experience as composer, performer, researcher, entrepreneur, and teacher to provide insight into every aspect of electronic music, including the music itself, the instruments, and the business.
Electric Sound: The Past and Promise of Electronic Music
And again, the interaction between the people, their work and the many people that assisted them all prove the social nature of this potentially monastic pursuit. Even ones that didn’t use electronics in their compositions. The pieces incorporate themes of nature and of the cycles of change, relying for their richness on the improvisational interplay of the musicians.
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