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Department
Music
Course
MUSI 1002
Professor
Alyssa Woods
Semester
Fall

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MUSI 1002 A Oct 2 2013 Technology ­Production ­Consumption ­How does technology affect the ways in which music is created and delivered to  an audience? ­“The history of music is, in part, one of a shift from oral performance to  notation, then to music being recorded and stored, and disseminated using  various mediums of sound transmissions” –Shuker Sound Production ­Positive/negative aspects of/reactions to technological advancements in sound recording ­Pianoforte replacing the harpsichord ­19  century brass band instruments ­Microphone (1920s) ­Electric guitar (50s) ­Moog synth (60s­80s) ­MIDI (Musical Instrumental Digital Interface, 80s) ­New recording technologies have opened up creative possibilities that have led to new  genres Sound Formats ­Music as a ‘thing’ (a commodity) Sound Reproduction and Dissemination ­Developments in sounds systems correspond to how, when, and where we listen to  music ­Recordings­vinyl­tape­walkman­CD­discman­ mp3­iPod Intro to Electronic Dance Music (EDM) ­Rise of 90s electronic dance music begins with the fall of disco (not for long muaha) ­Crowds of people looked for new way of making old music sound fresh ­Importing European disco for example ­NYC’s Paradise Garage ­DJs developed a number of techniques to create new music ­Have two copies of the same records to loop ­To switch from part to part without a change in tempo ­The ‘DJ’ became central to the dance­music experience ­Larry Levan @ Paradise Garage ­Worked lights with music, now common practice ­As disco faded, Levan found his own style of reworking and combining  records and music styles ­Frankie Knuckles ­Developed the ‘House’ style of remixing at Chicago’s Warehouse club ­Knuckles used Levan’s techniques i
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