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MUSI 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Are You Experienced, Heterosexuality, Candlestick Park
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Lecture 12 Jimi Hendrix November 27, 1942- September 18, 1970 The Jimi Hendrix Experience Are You Experienced- 1967 Axis: Bold as Love- 1967 Electric Ladyland- 1968 Braudy: Fame is made up of four elements: A person and an...

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MUSI 1002
David Schroeder
MUSI 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Parents Music Resource Center, Judith Butler, Moshing
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find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 9: November 14, 2018 Longhurst Chapter 6 It is only relatively recently that popular music performance has come under sustained...

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MUSI 1002
David Schroeder
MUSI 1002 Lecture 2: Lecture 2
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Defining Popular Music Lecture 1 Issues in Popular Music Wednesday, September 12, 2018 Popular Music: refers to ways of making and consuming music. The economic and technological practices associated with these processes. ...

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MUSI 1002
John Higney
MUSI 1002 Lecture 2: Prelab2 (2)

Lab 2 Omar Raza Khan 100956144 Prelab SYSC3006 Question 1: Why a binary digit can be represented in Signed and Unsigned integer value? Answer: Because an integer can be represented as a negative value and positive value. W...

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MUSI 1002
Ramy Gohary
MUSI 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Arithmetic Shift, Bitwise Operation, Combinational Logic

PRELAB: Q1 As in a computer language there is no sign which goes with the number itself, but instead it stores the information in bits with values zero or one. The unsigned integer with n bits in a computer can have a va...

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MUSI 1002
Ramy Gohary
MUSI 1002 Lecture 4: music 1002
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MUSI 1002
David Schroeder
MUSI 1002 Lecture 3: music 1002
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MUSI 1002
David Schroeder
MUSI 1002 Lecture 2: Music 1002
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MUSI 1002
David Schroeder
MUSI 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Bebop, Neville Marcano, Afrocentrism
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MUSI 1002 Issues In Popular Music May 31, 2018 (previous lecture) Madonna: Pop, Rock, and Authenticity: Seen as coming from the pop tradition (hence, manufactured/uncritical/inauthentic) Frequently pre...

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MUSI 1002
John Higney
MUSI 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Pop Art, Homosociality, Masculinity
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MUSI 1002 Issues in Popular Music May 17 , 2018 (from previous lecture) Musicianship, creativity, and authenticity in the 2000s - Digital technologies changed the concept of musicianship o Before dig...

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MUSI 1002
John Higney
MUSI 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Prior Restraint, List Of Greyhawk Deities, Heterosexuality
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MUSI 1002 Issues in Popular Music May 29 , 2018 (Previous lecture) 1970s Nature of rock and roll changes, becomes incredibly corporate Many bands emerge as a way of rebellion against the corporate Pub ...

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MUSI 1002
John Higney
MUSI 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Technological Change, Spotify, Russell Simmons
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MUSI 1002 Issues ithPopular Music May 15 , 2018 (Previous lecture) Music 2.0 Three basic features of Music 2.0 (Wikstrom) 1. Connectivity vs control o Better flow of music and ideas o Aud...

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MUSI 1002
John Higney
MUSI 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Max Horkheimer, Justin Bieber, Theodor W. Adorno
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MUSI 1002 Issues in Popular Music May 8 , 2018 Introduction: What Is Popular Music Popular Music - Platform to represent a culture, cross generation - Frans Bierrers definition: o Normative (what...

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MUSI 1002
John Higney
MUSI 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Product Placement, Web 2.0, Iheartradio
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MUSI 1002 Issues in Popular Music May 10 , 2018 (continued from previous lecture) Key concepts from Adornos On Popular Music - Production, textual form, and audiences are standardized, mirrors overall system of ...

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MUSI 1002
John Higney
MUSI 1002 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Acetate Disc, Proto-Punk, Gary Glitter
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MUSI 1002 Issues in Popular Music May 22 , 2018 History of Rock Rock 'n Roll - Starts as subcultural practice, in the American south (Memphis, New Orleans, Texas, California) - Regional practice, spread to...

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MUSI 1002
John Higney

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