Musical Spaces: Place Performance and Power Musical Spaces: Place Performance and Power
Soft / Music Magazines 12-10-2021
There is growing recognition and understanding of music’s fundamentally spatial natures, with significances of space found both in the immediacy of musical practices and in connection to broader identities and ideas around music.

Whereas previous publications have looked at connections between music and space through singular lenses (such as how they are linked to ethnic identities or how musical images of a city are constructed), this book sets out to explore intersections between multiple scales and kinds of musical spaces.

Avid Media Composer | First: Fundamentals of Video Editing Avid Media Composer | First: Fundamentals of Video Editing
Soft / Music Magazines 11-10-2021
Avid Media Composer | First: Fundamentals of Video Editing introduces users to the power of Media Composer software and marks the first steps toward developing core skills in video editing. The book covers the basic principles you’ll need to complete a Media Composer | First project, from initial setup to final output, and it is designed for those who are new to professional video editing and also for experienced editors who are unfamiliar with Media Composer software.

Guitar Theory For Dummies with Online Practice 2nd Edition Guitar Theory For Dummies with Online Practice 2nd Edition
Soft / Music Magazines 11-10-2021
Make your guitar sing with insight on music theory brings your instrument to life
There’s a universe of incredible music living in your guitar. You just need to discover how to let it out. In Guitar Theory For Dummies, expert guitarist and instructor Desi Serna walks you through the music theory concepts you need to understand to expand your musical horizons. From deciphering the mysteries of the fretboard to adapting chord progressions to a song’s key, you’ll master techniques that will help you move past simple, three-chord songs to more complex and creative pieces.
Sound and Recording: Applications and Theory 8th Edition Sound and Recording: Applications and Theory 8th Edition
Soft / Music Magazines 10-10-2021
Providing vital reading for audio students and trainee engineers, Sound and Recording is the essential guide for anyone who wants a solid grounding in both theory and industry practices in audio, sound, and recording. This updated and comprehensively restructured edition includes new content on DAW configuration, effects processing, 3D/immersive audio systems, object-based audio, and VR audio technology.

This bestselling book introduces you to the principles of sound, perception, audio technology, and systems. Sound and Recording is the ideal audio engineering text for students, an accessible reference for professionals, and a comprehensive introduction for hobbyists.

The Contemporary Literature-Music Relationship: Intermedia Voice Technology Cross-Cultural Exchange The Contemporary Literature-Music Relationship: Intermedia Voice Technology Cross-Cultural Exchange
Soft / Music Magazines 10-10-2021
This book explores the relationship between words and music in contemporary texts, examining, in particular, the way that new technologies are changing the literature-music relationship. It brings an eclectic and novel range of interdisciplinary theories to the area of musico-literary studies, drawing from the fields of semiotics, disability studies, musicology, psychoanalysis, music psychology, emotion and affect theory, new media, cosmopolitanism, globalization, ethnicity and biraciality. Chapters range from critical analyses of the representation of music and the musical profession in contemporary novels to examination of the forms and cultural meanings of contemporary intermedia and multimedia works.

Music and Instruments of the Middle Ages : Essays in Honour of Christopher Page Music and Instruments of the Middle Ages : Essays in Honour of Christopher Page
Soft / Music Magazines 10-10-2021
Christopher Page is one of the most influential and distinguished scholars and performers of medieval music. His first book, Voices and Instruments of the Middle Ages (1987), marked the beginning of what might be called the 'Page turn' in the study and performance of medieval music. His many subsequent publications, radio broadcasting (notably the series Spirit of the Age) and performances and recordings with his ensemble Gothic Voices changed the perception of and thinking about music from before about 1400 and forged new ways of communicating its essence to scholars as well as its subtle beauty to wider audiences.

MUSIC and CAPITALISM: Melody Harmony and Rhythm in the Modern World MUSIC and CAPITALISM: Melody Harmony and Rhythm in the Modern World
Soft / Music Magazines 9-10-2021
This book argues that the need for music, and the ability to produce and enjoy it is an essential element in human nature. Every society in history has produced some characteristic style of music. Music, like the other arts, tells us truths about the world through its impact on our emotional life. There is a structural correspondence between society and music.

Computer Music - November 2021 Computer Music - November 2021
Soft / Music Magazines 8-10-2021
A Computer Music magazine subscription is the complete guide to making music with a computer. There are millions of potential musicians out there and this magazine will help them get the right software and hardware and show them how to use it. Technology is now at a stage where computer users can complete virtually every musical task in the computer domain. Computer Music magazine subscription enables computer owners to develop their musical interest and expertise.

How to Build Guitar Chops: Technique Exercises for the Intermediate to Advanced Guitarist How to Build Guitar Chops: Technique Exercises for the Intermediate to Advanced Guitarist
Soft / Music Magazines 8-10-2021
If there's one thing that practically all guitarists have experienced at one time or another, it's the disappointment that comes from not being able to play something. This is nothing new, of course, and there's only one way through it practice, practice, practice! The only problem is that sometimes it's difficult to know exactly what to practice. That's where this book comes in. Written with the real-world player in mind, How to Build Guitar Chops seeks to prove that technique can actually be fun and musical!

American Lit Remixed: Music in Twenty-First-Century American Literature American Lit Remixed: Music in Twenty-First-Century American Literature
Soft / Music Magazines 8-10-2021
American Lit Remixed identifies a new sound in literature emerging after the digital revolution. It reads works by Jennifer Egan, Sherman Alexie, and others through the lenses of remix theory -- the term Eduardo Navas coined to describe the remix as a form of artistic and cultural discourse -- and the music industry’s preoccupations with nostalgia and authenticity, arguing that digital-age fiction, poetry, and drama remix the music and technology of the past to offer new modes of connecting to self, others, and place.

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