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Copyrights Excess Money and Music in the US Recording Industry Copyrights Excess Money and Music in the US Recording Industry
Soft / Music Magazines 12-03-2018
For more than two hundred years, copyright in the United States has rested on a simple premise: more copyright will lead to more money for copyright owners, and more money will lead to more original works of authorship. In this important, illuminating book, Glynn Lunney tests that premise by tracking the rise and fall of the sound recording copyright from 1961–2015, along with the associated rise and fall in sales of recorded music.

Electronic Sound Issue 39 2018 PDF Electronic Sound Issue 39 2018 PDF
Soft / Music Magazines 12-03-2018
The new issue of Electronic Sound finds us in Berlin, yet again. This time round we’re taking a look at the past, present and future of a total Berlin institution – Tangerine Dream.
Future Music April 2018 PDF Future Music April 2018 PDF
Soft / Music Magazines 12-03-2018
There’s an often repeated cliche that mastering is a kind of ‘dark art’ – a deep and impenetrable science that is beyond the capabilities of mere mortals. However, given the amount of tutorials, courses and mass-market plugins out there, all designed to tackle the mastering process, this is clearly nonsense. 

That’s not to say that the process doesn’t require a fair amount of skill and expertise, but given the power of modern DAWs and plugins, these are now techniques that even the most cash-strapped producer can get to grips with at home. In this issue’s cover feature, we’ll introduce you to the tools, theory and essential skills you’ll need to get to grips with mastering in your DAW.

Shoji Makino Audio Source Separation Shoji Makino Audio Source Separation
Soft / Music Magazines 7-03-2018
This book provides the first comprehensive overview of the fascinating topic of audio source separation based on non-negative matrix factorization, deep neural networks, and sparse component analysis.

Thomas Christensen The Work of Music Theory Selected Essays Thomas Christensen The Work of Music Theory Selected Essays
Soft / Music Magazines 7-03-2018
This collection brings together an anthology of articles by Thomas Christensen, one of the leading historians of music theory active today. Published over the span of the past 25 years, the selected articles provide a historical conspectus about a range of vital topics in the history of music theory, focusing in particular upon writings from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. 
3 Kings Diddy Dr. Dre Jay-Z and Hip-Hops Multibillion-Dollar Rise by Zack O Malley Greenburg 3 Kings Diddy Dr. Dre Jay-Z and Hip-Hops Multibillion-Dollar Rise by Zack O Malley Greenburg
Soft / Music Magazines 6-03-2018
Tracing the careers of hip-hop's three most dynamic stars, this deeply reported history brilliantly examines the entrepreneurial genius of the first musician tycoons: Diddy, Dr. Dre, and Jay-Z

Being successful musicians was simply never enough for the three kings of hip-hop. Diddy, Dr. Dre, and Jay-Z lifted themselves from childhood adversity into tycoon territory, amassing levels of fame and wealth that not only outshone all other contemporary hip-hop artists, but with a combined net worth of well over $2 billion made them the three richest American musicians, period. Yet their fortunes have little to do with selling their own albums: between Diddy's Ciroc vodka, Dre's $3 billion sale of his Beats headphones to Apple, and Jay-Z's Tidal streaming service and other assets, these artists have transcended pop music fame to become lifestyle icons and moguls.
Memphis Rent Party The Blues Rock and Soul in Musics Hometown Memphis Rent Party The Blues Rock and Soul in Musics Hometown
Soft / Music Magazines 6-03-2018
Profiles and stories of Southern music from the acclaimed author of Respect Yourself: Stax Records and the Soul Explosion.

The fabled city of Memphis has been essential to American music–home of the blues, the birthplace of rock and roll, a soul music capital. We know the greatest hits, but celebrated author Robert Gordon takes us to the people and places history has yet to record. A Memphis native, he whiles away time in a crumbling duplex with blues legend Furry Lewis, stays up late with barrelhouse piano player Mose Vinson, and sips homemade whiskey at Junior Kimbrough's churning house parties. A passionate listener, he hears modern times deep in the grooves of old records by Lead Belly and Robert Johnson.
Saturday Night at the Movies The Extraordinary Partnerships Behind Cinemas Greatest Scores Saturday Night at the Movies The Extraordinary Partnerships Behind Cinemas Greatest Scores
Soft / Music Magazines 2-03-2018
Discover the remarkable stories behind some of the most popular film music of all time

From Jurassic Park to ­The Lord of the Rings, Vertigo to Titanic, a powerful score can make a movie truly extraordinary. The alchemy between composer and director creates pure cinematic magic, with songs and melodies that are instantly recognisable and eternally memorable. So what is their secret?

Beat Magazin - März 2018 Beat Magazin - März 2018
Soft / Music Magazines 1-03-2018
Ob mit Vierviertel-Bassdrum oder gebrochenen Beats, Vocal-Chops, knarzenden Sägezähnen oder Wobble-Bässen – mittlerweile sind Electro-Sounds praktisch allgegenwärtig und auch aus einer massentauglichen Klangästhetik nicht mehr wegzudenken. In unserem großen Spezial lernen Sie nicht nur die verschiedenen Subgenres kennen, sondern erfahren auch, wie Sie Schritt für Schritt mitreißende Electro-Tracks produzieren. 

Pierre Schæffer Treatise on Musical Objects An Essay across Disciplines Pierre Schæffer Treatise on Musical Objects An Essay across Disciplines
Soft / Music Magazines 28-02-2018
The Treatise on Musical Objects is regarded as Pierre Schaeffer’s most important work on music and its relationship with technology. Schaeffer expands his earlier research in musique concrète to suggest a methodology of working with sounds based on his experiences in radio broadcasting and the recording studio. Drawing on acoustics, physics, and physiology, but also on philosophy and the relationship between subject and object, Schaeffer’s essay summarizes his theoretical and practical work in music composition. Translators Christine North and John Dack present an important book in the history of ideas in Europe that will resonate far beyond electroacoustic music.