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Music Theory Analysis and Society Selected Essays Music Theory Analysis and Society Selected Essays
Soft / Music Magazines 12-02-2018
Robert P. Morgan is one of a small number of music theorists writing in English who treat music theory, and in particular Schenkerian theory, as part of general intellectual life. Morgan’s writings are renowned within the field of music scholarship: he is the author of the well-known Norton volume Twentieth-Century Music, and of additional books relating to Schenkerian and other theory, analysis and society. This volume of Morgan’s previously published essays encompasses a broad range of issues, including historical and social issues and is of importance to anyone concerned with modern Western music. His specially written introduction treats his writings as a whole but also provides additional material relating to the articles included in this volume.

David Damschroder Harmony in Mendelssohn and Schumann David Damschroder Harmony in Mendelssohn and Schumann
Soft / Music Magazines 11-02-2018
This innovative book continues David Damschroder's radical reformulation of harmonic theory, presenting a dynamic exploration of harmony in the compositions of Mendelssohn and Schumann, two key figures of nineteenth-century classical music. This volume's introductory chapters creatively introduce the basic tenets of the system, with reference to sound files rather than notated music examples permitting a more direct interaction between reader and music. In the Masterworks section that follows, Damschroder presents detailed analyses of movements from piano, vocal, and chamber music, and compares his outcomes with those of other analysts, including Benedict Taylor, L. Poundie Burstein, and Peter H. Smith. Expanding upon analytical practices from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and strongly influenced by Schenkerian principles, this fresh perspective offers a stark contrast to conventional harmonic analysis - both in terms of how Roman numerals are deployed and how musical processes are described in words.

The Production and Consumption of Music in the Digital Age The Production and Consumption of Music in the Digital Age
Soft / Music Magazines 8-02-2018
The economic geography of music is evolving as new digital technologies, organizational forms, market dynamics and consumer behavior continue to restructure the industry. This book is an international collection of case studies examining the spatial dynamics of today's music industry. Drawing on research from a diverse range of cities such as Santiago, Toronto, Paris, New York, Amsterdam, London, and Berlin, this volume helps readers understand how the production and consumption of music is changing at multiple scales – from global firms to local entrepreneurs; and, in multiple settings – from established clusters to burgeoning scenes. The volume is divided into interrelated sections and offers an engaging and immersive look at today's central players, processes, and spaces of music production and consumption. Academic students and researchers across the social sciences, including human geography, sociology, economics, and cultural studies, will find this volume helpful in answering questions about how and where music is financed, produced, marketed, distributed, curated and consumed in the digital age.

Being Wagner The Story of the Most Provocative Composer Who Ever Lived Being Wagner The Story of the Most Provocative Composer Who Ever Lived
Soft / Music Magazines 7-02-2018
Simon Callow, the celebrated author of Orson Welles, delivers a dazzling, swift, and accessible biography of the musical titan Richard Wagner and his profoundly problematic legacy–a fresh take for seasoned acolytes and the perfect introduction for new fans.

Recording and Producing Audio for Media Recording and Producing Audio for Media
Soft / Music Magazines 6-02-2018
Written by highly respected author Stan Alten, RECORDING AND PRODUCING AUDIO FOR MEDIA introduces readers to the basic techniques and principles necessary for audio production in today's media. Comprehensive, accurate, and up-to-date, the text covers informational, perceptual, and aesthetic aspects of sound as they apply to each stage of the production process, from planning to post-production. Aspiring musicians, sound engineers, and producers will also gain a fundamental understanding of the principles, technologies, and techniques of audio production and post-production for media, including radio, television, film, music recording, interactive media, the Internet, and mobile media.

Guitar Scales and Modes Trainer Melodic Sequences Intervals and Arpeggios for the Locrian Mode of the Major Scale Guitar Scales and Modes Trainer Melodic Sequences Intervals and Arpeggios for the Locrian Mode of the Major Scale
Soft / Music Magazines 6-02-2018
This book focuses specifically on the Locrian mode of the major scale in its fret board position. This is the seventh mode of the major scale. The complete series is designed to help you learn and memorize the major scale and modes by focusing on each mode position individually, then gradually connecting them together to cover every position of the fret board. Each mode position is explored in depth to gradually develop your technique using scalar melodic sequences, intervals, and arpeggios. For every exercise, music and tablature notation are provided, as well as recommended fret board fingerings.

Computer Music 2015 Full Year Issues Collection PDF Computer Music 2015 Full Year Issues Collection PDF
Soft / Music Magazines 3-02-2018
Computer Music's goal is to help its readers create great music with a PC or Mac. Each month find easy-to-follow tutorials for all sorts of music software, unbiased reviews of the latest products and answers to technical questions.
Hearing Harmony Toward a Tonal Theory for the Rock Era Hearing Harmony Toward a Tonal Theory for the Rock Era
Soft / Music Magazines 1-02-2018
Hearing Harmony offers a listener-based, philosophical-psychological theory of harmonic effects for Anglophone popular music since the 1950s. It begins with chords, their functions and characteristic hierarchies, then identifies the most common and salient harmonic-progression classes, or harmonic schemas. The identification of these schemas, as well as the historical contextualization of many of them, allows for systematic exploration of the repertory’s typical harmonic transformations (such as chord substitution) and harmonic ambiguities. Doll provides readers with a novel explanation of the assorted aural qualities of chords, and how certain harmonic effects result from the interaction of various melodic, rhythmic, textural, timbral, and extra-musical contexts, and how these interactions can determine whether a chordal riff is tonally centered or tonally ambiguous, whether it sounds aggressive or playful or sad, whether it seems to evoke an earlier song using a similar series of chords, whether it sounds conventional or unfamiliar.


Bridging People and Sound 12th International Symposium Bridging People and Sound 12th International Symposium
Soft / Music Magazines 1-02-2018
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference of the 12th International Symposium on Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval, CMMR 2016, held in São Paulo, Brazil, in July 2016. The 22 full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 40 submissions. 

Computer Music March 2018 Computer Music March 2018
Soft / Music Magazines 1-02-2018
Frequencies getting flabby? Sound-design getting weak? Can't stand your stereo image? With the new year, it's time to strengthen your resolve and get better in the studio once and for all. Get inspired now, revolutionise your workflow, and give your tracks the heft they deserve with our transformative guide.