LISTENING THROUGH THE NOISE

Download Listening Through The Noise ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to LISTENING THROUGH THE NOISE book pdf for free now.

Listening Through The Noise

Author : Joanna Demers
ISBN : 9780199774487
Genre : Music
File Size : 61.94 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 377
Read : 389

Contemporary electronic music has splintered into numerous genres and subgenres, all of which share a concern with whether sound, in itself, bears meaning. Listening through the Noise considers how the experience of listening to electronic music constitutes a departure from the expectations that have long governed music listening in the West.
Category: Music

Paranormal Noise

Author : Marco Santucci
ISBN : 9781465322470
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 38.71 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 768
Read : 722

This book will take you on what will become an unbelievable concept of what ghosts really are capable of on a human level. From the moment I realized that not only were they in the building I work in, but with me, some fighting for my attention, wanting to claim me as their own. From the first time I listened to a recorded conversation between two spirits, to listening to the car wreck that took the life of the man who opened the door to the Other Side for me, I have never turned back and life has never been the same for me.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Noise Water Meat

Author : Douglas Kahn
ISBN : 0262112434
Genre : Art
File Size : 52.26 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 708
Read : 539

An interdisciplinary study of sound in the arts traces aural influences on literature, music, visual arts, theatre, and film, focusing on the work of innovators such as Antonin Artaud, George Brecht, William Burroughs, John Cage, Sergei Eisenstein, Yoko Ono, and others.
Category: Art

Listening To Noise And Silence

Author : Salomé Voegelin
ISBN : 9781441143389
Genre : Music
File Size : 83.99 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 883
Read : 557

Listening to Noise and Silence engages with the emerging practice of sound art and the concurrent development of a discourse and theory of sound. In this original and challenging work, Salomé Voegelin immerses the reader in concepts of listening to sound artwork and the everyday acoustic environment, establishing an aesthetics and philosophy of sound and promoting the notion of a sonic sensibility. A multitude of sound works are discussed, by lesser known contemporary artists and composers (for example Curgenven, Gasson and Federer), historical figures in the field (Artaud, Feldman and Cage), and that of contemporary canonic artists such as Janet Cardiff, Bill Fontana, Bernard Parmegiani, and Merzbow. Informed by the ideas of Adorno, Merleau-Ponty and others, the book aims to come to a critique of sound art from its soundings rather than in relation to abstracted themes and pre-existing categories. Listening to Noise and Silence broadens the discussion surrounding sound art and opens up the field for others to follow.
Category: Music

The Synthesizer

Author : Mark Vail
ISBN : 9780199334865
Genre : Music
File Size : 42.74 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 507
Read : 228

Electronic music instruments weren't called synthesizers until the 1950s, but their lineage began in 1919 with Russian inventor Lev Sergeyevich Termen's development of the Etherphone, now known as the Theremin. From that point, synthesizers have undergone a remarkable evolution from prohibitively large mid-century models confined to university laboratories to the development of musical synthesis software that runs on tablet computers and portable media devices. Throughout its history, the synthesizer has always been at the forefront of technology for the arts. In The Synthesizer: A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding, Programming, Playing, and Recording the Ultimate Electronic Music Instrument, veteran music technology journalist, educator, and performer Mark Vail tells the complete story of the synthesizer: the origins of the many forms the instrument takes; crucial advancements in sound generation, musical control, and composition made with instruments that may have become best sellers or gone entirely unnoticed; and the basics and intricacies of acoustics and synthesized sound. Vail also describes how to successfully select, program, and play a synthesizer; what alternative controllers exist for creating electronic music; and how to stay focused and productive when faced with a room full of instruments. This one-stop reference guide on all things synthesizer also offers tips on encouraging creativity, layering sounds, performance, composing and recording for film and television, and much more.
Category: Music

Noise

Author : Jacques Attali
ISBN : 0719014719
Genre : Music
File Size : 31.46 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 207
Read : 874

Category: Music

The Rest Is Noise

Author : Alex Ross
ISBN : 1429932880
Genre : Music
File Size : 60.9 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 795
Read : 467

The scandal over modern music has not died down. While paintings by Pablo Picasso and Jackson Pollock sell for a hundred million dollars or more, shocking musical works from Stravinsky's Rite of Spring onward still send ripples of unease through audiences. At the same time, the influence of modern music can be felt everywhere. Avant-garde sounds populate the soundtracks of Hollywood thrillers. Minimalist music has had a huge effect on rock, pop, and dance music from the Velvet Underground onward. Alex Ross, the brilliant music critic for The New Yorker, shines a bright light on this secret world, and shows how it has pervaded every corner of twentieth century life. The Rest Is Noise takes the reader inside the labyrinth of modern sound. It tells of maverick personalities who have resisted the cult of the classical past, struggled against the indifference of a wide public, and defied the will of dictators. Whether they have charmed audiences with the purest beauty or battered them with the purest noise, composers have always been exuberantly of the present, defying the stereotype of classical music as a dying art. Ross, in this sweeping and dramatic narrative, takes us from Vienna before the First World War to Paris in the twenties, from Hitler's Germany and Stalin's Russia to downtown New York in the sixties and seventies. We follow the rise of mass culture and mass politics, of dramatic new technologies, of hot and cold wars, of experiments, revolutions, riots, and friendships forged and broken. In the tradition of Simon Schama's The Embarrassment of Riches and Louis Menand's The Metaphysical Club, the end result is not so much a history of twentieth-century music as a history of the twentieth century through its music.
Category: Music

Background Noise

Author : Brandon LaBelle
ISBN : 0826418449
Genre : Music
File Size : 66.47 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 295
Read : 361

The rise of a prominent auditory culture, reveals the degree to which sound art is lending definition to the 21st Century. And yet sound art still lacks related literature to compliment, and expand, the realm of practice. Background Noise sets out an historical overview, while at the same time shaping that history according to what sound art reveals - the dynamics of art to operate spatially, through media of reproduction and broadcast, and in relation to the intensities of communication and its contextual framework
Category: Music