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Various - Why Live? Performance In The Age Of Digital Reproduction Album

Various - Why Live? Performance In The Age Of Digital Reproduction Album
Performer: Various
Title: Why Live? Performance In The Age Of Digital Reproduction
Country: US
Genre: Electronic / Jazz
Style:Musique Concrète, Modern Classical, Noise, Minimal, Free Improvisation, Abstract, Experimental
Released: 2008
Catalog number: LMJ CD 18, 18
Label: Leonardo Music Journal, LMJ CD Series
MP3 album szie: 2782 mb
FLAC album size: 2143 mb

Tracklist

1Terumi NarushimaHe Resonates Five Toes…2:17
2BarnwavePrancing3:56
3SlubPhone_Mr_Biskov5:00
4PowerBooks_unPluggedGlobophagia No 1.4:43
5Jose Ignacio Lopez Ramírez-Gastón (El Lazo Invisible)Madrid 5 No Espera A Nadie4:40
6Mazen KerbajVRRRT4:48
7YunasiKumbe Kumbe4:30
8Rohan DrapePiano & SineTones #153:41
9Thor Magnússon and Rúnar MagnússonGiooia---A Variation Of SameSameButDifferent V.02---Iceland7:29
10Shelly KnottsChordophonia4:35
11Federico SchumacherPrint...?3:24
12theconcatenatorPlacard XP Edit4:46
13Wang Changcun20080209124:16
14Moscow Laptop Cyber OrchestraCyberjam0307
Computer [Laptop] – Andrei Smirnov, Dmitry Baikov, Dmitry Savinov, Dmitry Subochev, Kurt Liedwart, KuzinEA, Lubov Pchelkina, Oleg Makarov, Patrick K-H, Sasha Kulagin, Viktor Chernenko
4:44
15KassenIll At Ease At Home?3:44

Short intro

Live music encourages direct interconnectivity among people and with the physical world upon which we rely for our existence music can be life supporting, and in some situations, as important as life itself. While there is much to learn from the past, digital technology can be utilized as an interface establishing a tactile praxis and enabling musical expression that promotes original content, social connection, environmental context. articleCollins2008WhyLP, title Why Live: Performance in the Age of Digital Reproduction, author Nicolas Collins, journal Leonardo Music Journal, year 2008, volume 18, pages 7 - 8 . Nicolas Collins. The Musical Work in the Age of Digital Reproduction - Blue Third World. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Various laptop ensembles figure I could not resist having a few live codingrelated works live performance is sometimes prominent above studio recording techniques and this may be the case in works you do not necessarily suspect for instance, Kassen's track is recorded entirely live, in one take. engage musicians and audiences at large. In an aggressive attempt to increase the quality and quantity of solo horn writing, the International Horn Society IHS commissions works, maintains an assistance fund to help hornists fund their own commissions, and holds composition competitions. Copyright and the Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction: Eric Doeringer at TEDxChelsea - Продолжительность: 15:51 TEDx Talks Recommended for you. Top 10 Best Auditions Britain's Got Talent 2016 - Продолжительность: 25:56 Viral Feed Recommended for you. I grew up in the Westboro Baptist Church. Here's why I left Megan Phelps-Roper - Продолжительность: 15:18 TED Recommended for you. Justice: What's The Right Thing To Do . Journal 04 - Boris Groys - Religion in the Age of Digital Reproduction. Journal 04. Ritual, repetition, and reproduction were hitherto matters of religion they were practiced in isolated, sacred places. In the modern age, ritual, repetition, and reproduction have become the fate of the entire world, of the entire culture. Under such conditions it should come as no surprise that religion-in all its various manifestations-has become increasingly successful. Religion operates through media channels that are, from the outset, products of the extension and secularization of traditional religious practices. The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction 1935, often translated as The Work of Art in the Age of Its Technological Reproducibility by Walter Benjamin, is an essay of cultural criticism which proposes that the mechanical reproduction of a work of art devalues the aura of the artefact's uniqueness as art. During the Nazi régime 19331945, Benjamin wrote the essay to produce a theory of art that is useful for the formulation of revolutionary demands in the politics of art in a mass. Why is ISBN important ISBN. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. He has published articles on film and performance for such journals as Camera Obscura and Post Script. Jason Sperb is lecturer of film and media studies at Northwestern University. There's a problem loading this menu right now. A digital photo stores an image as a sequence of colors defined as numbers that can be exhibited on a screen or projected. In contrast, a printed photograph is continuous tones of gray or color values that are embedded in the structure of a unique piece of paper. It has only been in the last few decades that digital media playback hardware has become accessible and high-enough quality to engage large groups of artists to create work for it. As long as artists continue to live within capitalist economies, a new form of collecting digital media will need to provide financial support for the artists that participate. Two days ago a simple and terrifying image flashed across various newspapers in the country. It showed migrants from the northeast in Bangalore showing their phone screens to the photographer as they. On the screen was an ominous message warning of violence in the coming days. What is significant about this image is not the fact that there were threatening messages against another community these have existed throughout history. What it signposts is the arrival of a new form of authority, the phone screen. The events of the past few days intimate a new uncertain future for our media modernity. Much has shifted since the emergence of the first volume of Cinephilia in the Age of Digital Reproduction. Many of the postmillennial innovations in digital cinema and digital culture which prompted its publication have today become commonplace to the point of invisibility. This develo. Cinephilia in the Age