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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
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|Awards:||Winner of AAUP Book, Jacket and Journal Show Design Awards: Trade Illustrated Category 2010.|
|Description:||388 pages : illustrations ; 18 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction. Glitching digital audio ; Music and sound ; The sonic turn ; Cracked playback technologies ; Manipulated, cracked, and broken ; Media archaeology and cracked media --
Recording and noise : approaches to cracked media. The critique of recording technology ; What? I can't hear you over that NOISE! --
Broken music : the manipulated, modified, and destroyed phonograph. Broken music and early phonographic experimentation ; The crack and break in phonographic sound production ; Nam June Paik's broken tape loops and modified turntables ; Milan Knizak's Broken music ; Christian Marclay and the death of vinyl ; Destroyed turntables at the end of gramophonic culture --
Damaged sound : glitching and skipping compact discs in the audio of Yasunao Tone, Nicolas Collins, Oval, and Disc. The sound of glitching CDs ; Yasunao Tone's wounded compact discs : from improvisation and indeterminate composition to glitching CDs ; The unmuted CD players of Nicolas Collins ; Oval : pop into art music ; Disc and "real" CD damage ; Conclusion --
Tactics, shadows, and new media. The everyday ; Michel de Certeau's tactic and cracked media ; The shadows of technology : Paul DeMarinis and Kim Cascone ; Cracked, broken, and new.
"Caleb Kelly's Cracked Media is a welcome addition to the growing body of critical writing on the role of sound in the history of modern and postmodern art. It convincingly extends Douglas Kahn's