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The production and consumption of music in the digital age

Author: Brian J Hracs; Michael Seman; Tarek E Virani
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2017.
Series: Routledge studies in human geography, 58
Edition/Format:   Print book : Document   Computer File : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Additional Physical Format: (DLC) 2016007644
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Brian J Hracs; Michael Seman; Tarek E Virani
ISBN: 9781317529644 1317529642
OCLC Number: 947151769
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Part I: Introduction1. Introduction: The Evolving Economic Geography of Music[Brian J. Hracs, Michael Seman, and Tarek E. Virani]Part II: Recording2. Laptops, Pro Tools, and File Transfer Protocols: On the Intensification and Extensification of Recording Work in the Digital Age[Allan Watson]3. Disturbing Production: The Effects of Digital Music Production on Music Studios [David Arditi]Part III: Working4. Working Harder and Working Smarter: The Survival Strategies of Contemporary Independent Musicians[Brian J. Hracs]5. From Artist to Entrepreneur: The Working Lives of London-Based Rappers[Laura Speers]6. Hip-Hop Tunity: Challenges and Opportunities for Indie Hip-Hop Artists in the Dutch Music Industry[Joni R. Haijen]7. "Working at the Candy Factory": The Limits of Nonmonetary Rewards in Record Industry Careers[Alexandre Frenette]Part IV: Playing8. The Resilience of a Local Music Scene in Dalston, London[Tarek E. Virani]9. Landscapes of Performance and Technological Change: Music Venues in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Nashville, Tennessee[Ola Johansson, Margaret M. Gripshover, and Thomas L. Bell]10. What's the "Newport Effect"?: Music Festivals, Touring, and Reputations in the Digital Age[Jonathan R. Wynn and Rodrigo Dominguez-Villegas]11. Musicians and Temporary Spaces: The Case of Music Festivals in Sweden[Johan Jansson and Jimi Nilsson]Part V: Distributing12. Exploring the "360 Degree" Blur: Digitization, Sonic Capital, and the Strategic Orientations of Electronic Indie Labels[Hans-Joachim Burkner]13. More Than Just Bytes?: Responses to Digitization in the Paris Cluster of World Music Production[Amanda Brandellero and Robert C. Kloosterman]14. Emotional Landscapes and the Evolution of Vinyl Record Retail: A Case Study of Highland Park, Los Angeles[Tyler Sonnichsen]15. Music Rights: Towards a Material Geography of Musical Practices in the "Digital Age"[Andy C. Pratt]Part VI: Promoting and Consuming16. Unpacking the "Digital Habitus" of Music Fans in Santiago's Indie Music Scene[Arturo Arriagada]17. The Evolution of Music Tastemakers in the Digital Age: The Rise of Algorithms and the Response of Journalists[Bastian Lange]18. Leveraging Affect: Mobilizing Enthusiasm and the Co-Production of the Musical Economy[Andrew Leyshon, Nigel Thrift, Louise Crewe, Shaun French, and Pete Webb]
Series Title: Routledge studies in human geography, 58
Responsibility: edited by Brian J. Hracs, Michael Seman and Tarek E. Virani.


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