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Sampling media

Author: David Laderman; Laurel Westrup
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Sampling Media digs deep into sampling practices across audio-visual media, from found footage filmmaking to Internet ""memes"" that repurpose music videos, trailers and news broadcasts. The book extends the conceptual boundaries of sampling by emphasizing its inter-medial dimensions, exploring its politics, and examining its historical and global scope.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David Laderman; Laurel Westrup
ISBN: 9780199364749 0199364745 0199949328 9780199949328
OCLC Number: 1058643272
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 265 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Introduction --
Into the remix: the culture of sampling / Laurel Westrup and David Laderman --
ROOTS. Shadow/Play: the Cinematic, Remixed / David Laderman --
Remixing With Rules: Constraint and Potential in Restrictive Remixes / Richard L. Edwards --
"Whatever Rubbish Was at Hand": The Emergence of the Media Sample in Guy Debord's Films / R.D. Crano --
Rigorous Infidelity: Whole Text Sampling in the Curatorial Work of Henri Langlois, Dewey Phillips, and Jean-François Lyotard / Barry Mauer --
SCENES. The Sydney Club Scene and the Sampling of Global Electronic Dance Music Culture / Ed Montano --
Piggin' Out! Constructing Spanish Cultural History Through Media Sampling / Miguel Fernández Labayen & Vicente Rodríguez Ortega --
Time Stand Still: Sampling Scenes and Slowing Media / Ryan Alexander Diduck --
From Méjico Máxico to Político: Sampling the Past and the Present in the Mexican Musical Scene / --
Héctor Fernández L'hoeste --
Cinema. Love in the club: karaoke realism in Chinese and Hong Kong cinema / Brian Hu --
Articulating a Hip Hop Sampling Aesthetic Through Film: Music and Memory in Three Hip Hop Documentaries / Jesse Stewart --
"Dreamlo-lo-lover Where Are You-u-u?" Sampling as Analysis, Sampling as Symptom / Martin J. Zeilinger --
(In)appropriation: Productions of Laughter in Contemporary Found Footage Films / Jaimie Baron --
WEB. All Work and No Play: Trailer Park, the Mashup, and Industrial Pedagogies / Jonathan Cohn --
Popular Culture through the Eyes, Ears, and Fingertips of Fans: Vidders, Anime Music Video Editors, and Their Sources / Samantha Close --
How the World is Being Remade: The Case of Antoine Dodson and the Limits of Sampling as Trans-Cultural and Cross-Class Expression / Corella Di Fede --
Thinking through sampling, literally / Laurel Westrup --
Afterword.
Responsibility: edited by David Laderman and Laurel Westrup.

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Sampling Media digs deep into sampling practices across audio-visual media, from found footage filmmaking to Internet ""memes"" that repurpose music videos, trailers and news broadcasts. The book extends the conceptual boundaries of sampling by emphasizing its inter-medial dimensions, exploring its politics, and examining its historical and global scope.

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