Electronic and Experimental Music
Technology, Music, and Culture
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New to this edition:
A reorganized and revised chapter structure places technological advances within a historical framework.
Shorter chapters offer greater modularity and flexibility for instructors.
Discussions on the elements of sound, listening to electronic music, electronic music in the mainstream, Eurorack, and more.
An appendix of historically important electronic music studios around the globe.
Listening Guides throughout the book provide step-by-step annotations of key musical works, focusing the development of student listening skills. Featuring extensive revisions and expanded coverage, this sixth edition of Electronic and Experimental Music represents an comprehensive accounting of the technology, musical styles, and figures associated with electronic music, highlighting the music's deep cultural impact.
PART 1: ELECTRONIC MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS / 1 What Is Electronic Music? / 2 Listening to Electronic Music / 3 How Electronic Music is Composed / 4 Electronic Music Composition by Process / 5 The Physics of Musical Sound / 6 Analog and Digital Synthesis Basics / 7 Computer Music Basics / 8 Tape Composition and Sound Editing / 9 MIDI, Noise Reduction, and Audio Compression Technologies / PART 2: HISTORY OF ELECTRONIC AND COMPUTER MUSIC / 10 Earliest Experiments in Electronic Music (Pre-1920) / 11 Electronic Music Performance Instruments (1920-1940) / 12 The History of Audio Recording Technology / 13 Edgard Varese and The Listener's Experiment / 14 Musique Concrete In France / 15 Elektronische Musik in Germany / 16 Other European Electronic Music Studios / 17 John Cage in the United States / 18 The Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center, New York / 19 The Cooperative Studio for Electronic Music, Ann Arbor / 20 The Experimental Music Studio, University of Illinois / 21 The San Francisco Tape Music Center / 22 Electronic Music in Canada / 23 Radiophonic Music in the United Kingdom / 24 Electronic Music in Latin America / 25 Electronic Music in Asia and Australia / 26 Early Computer Music (1950-1969) / 27 Computer Music (1970-1985) / PART 3: MAKERS OF VINTAGE ANALOG AND DIGITAL SYNTHESIZERS / 28 Moog Analog Synthesizers / 29 Buchla Analog Synthesizers / 30 EMS Analog Synthesizers / 31 ARP Analog Synthesizers / 32 Other Analog Synthesizers / 33 Digital Synthesizers and Samplers / PART 4: LIVE ELECTRONIC MUSIC AND CONTEMPORARY PRACTICES / 34 Live Electronic Music - Foundations / 35 Live Electronic Music - Historical Practices / 36 Modern Turntablism / 37 Contemporary Software and Synthesis / 38 Eurorack / Appendix: Historic Studios of Electronic Music by World Region 1948-70