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iBroadway - Musical Theatre in the Digital Age
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This book argues that the digital revolution has fundamentally altered the way musicals are produced, followed, admired, marketed, reviewed, researched, taught, and even cast. In the first hundred years of its existence, commercial musical theatre functioned on one basic model. However, with the advent of digital and network technologies, every musical theatre artist and professional has had to adjust to swift and unanticipated change. Due to the historically commercial nature of the musical theatre form, it offers a particularly potent test case to reveal the implications of this digital shift than other theatrical art forms. Rather than merely reflecting technological change, musical theatre scholarship and practice is at the forefront of the conversation about art in the digital age. This book is essential reading for musical theatre fans and scholars alike. Jessica Hillman-McCord is Associate Professor at SUNY Fredonia, USA. Her articles have appeared in TDR: The Drama Review , Studies in Musical Theatre and Theatre Topics , among others. Her book, Echoes of the Holocaust on the American Musical Stage , was published in 2012.

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Stand: 28.11.2017
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Musical Sound Effects - Analog and Digital Soun...
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For decades performers, instrumentalists, composers, technicians and sound engineers continue to manipulate sound material. They are trying with more or less success to create, to innovate, improve, enhance, restore or modify the musical message. The sound of distorted guitar of Jimi Hendrix, Pierre Henrys concrete music, Pink Flyods rock psychedelic, Kraftwerk s electronic music, Daft Punk and rap T-Pain, have let emerge many effects: reverb, compression, distortion, auto-tune, filter, chorus, phasing, etc. The aim of this book is to introduce and explain these effects and sound treatments by addressing their theoretical and practical aspects.

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Stand: 20.02.2018
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Musical Sound Effects - Analog and Digital Soun...
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For decades performers, instrumentalists, composers, technicians and sound engineers continue to manipulate sound material. They are trying with more or less success to create, to innovate, improve, enhance, restore or modify the musical message. The sound of distorted guitar of Jimi Hendrix, Pierre Henrys concrete music, Pink Flyods rock psychedelic, Kraftwerk s electronic music, Daft Punk and rap T-Pain, have let emerge many effects: reverb, compression, distortion, auto-tune, filter, chorus, phasing, etc. The aim of this book is to introduce and explain these effects and sound treatments by addressing their theoretical and practical aspects.

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Stand: 13.02.2018
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Digital Electronics for Musicians
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This is the perfect book for musicians who want to dive into the world of computer music and physical computing. This book is aimed at adventurous musicians who want to learn about music programming with Arduino, sensors, and Pure Data, and how to make new interfaces and even new instruments with that knowledge. Youll learn the basics of the Pure Data and Arduino languages, how to incorporate sensors into your musical projects, and how to use embedded computers, like the Raspberry Pi, to create stand-alone projects. Along the way, youll learn how to create a variety of innovative (Mark, Michelle, I guess they are innovative, but not 100% sure) musical projects, including an interactive bow for stringed instruments, a MIDI clavier synthesizer, an interactive drum set, a patch-bay matrix synthesizer, a guitar looper, and even a DIY theremin. If you are a musician or tinkerer who wants to explore the world of electronic and electroacoustic music and musical interfaces with Arduino, sensors, and Pure Data, Digital Electronics for Musicians is the book for you. What You Will Learn • Learn the basics of the Pure Data and the Arduino languages • Learn more about the available sensors on the market, and how you can incorporate them into your musical projects • Focus on physical computing by combining Arduino and Pure Data, bringing the physical world to the world of the computers • Make use of additional libraries that extend the capabilities of the Arduino • Make use of external objects in Pure Data that help achieve certain goals, depending on the project • Learn how a Pure Data patch functions and be able to modify other peoples work that fits your needs • Learn how the Arduino language works, enabling the modification of already existing code, according to your needs • Get insight on the serial communication between the Arduino and Pure Data • Learn how to approach various programming challenges in different ways Who This is For Musicians who want to explore the world of electronic and electroacoustic music and musical interfaces with Arduino, sensors, and Pure Data. Alexandros Drymonitis is a musician from Athens, Greece. He studied at the Conservatory of Amsterdam where he got his first stimuli on music technology. Ever since he has been making electronic music using open source software and hardware, like Pure Data and Arduino, as well as giving workshops on electronic music programming and digital synthesizer building. He is also very keen on community building, and is a founding member of the Patching Circle Athens group, a group of users of visual programming languages.

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Stand: 19.12.2017
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Kodikologie und Paläographie im Digitalen Zeita...
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Der hier vorliegende vierte Band der Reihe zu Kodikologie und Paläographie im digitalen Zeitalter versammelt Beiträge aus der Forschung im interdisziplinären Schnittfeld traditioneller Geisteswissenschaften und Informatik. Er ist zugleich der Tagungsband der in den Jahren 2014 bis 2016 durchgeführten Veranstaltungsreihe Maschinen und Manuskripte. Die 13 Beiträge aus den Bereichen der digitalen Kodikologie und Paläographie geben Einblicke in aktuelle computergestützte Forschung mit historischen Schriftzeugnissen und schließt Untersuchungen zu Bildern und zur musikalischen Notation ein. Der thematische Rahmen spannt sich dabei von der Erforschung digitalisierter Sammlungen mittels automatischer Mustererkennung über die Erfassung und Analyse von Schrift und Zeichensystemen bis zur Informationsvisualisierung von Forschungsdaten. The present fourth volume of the series on codicology and palaeography in the digital age features articles on research at the interdisciplinary intersection of the fields of traditional humanities and computer science. At the same time it represents the proceedings of the conference series Machines and Manuscripts held from 2014 to 2016. The 13 contributions from the field give insights on current computer aided research with historical written documents including images and musical notation. The thematic framework ranges from exploration of digitized collections to recognition and analysis of script and sign systems to information visualisation of research data.

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Stand: 07.11.2017
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Digital Connectivity and Music Culture - Artist...
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This book explores how the rise of widely available digital technology impacts the way music is produced, distributed, promoted, and consumed, with a specific focus on the changing relationship between artists and audiences. Through in-depth interviewing, focus group interviewing, and discourse analysis, this study demonstrates how digital technology has created a closer, more collaborative, fluid, and multidimensional relationship between artist and audience. Artists and audiences are simultaneously engaged with music through technology-and technology through music-while negotiating personal and social aspects of their musical lives. In light of consistent, active engagement, rising co-production, and collaborative community experience, this book argues we might do better to think of the audience as accomplices to the artist. Mary Beth Ray is Assistant Professor of Communication & Media Studies at Plymouth State University in Plymouth, NH, USA.

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Stand: 14.11.2017
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Impact of technology on music education. How di...
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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2015 im Fachbereich Pädagogik - Schulwesen, Bildungs- u. Schulpolitik, Note: 1,0, , Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Adorno claims that the invention of the record disc alienates the nature of music from human ontology. According to him, human life and music can not exist apart from time and space. However, globalization, web 2.0 or social networking has shown, that human social life is increasingly involved in international interaction. Even students life has changed. The JIM study found out that 92% of German students (between the ages of 14 and 19) own their own smartphone(s). Due to that fact, students are able to share information with friends and consume media wherever and whenever they want. Moreover, students transform everyday life contents (in form of pictures, videos, recordings) into narratives, by publishing and interpreting personal information on social networks. In comparison to that, turntablists transform musical contents (in form of records) into narratives, by interpreting and manipulating existing records. Consequently, media-technology has turned from a reproductive tool into a productive one. The technology-based formation of content became part of every students social life and determines the way we listen, perform or compose music. Why did it not become part of German music classes? This paper aims to determine the impact of technological progress on music education. The purpose of the study is to outline how music education could adopt music culture, which is increasingly driven by technological change. The following investigation is based on the assumption that new possibilities of technology-related music production can not only be taught theoretically. Consequently it is necessary to probe how technology-based musicianship can be implemented at schools. Unfortunately, the limited access to empirical data (concerning schools equipment etc.) does not allow to develop concrete teaching concepts. Nevertheless, the developed conceptions may serve as approach that can be shaped according to different education-settings.

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Stand: 07.11.2017
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Jonas und der weiße Mönch
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Der Dresdner Junge Jonas erkundet an seinem zehnten Geburtstag das alte Gehöft in seiner Straße und begegnet dort der anmutigen Fee Esperanza, die ihn in großer Not um Hilfe bittet. Nur er kann verhindern, dass die arglistige Fee Retromania den Menschen die Zukunft nimmt. Um die Aufgabe zu lösen, muss Jonas mit dem geheimnisvollen Mönch Hieronymus eine gefährliche Zeitreise antreten, die ihn aus unserer Gegenwart an abenteuerliche Orte der Vergangenheit führt. Mit viel Mut und der Kraft seiner Phantasie stellt sich Jonas dem bösen Zauber entgegen. Das Buch vermittelt Kindern eine spielerische und gleichzeitig fesselnde erste Begegnung mit der Zeitgeschichte und mit den Stärken und Schwächen eines Helden, der die Welt mit ihren Augen sieht. Andreas Schwarze wird 1959 in Meißen geboren. Seine Leidenschaften Fotografie und Zeitgeschichte begleiten ihn auch auf seiner Theaterlaufbahn. Nach dem Regiestudium in Berlin entscheidet er sich für die heitere Muse an der Staatsoperette Dresden. Hier und an anderen Theatern wirkt er seit 1986 als Regisseur, Solist, und Bühnenautor. Viele Jahre arbeitet er mit Kindern und Jugendlichen in eigenen Theater-Ensembles. 2008 schreibt er Libretto und Songtexte für ein Musical. Angeregt durch seine intensive Forschungsarbeit für ein digitales Archiv der Dresdner Volkstheater lässt er 2016 in seinem Buch Metropole des Vergnügens Theater und Künstler vergangener Epochen lebendig werden und beschreibt mit interessanten Fakten und dokufiktionalen Szenen die Entwicklung des musikalischen Volkstheaters in Dresden bis in die heutige Zeit. Im vorliegenden Kinderbuch Jonas und der weiße Mönch verbindet er phantasievoll Vergangenheit und Gegenwart und weckt in den jungen Lesern das Interesse für die Magie historischer Orte in Sachsen, so wie er sie seit seiner Kindheit erlebte.

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Stand: 06.02.2018
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iPad and iPhone For Musicians For Dummies
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The easy way to use your iPad or iPhone to make amazingmusic If you are a budding or established musician looking to use youriPad or iPhone as a portable musical instrument, recording studio,or composition tool, then youve come to the right place! iPadand iPhone For Musicians For Dummies explains in plain Englishhow to hook up your preferred instrument to your iPad or iPhone towork on music projects within a plethora of recording apps. Youllalso learn how to incorporate both real and MIDI instruments andaudio, edit individual tracks, work with effects and chain multipleapps together, and mix and master songs. Thanks to apps such as AmpliTube, AudioBus, and Apples ownGarageBand, musicians can record entire songs in the comfort oftheir own homes and then mix, master, and distribute them rightthere on their iPads or iPhones. Packed with tons of step-by-stepinstructions, this friendly guide shows you how to use your deviceto go from recording a basic piece of music to creating anduploading complete songs with full instrumentation and multipletracks, instruments, and effects. Demonstrates how to hook up your guitar or keyboard directly toyour iPad or iPhone to record professional-grade tracks Helps musicians get the most out of their iPads or iPhones asportable musical instruments, recording studios, and compositiontools Written by an industry expert and former senior writer for IKMultimedia, a leading manufacturer of music apps and hardwareaccessories for the iOS market Coverage goes beyond GarageBand to include other populartechnologies Dont let the limitations and expense of yesterdays homestudios keep you from recording awesome music—let iPad andiPhone For Musicians For Dummies show you how easy it is torecord and master your own music right from your living room. Ryan C. Williams is a musician and an expert on digital music tools. He is author of Teach Yourself Visually Bass Guitar as well as books on digital music, podcasting, and online business. Mike Levine is U.S. editor for Audiofanzine and a former editor for Electronic Musician .

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Stand: 12.12.2017
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iPad and iPhone For Musicians For Dummies
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The easy way to use your iPad or iPhone to make amazing music If you are a budding or established musician looking to use your iPad or iPhone as a portable musical instrument, recording studio, or composition tool, then youve come to the right place! iPad and iPhone For Musicians For Dummies explains in plain English how to hook up your preferred instrument to your iPad or iPhone to work on music projects within a plethora of recording apps. Youll also learn how to incorporate both real and MIDI instruments and audio, edit individual tracks, work with effects and chain multiple apps together, and mix and master songs. Thanks to apps such as AmpliTube, AudioBus, and Apples own GarageBand, musicians can record entire songs in the comfort of their own homes and then mix, master, and distribute them right there on their iPads or iPhones. Packed with tons of step-by-step instructions, this friendly guide shows you how to use your device to go from recording a basic piece of music to creating and uploading complete songs with full instrumentation and multiple tracks, instruments, and effects. Demonstrates how to hook up your guitar or keyboard directly to your iPad or iPhone to record professional-grade tracks Helps musicians get the most out of their iPads or iPhones as portable musical instruments, recording studios, and composition tools Written by an industry expert and former senior writer for IK Multimedia, a leading manufacturer of music apps and hardware accessories for the iOS market Coverage goes beyond GarageBand to include other popular technologies Dont let the limitations and expense of yesterdays home studios keep you from recording awesome music—let iPad and iPhone For Musicians For Dummies show you how easy it is to record and master your own music right from your living room. Ryan C. Williams is a musician and an expert on digital music tools. He is author of Teach Yourself Visually Bass Guitar as well as books on digital music, podcasting, and online business. Mike Levine is U.S. editor for Audiofanzine and a former editor for Electronic Musician .

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Stand: 12.12.2017
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