The Art of Digital Music

The Art of Digital Music

56 Visionary Artists & Insiders Reveal Their Creative Secrets

Book - 2005
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The Art of Digital Music shows firsthand how top artists - pioneers such as Alan Parsons, Herbie Hancock, BT, Todd Rundgren, Steve Reich, and Phil Ramone - use digital technology in their work. Through a dynamic blend of practical, hands-on production tips, inspiring case studies, extensive graphics, and in-depth interviews, the authors explore the creative freedom these new tools afford. In addition to artist interviews, this entertaining volume features lively discussions with technological pioneers - the producers, engineers, software wizards, and Internet visionaries who are shaping the sound of the future. In addition to audio examples, the accompanying DVD features tours of artists' studios. The Art of Digital Music will appeal to musicians who use technology to make music and fans who want to understand how technology is changing the way music is created, experienced, and shared.
Publisher: San Francisco : Backbeat Books, c2005
ISBN: 0879308303 (alk. paper)
Branch Call Number: 786.7 ART
Characteristics: x, 260 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 DVD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Additional Contributors: Battino, David
Richards, Kelli

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