Any sound you can imagine making music consuming technology paul theberge no preview available 1997 common terms and phrases activities advertising amateur appear argued artists associated audio became become began century changes characteristics composers concept concerning consumer consumption context continued created culture described devices discussion drum early economic effects . A second important technological shift for musicians and musicologists alike was the spread of audiomagnetic tape recorders in the 1950s and 1960s a development that has more recently led to the mass marketing of technologies such as digital audio tape dat and record able compact disc cd r this article explains why any sound you can imagine should be part of the library of anyone who is concerned with the state of music and music making at the end of this century. Technology and culture 403 1999 709 711 access provided by st johns university book review any sound you can imagine making music consuming technology any sound you can imagine making music consuming technology by paul theberge hanover nh wesleyan university press and the university press of new england 1997 pp x 293 illustrations notes bibliography index 50 cloth 19 . Learn more about any sound you can imagine making music consuming technology by paul theberge add to your book collection on bookogs or save for later
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