Innovation in Music
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Innovation in Music: Future Opportunities brings together cutting-edge research on new innovations in the field of music production, technology, performance and business. Including contributions from a host of well-respected researchers and practitioners, this volume provides crucial coverage on a range of topics from cybersecurity, to accessible music technology, performance techniques and the role of talent shows within music business.
Innovation in Music: Future Opportunities is the perfect companion for professionals and researchers alike with an interest in the music industry.
Table of Contents
Part 1 – Music Production Innovation
- Country & Eastern: Contextual and Cultural Mediation in the Recording Studio - Two producers, two artists, two cultures – by Richard Lightman
- Defining and developing a sonic signature in music mixing: A practice-based approach as modern-day studio mentorship – by Andrea Succi
- Making records within records: Manufacturing phonographic "otherness" in sample-based hip-hop production – by Michael Exarchos
- Motormouth: An essay in Sonic Recontextualisation – by Jez Nash
- The Individualist: Todd Rundgren’s Approach to Innovation and his 1993 Interactive Album No World Order – by Tim Hughes
- Ground Control and Cloud Booths: Breaking geographical barriers to music production – by Paul Ferguson and Dave Hook
- Music Production utilising Internet of Things Technologies – by Marques Hardin and Rob Toulson
- Development of an Ambisonic Guitar System - Duncan Werner, Bruce Wiggins and Emma Fitzmaurice
- Retaining pianistic virtuosity: exploring pre-existing gestural nuances for live sound modulation – by Niccolò Granieri, James Dooley and Tychonas Michailidis
- Improvising Songwriting and Composition Within A Hybrid Modular Synthesis System – by Hussein Boon
- Speaker Park: An Intersection of loudspeaker design and post-acousmatic composition - Jon Pigott and Antti Saario
- Sound Objects: Exploring Embedded Computing for Procedural Audio in Theatre – by Mat Dalgleish and Sarah Whitfield
- Hearing and Feeling Memories: Exploring Pixel Data Sonification and Haptic Feedback to Create a Multisensory Experience of Photographs – by Matthew Evans
- Concepts and Issues for the Design of Accessible Music Technology – by Joe Wright
- Cyber-security in the creative industry: Why Radiohead got hacked – Andy Farnell
- Transparency and Authenticity in the Live Arena: An Exploration of Electronic Music Performance Techniques – Dave Fortune
- BTS’ "Speak Yourself" World Tour as an intermedial spectacle of attachment: outcomes and future possibilities for popular music – by Alicja Sulkowska
- A review of contemporary practices incorporating digital technologies with live classical music – by Clara Colotti
- Chamber Orchestras as the Innovation Motor of Classical Music in Germany – by Alenka Barber-Kersovan and Volker Kirchberg
- Transforming musical performance: the audience as digital collaborators - by Adrian York
- The Online Composer-Audience Collaboration – by Luis Ramirez
- New Instrument as Creativity Trigger in Composer-Performer Collaboration – by Agata Kubiak
- "My avatar and me": technology-enhanced mirror in monitoring music performance practice – by Giusy Caruso, Luc Nijs and Marc Leman
- Creative considerations for on-screen visuals in electronic pop music performances – by Kirsten Hermes
- Matthew Lovett - Towards a quantum theory of musical creativity
- Jeffrey Lupker and William J. Turkel – Observing Mood Based Patterns & Commonalities in Music
- Stefan Lalchev and Paul Oliver – The Role of Contests and Talent Shows in the Artist Development within the Popular Music Genre and Their Place in the Music Business
- Sam Nicholls and Paul Thompson – Music: Leeds - Supporting a Regionalised Music Sector and Scene
Part 2 – Music Technology Innovation
Part 3 - Performance Innovation
Part 4 – Music Business and Artist Development Innovation
Russ Hepworth-Sawyer is co-chair of the UK Mastering Group, a freelance mastering engineer, writer and consultant through MOTTOsound (www.mottosound.com) and part-time lecturer at York St John University.
Justin Paterson is Professor of Music Production at London College of Music, University of West London, UK.
Rob Toulson is Founder and Director of RT60 Ltd, specializing in technology development for the audio and music industries.