10 Loudspeaker Reviews – Wilson Maxx to Quad 989
... ideas there!
I could have made comments like,
“Mr. Holt must never have heard a modern stereo system” or “He must have a
season ticket in the brass section,” but
what do I know about his life?
To answer Mr. Holt’s ignorant
insults, let me first say that I did mention I am a professional classical mu ...
Jason Theoharis thesis
... by the artists themselves, but the magazine’s list requirements do correspond to today’s basic description
of the genre. Billboard’s editors and experts on the music industry choose their weekly Hot 100 based on
“key fan interactions with music, …sales and downloads, …radio airplay and touring as we ...
Cambridge companion to pop and rock - Assets
... Any discussion of the role of technology in popular music should begin
with a simple premise: without electronic technology, popular music in
the twenty-first century is unthinkable. As a point of departure, however,
such a premise demands that one develop an understanding of music technology as mor ...
The Beatles' recording technology
The Beatles' recording technology developed during the 1960s and influenced the way music was recorded. Effects achieved on their recordings include sampling and Artificial Double Tracking and the creative use of multitrack recording machines. They also used classical instruments on their recordings and guitar feedback. The Beatles' attitude to the recording process was summed up by Paul McCartney: ""We would say, 'Try it. Just try it for us. If it sounds crappy, OK, we'll lose it. But it might just sound good.' We were always pushing ahead: Louder, further, longer, more, different.""