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SNA and Quantitative Methods: Further Methodology
295
The following variables were recorded:
– First instrument
– Second instrument
– Country of origin (coded using ISO 3 numeric codes)2
– Year of birth
– Resident in Berlin
– Year moved to Berlin
– Born in Berlin
– University level education
– Studied music at university/conservatoire/higher education level3
– Self-taught/Auto-Didact
– Has own website
– Uses own Twitter, Facebook, blog, Soundcloud, Reverbnation etc.
The following interests, courses of study, and experiences (past and present) were also
noted:
– Sound art, sound design, Klangkünst, field recording
– Composition (any style of music)
– Neue Musik, contemporary classical, avant-garde (composed) classical music (as
composer or interpreter)
– Electronic music or work with electronics
– Drone, industrial, ambient, noise
– Jazz and/or Free Jazz
– Rock, pop, ‘world’ music
– Theatre, dance, spoken word
– Painting, video, live visuals, other forms of visual art
– Instrument Building
– Running concerts or record label
– Publishing/writing written critical/theoretical texts about music
2
Members of the DDR jazz scene have been coded 278. Younger musicians (those born after 1989 or
whose professional lives began after 1989 have been coded as 276 (German). While some may regard this
as problematic, this was in the interests of creating distinctions in musical/professional life in 2012/13.
3
Music Technology is included under this heading.