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Cybersounds : essays on virtual music culture / Michael D. Ayers, editor.

Publication:
New York : Peter Lang, c2006.
Series:
Digital formations, 1526-3169 ; v. 31
Format/Description:
Book
viii, 282 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Subjects:
Popular music -- Social aspects.
Internet -- Social aspects.
Music -- Computer network resources.
Contents:
Deafening silence: music and the emerging climate of access and use / Elizabeth A. Buchanan
Cybernetic gift giving and social drama: a netnography of the Napster file-sharing community / Markus Giesler
Do U produce?: subcultural capital and amateur musicianship in peer-to-peer networks / Andrew Whelan
Building a virtual diaspora: hip-hop in cyberspace / Andre Pinard and Sean Jacobs
The technology of subversion: from digital sampling in hip-hop to the MP3 revolution / Adam Haupt
The cyberactivism of a dangermouse / Michael D. Ayers
Music b(r)ands online and constructing community: the case of New Model Army / Daragh O'Reilly and Kathy Doherty
Beating the bootleggers: fan creativity, "lossless" audio trading, and commercial opportunities / Chris Anderton
"Hacking" the iPod: a look inside Apple's portable music player / Gabrielle Cosentino
The social pulse of telharmonics: functions of networked sound and interactive webcasting / Trace Reddell
Breaking the decision chain: the fate of creativity in the age of self-production / John Ryan and Michael Hughes
Afterword: On the future of music / Jonathan Sterne.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Ayers, Michael D.
ISBN:
082047861X (pbk. : alk. paper)
OCLC:
60373675
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