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Title Cybersounds : essays on virtual music culture / Michael D. Ayers, editor
Published New York : Peter Lang, [2006]
New York : Peter Lang


Location Call no. Vol. Availability
 MELB  306.48424 Aye/Ceo  AVAILABLE
Description viii, 282 pages ; 23 cm
Series Digital formations, 1526-3169 ; v. 31
Digital formations ; v. 31
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 -- Epilogue / Jonathan Sterne.à
Summary "This volume culls together essays that examine the cultural aspects of music existing online. More than just the notion that "people download," Cybersounds is the first collection that critically looks at this issue, ultimately presenting new ideas and directions for exploring this field."--BOOK JACKET
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Internet -- Social aspects.
Popular music -- Social aspects.
Music -- Computer network resources.
Author Ayers, Michael D.
LC no. 2005013510
ISBN 082047861X paperback alkaline paper
Other Titles Essays on virtual music culture