DNA 8 Looking At Music - Softcover


  • The performance of computer-generated music breaks with the codes that have been established for concerts: the audience can no longer watch as music is created, and the causal relationship between action and sound has been cut. 
  • The laptop performance has evolved into a format in which the audience stares at people staring at screens. Looking at Musicexamines the role that visibility plays in the experience of music. 
  • How important is the live quality to the future of musical performance? Screenshots of “algoraves” or virtual reality stars like Hatsune Miku reinsert visual stimuli on a variety of levels, in kuduro the musical focus is on the dance expertise—meanwhile, other musicians have long since abandoned the idea of the stage-centred spectacle... 

Pages: 80 

Published: July 2021 

Size (cm: 15 x 23 x 0.5  

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