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Sonic Arts - A Producers Perspective

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Phil Smith

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Transcript of Sonic Arts - A Producers Perspective

SONIC ARTS
by Phil Smith
ME
Performer
A History Lesson
Digital Audio Workstations
Software FM Synths
“We shape our tools and thereafter our tools shape us.” (McLuhan, 1994)
References
Sound Engineer
Sound Designer
Composer
Music Producer
"How has the development of frequency modulation (FM) synthesis shaped the sonic landscape for producers of electronic music?"
20s/30s - Electronic Instruments
40s/50s - Electroacoustic Tape / Musique concrète
60s - Live Electronic Music / That lab in Stanford
John Chowning
70s - FM Patented & Licensed to Yamaha
80s - MIDI / DX7
90s - Chiptunes / Rise of The PC
90s - Chiptunes / Rise of The PC
00s - Rise of the Bedroom Producer
"How has the development of frequency modulation (FM) synthesis shaped the sonic landscape for producers of electronic music?"
A producers perspective
McLuhan, M., 1994. Understanding media: The extensions of man. Cambridge: MIT Press.
Chowning, J. M., 1973. The Synthesis of Complex Audio Spectra by Means of Frequency Modulation. Journal of the audio engineering society, 21(7), p. 526–534.
Holmes, T., 2008. Early Computer Music. In: Electronic and Experimental Music: Technology, Music, and Culture. London: Routledge, p. 257.
McGee, R., 2009. John Chowning: Overview, Techniques, and Compositions. [Online]
Available at: http://www.lifeorange.com/writing/ChowningAnalysis_McGee.pdf
Arthur, W. B., 2009. The Nature of Technology: What It Is and How It Evolves. London: Penguin
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