Pierre Bordieu und Electronic Dance Music. Musikgeschmack als Unterscheidungsmerkmal ab 5.99 EURO 1. Auflage.
23 classic Blues hits for electronic keyboard and published as part of the Easy Keyboard Library Series. Includes timeless classics such as Black Magic Woman, Georgia On My Mind,Mood Indigo and Mustang Sally.
The Easy Keyboard Library series features simplified melodies and chords for beginner keyboard players. With a fantastic variety of styles and artists to choose from, there really is something to suit every taste
´Keyboard Basics 2´ follows on directly from book 1 and introduces bass-clef reading, key signatures and scales. ´Echo playing´ and simple improvisation encourage pupils to play by ear and develop good aural skills. Packed with the widest variety of musical styles from classical to contemporary, and full of fantastic illustrations, Sarah Walker´s ´Electronic Keyboard Basics´ a great way to learn!
This book is for musical makers and artists who want to gain knowledge and inspiration for your own amazing creations. Grumpy Mike Cook, co-author of several books on the Raspberry Pi and frequent answerer of questions of the Arduino forums, brings you a fun and instructive mix and simple and complex projects to help you understand how the Arduino can work with the MIDI system to create musical instruments and manipulate sound. In Part I youll find a set of projects to show you the possibilities of MIDI plus Arduino, covering both the hardware and software aspects of creating musical instruments. In Part II, you learn how to directly synthesize a wave form to create your own sounds with Arduino and concludes with another instrument project: the SpoonDuino. Finally, in Part III, youll learn about signal processing with the Arduino Uno and the Due - how to create effects like delay, echo, pitch changes, and realtime backwards audio output. If you want to learn more about how to create music, instruments, and sound effects with Arduino, then get on board for Grumpy Mikes grand tour with Arduino Music and Sound Projects. Mike Cook has been making electronic things since he was at school in the 60s. A former Lecturer in Physics at Manchester Metropolitan University, he has written more than three hundred computing and electronics articles in the pages of computer magazines for 20 years starting in the 1980s, mainly for The Micro User and Acorn Computing . Leaving the University after 21 years when the Physics department closed down, he got a series of proper jobs where he designed digital TV set top boxes and access control systems. Now retired and freelancing, he spends his days surrounded by wires, exhibiting at Maker Fairs, and patrolling the Arduino forum as Grumpy Mike. He is the co-author of three books about the Raspberry Pi, all published by Wiley: Raspberry Pi For Dummies, First and Second editions (with Sean McManus); Raspberry Pi Projects (with Andrew Robison); and Raspberry Pi Projects for Dummies (with Jonathan Evans). He also has a monthly column in The MagPi , an online and print magazine published by the Raspberry Pi foundation.
23 classic wartime songs made famous for electronic keyboard and published as part of the Easy Keyboard Library Series. Includes such classics such as There´ll Always Be and England, It´s A Long Way To Tipperary and We´ll Meet Again.
The Clarity M is a veritable audio toolbox that helps you make crucial mix and mastering decisions - every second of the day, every day of the year.With its 7 high-resolution display, seamless DAW-integration and precision meters, it will greatly improve your mix and keep you in compliance when delivering to specs.The dedicated stereo and surround tools make the Clarity M equally perfect for music production, film and drama and is recommended for all studio environments.Main Features- Stereo and 5.1 Audio Meter for Mixing, Mastering and Post Production- 7 High Resolution Display for Precision Metering- USB Connection for Seamless Plug-In MeteringThe Clarity M supports plug-in metering via all modern plug-in standards, giving you the freedom to work with any DAW you prefer.- Pro Tools (AAX Native)- Cubase, Nuendo, Wavelab, Premiere and more (VST)- Logic Pro, Final Cut Pro (Audio Units)
23 classic tunes for electronic keyboard and published as part of the Easy Keyboard Library Series. Includies timeless classics such as Axel F, Dambuster´s March, The James Bond Theme, The Pink Panther and Star Wars.
Seminar paper from the year 2014 in the subject American Studies - Miscellaneous, grade: 1,0, University of Frankfurt (Main) (Institut für England- und Amerikastudien), course: Sound Ideas, language: English, abstract: Electronic music is everywhere. In the digital age it has never been easier for everyone among us to not only listen to compositions fashioned entirely with the help of modern technology, without a single tone being produced by a classic instrument, but to become part of the creative process as well. Basic sound recording and editing software is available for free online and each individual with access to a somewhat up to date personal computer and a stable internet connection could, theoretically, become an artist and composer in their own right. Dance, techno, trance and house music is featured regularly in the charts all over the world and has become a well accepted part of cultural life. This paper intends to look back on the origins of electronics in music, from the first experiments with recording mediums and the creative act of editing discs and tapes to the composition of the first pieces devoted exclusively to artificially generated sounds. The development from the early days of the French musique concrète to the German based elektronische Musik is traced by following the influence of the inspired genius Karlheinz Stockhausen from a small studio in Paris back to Cologne where he produced the formative works of this new branch of music, his Elektronische Studien I + II. The importance of Stockhausens achievements are then underlined by briefly comparing the progress pouring forth from the new unity of music and electronics in Europe and the United States and, more importantly, by exploring his legacy and the inspiration Karlheinz Stockhausen offered and still continues to provide to whole generations of new and popular musicians and composers.
American electronic music groups:Deep Dish, My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult, The Crystal Method, Garbage, Heavyweight Dub Champion, Sound Tribe Sector 9, Information Society, Gnarls Barkley, Passion Pit, Celldweller, Anything Box, Subatomic Sound System, Earthstar
23 classic songs for electronic keyboard and published as part of the Easy Keyboard Library Series. Includies timeless classics such as All Shook Up, Be-Bop-A-lula, Great Balls of Fire Summertime Blues.
Berlin School of Electronic Music:Electronic music, Klaus Schulze, Tangerine Dream, Ash Ra Tempel, Compact Disc, Krautrock