During the last two decades, the field of music production has attracted considerable interest from the academic community, more recently becoming established as an important and flourishing research discipline in its own right.
Producing Music presents cutting-edge research across topics that both strengthen and broaden the range of the discipline as it currently stands. Bringing together the academic study of music production and practical techniques, this book illustrates the latest research on producing music.
Focusing on areas such as genre, technology, concepts, and contexts of production, Hepworth-Sawyer, Hodgson, and Marrington have compiled key research from practitioners and academics to present a comprehensive view of how music production has established itself and changed over the years.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part One|109 pages
Music Production and Genre
chapter 2|23 pages
Socio-Technical Networks and Music Production Competencies
chapter 4|23 pages
The DAW, Electronic Music Aesthetics, and Genre Transgression in Music Production
part Two|110 pages
Music Production and Technology
chapter 11|15 pages
Popular Music Production in Laptop Studios
chapter 12|15 pages
Real-Time, Remote, Interactive Recording Sessions
part Three|51 pages
Concepts of Production
part Four|50 pages
The Context of Production