Music, media and technological creativity in the digital age
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Original versionI: Nordic Research in Music Education. Yearbook Vol. 18 2017, s. 9-22
Keynote on the 20th conference of the Nordic Network for Research in Music Education: “Technology and creativity in music education”. - March 8–10, 2016, Hedmark University College, Hamar, Norway The creative use of new digital technology has changed how music is produced, distributed, and consumed, as well as how music sounds. In this keynote, I will begin by examining some creative examples of music production in the digital age, focusing on two new sonic expressions within the field of popular music that have been produced through the unorthodox application of the digital audio workstation, or DAW, and more precisely through manipulations of rhythm and manipulations of the voice, respectively. Then I will discuss new patterns of use and personalized music “consumption,” using playlist creation in streaming services as my point of departure. Lastly, I will address how the two spheres of production and consumption meet in the so-called prosumption practices that have arisen in the digital era in the form of remix, sample and mashup music.
Keynote on the 20th conference of the Nordic Network for Research in Music Education: “Technology and creativity in music education” - March 8–10, 2016, Hedmark University College, Hamar, Norway
Nordisk musikkpedagogisk forskning;Årbok 18