This paper examines the dymics that music subdisciplines bring to record production and seeks to clarify meaning for the recordings as virtual constructs of subdiscipliry encounters. This is detailed in a three stage investigation and subsequently argues for a collaborative approach to achieving increased understanding of the simultaneous action of several levels of musical reality, towards a trans-subdiscipliry ecology of music-making.
The Art of Record Production (2005)
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