Register, Dialect, Convolution and ‘Crosstalk’: reflections on ‘… the zones of influence and hybridity between electroacoustic, acousmatique music, techno and IDM’

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Vaughan, MP;
(2016)

This paper explores the hybridisation of musical elements, particularly between those that foreground the use of technology across popular and art music. In its original form, the paper was presented to a conference Embracing rhythm … welcoming abstraction ( … on the zo... View more
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