Music and the Internet

@article{Jones2000MusicAT,
  title={Music and the Internet},
  author={S. Jones},
  journal={Popular Music},
  year={2000},
  volume={19},
  pages={217-230}
}
The fact is, if you want to make a difference in music, you have to change the machine. (Christie 1998) In my book Rock Formation I borrowed from Walter Ong and Jacques Attali when I noted that, ‘The ability to record sound is power over sound.’ (Jones 1992, p. 51) I continue to believe that statement to be true. Arguments that I then made about the increasing role computers would play in the production of music have been borne out. They were not hard forecasts to make: one only had to imagine… Expand
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