'An incredibly wide-ranging critical account of popular music. The book is an essential resource for all staff and students in the field' - John Storey, Centre for Research in Media and Cultural Studies, University of Sunderland Organized in accessible sections and covering the main themes of research and teaching it examines: ac The key approaches to understanding popular music ac The main settings of exchange and consumption ac The role of technology in the production of popular music ac The main genres of popular music ac The key debates of the present day Barbazon writes with verve and penetration. Her approach starts with how most people actually consume music today and transfers this onto the plain of study. The book enables teachers and students to shuffle from one topic to the other whilst providing an unparalleled access the core concepts and issues. As such, it is the perfect study guide for undergraduates located in this exciting and expanding field. Tara Brabazon is Professor of Communication at University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT).Prescient of later turntablism, Paul Hindemith and Ernst Toch used the turntable as an instrument in Berlina#39;s 1930 ... the Walkman, did Panasonic announce that it would no longer produce its Technics line of analogue turntables. ... Through such techniques, the turntable becomes a in effect a a manual, analogue sampler .
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