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Tell others about this book Lorem About This is Not a Remix Widespread distribution of recorded music via digital networks affects more than just business models and marketing strategies; it also alters the way we understand recordings, scenes and histories of popular music culture. This Is Not a Remix uncovers the analog roots of digital practices and brings the long history of copies and piracy into contact with contemporary controversies about the reproduction, use and circulation of recordings on the internet. Borschke examines the innovations that have sprung from the use of recording formats in grassroots music scenes, from the vinyl, tape and acetate that early disco DJs used to create remixes to the mp3 blogs and vinyl revivalists of the 21st century. This is Not A Remix challenges claims that 'remix culture' is a substantially new set of innovations and highlights the continuities and contradictions of the Internet era. Through an historical focus on copy as a property and practice, This Is Not a Remix focuses on questions about the materiality of media, its use and the aesthetic dimensions of reproduction and circulation in digital networks. Through a close look at sometimes illicit forms of composition-including remixes, edits, mashup, bootlegs and playlists-Borschke ponders how and why ideals of authenticity persist in networked cultures where copies and copying are ubiquitous and seemingly at odds with romantic constructions of authorship. By teasing out unspoken assumptions about media and culture, this book offers fresh perspectives on the cultural politics of intellectual property in the digital era and poses questions about the promises, possibilities and challenges of network visibility and mobility.
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Some climate dangers have yet to materialize. We turned to some of our authors to find out — What do they think will be the most pressing climate change issue in the next 50 years? The most pressing climate change issue will be our capacity to provide adequate nutrition and water to every person on Earth. This is a challenge we already struggle with and climate change will increasingly cause droughts and extreme weather events. Both our water sources and agricultural production are sensitive to these climatic shifts.
Potential future food and water shortages will lead to increased global unrest and political tensions.
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The timing and geographic distribution of these movements is highly uncertain. They will, however, have a large impact on both the areas that lose population and the areas that gain population. And they will cause substantial economic, social, and political turbulence.
As one commentator noted: What legal status will the migrants have? How do we prepare the areas that are losing population, as well as those that are likely to find themselves with large unplanned in-migrations? It is time to start digging into these questions. In my view, the largest threat to Earth in the decades to come will be unsustainable human population growth.
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Preparing for a future of water change is essential regardless of how successful we are in reducing our greenhouse gas footprint. The transportation sector remains one of the largest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions, and thus represents the lowest-hanging fruit for governments looking to meet difficult carbon-reduction targets. Through our research, we've found that the Netherlands provides the best example of a clear path forward.
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This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable. The Remix Manual is a step-by-step guide that will bring you through the entire process of making your own professional-quality remixes. Whether you're a professional DJ or producer, or are just beginning to mix tracks, with this book, you can, turn a soulful ballad into a hit dance track, or make any Billboard hit your own. The Remix Manual covers creative processes, technical, legal, and contractual issues, a remix "walk-through," and useful contacts and links.
While technical aspects are explained in depth, you also get a pros advice on how to produce outstanding tracks by being aware of the original's message, style and emotion. A working musician and remixer, Simon Langford provides up-to-the-minute information on all aspects of the remix, from the latest software tips and tricks to timeless artistic advice. The creative side of remixing is explored from all angles, as a wide variety of industry insiders weigh in on key issues in exclusive interviews and quotes.
The companion website provides source files that illustrate all stages of the remix, plus demo versions of the hottest mixing software. Focal Press Book: The Remix Manual, 1st edition. Special Order Update Location close. Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time.