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Trayle, Mark

Free Enterprise: Virtual Capital and Counterfeit Music at the End of the Century

1999

Leonardo Music Journal: Vol. 9. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press: 19-22.

In this article, the author conjectures about the nature of distributed composition and the socioeconomic implications of its application in a composition for networked credit card readers. The author addresses issues such as; how does a piece of computer network music reflect the virtual economy of the late twentieth century? And, was the “open form” music of the 1960s a bedfellow of organizational science?

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Wednesday 2 November 2005, by Rob Weale