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Delalande, François

D’une technologie àl’autre

2003b

Tuesday 28 March 2006, by Pierre Couprie

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In this article the author discusses how the 1948 sound revolution involved a transfer from one technology (music scoring) to another technology (electroacoustic devices). He addresses five main issues:
- The 1948 sound revolution: the transfer of technology.
- The emancipation of the ear as a revolution in deferent types of music: jazz, rock, electroacoustic, Baroque music recording.
- Electroacoustic music as a new musical paradigm alongside the two traditional paradigms - the scored music tradition and the oral tradition.
- The appearance of the home studio in the 1970s and its importance for amateur musicians.
- The birth of new tools: listening tools.

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