By Florian Grote
Florian Grote investigates how an area Berlin tune scene integrates on-line media into its cultural perform and why positioned interplay in golf equipment and at concerts is still probably the most very important sorts of conversation. according to targeted empirical facts and cutting edge analytical equipment, social events are defined that may simply take place as conversation within the box bargains with the potentials and demanding situations of on-line media. The interwoven types of on-line and offline job are awarded in a coherent version of public conversation inside of modern cultural perform. With its present subject and an cutting edge set of equipment, this examine covers new flooring for study within the cultural sciences of the electronic age.
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7 At the same time, some of the larger studios were able to continue working successfully. This is especially true for those studios that managed to build a strong identity for themselves, such as Abbey Road Studios in London or Hansa Studios in Berlin (Abbey Road 2012; Hansa Tonstudio 2012). In both cases, the studios were able to focus public attention on their history, with legendary recordings by the Beatles having been produced at Abbey Road, or David Bowie’s album productions at Hansa. Such studios with a respected name were regularly presented in the relevant publications (see for example Sound On Sound 2012), and they were frequented by many of the musicians who had benefited from the so-called democratization of music technology.
As we expand our equation, a is always a reference, which can be further expanded on. b: a as the distinction from everything that is not a, which is b. Naming the outside b does not specify it in any way, though. It is simply a synonym for “everything that is not a”, not meaning anything specific that is not a, but also something else. c: c as the distinction of a from b, distinguished from the outside that is neither b nor a in the context of b. By introducing and indicating the variable b, we have not just expanded our first equation, but indeed created a second, separate equation.
3 Communicating About Music In this study, the focus is on the phenomena of artistic and cultural practice that could be observed in a variety of social situations. Aesthetical considerations are taken into account whenever their embeddedness in a social situation made them accessible for observation. 1 What Can and Cannot be Said About Music? Discussions about music usually involve a great number of adjectives, such as “heavy”, “light”, “dark”, “mellow”, etc. These are all means to distinguish musical styles via categorizations.