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Popular Music - No Suprises by Radio Head
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Popular Music – No Surprises by Radio Head Everything that we know of today in the modern 21st century era including music and its industry worldwide has undergone a sea change in the last century. From the slow to the fast paced, from the analogue to the digital, from the manual to the automatic, from large sized and clumsy to the miniaturised and elegant, from the obscure and backward to the clear and futuristic.
It is about the synthesis of creative ideas over sophisticated technology. The concept of tracks, multi track recording, mixing, mastering and audio effects was unknown in the beginning of the last century. With the transition of the globe from the industrial era into the silicon era marked with the steady rise in popularity of computer systems and its various innovative digital systems work was simplified, automated and refined by leaps and bound. Similarly in the area of music, makers of music have extensively benefitted from the ready availability of technology at hand to simply work and increase productivity. The effect – more number of albums released, bigger and more complex musical projects executed with ease, a stark change in the ‘sound’ of the music from the early 20th century to late 20th century. Similarly, application, perception and the entire perspective of music has undergone a change. From being used as a tool to organise movements, address social and humanitarian issues, identify a community to usage for pure entertainment address global issues and most importantly for making a living out of music. ...
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