Musicianship in the Digital Age

Date

2012

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Cambridge Scholars Press

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Book chapter

Peer reviewed

Yes

Abstract

This chapter covers key concepts in representing, processing and distributing music digitally. Why understanding these is important to a musician these days. The book is aimed primarily at music educators and music academics with the aim of stimulating discussion and curriculum innovation around the teaching and learning of musicianship. Therefore an outline of the current state of knowledge in this area and some guidance about how understanding this can assist a musician’s development is appropriate. Chapters are written for a well-educated reader who is musically experienced but may not be familiar with digital music.

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Keywords

musicianship, digital

Citation

Hugill, A. (2012) Musicianship in the Digital Age. In: Brown, A. (ed.) Sound Musicianship: Understanding the Crafts of Music . Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press

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Research Institute

Music, Technology and Innovation - Institute for Sonic Creativity (MTI2)