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 New,The Oxford Handbook of Music and Virtuality

  • Editor: Rambarran, Shara
  • Editor: Whiteley, Sheila

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Contents

  • List of Figures and Tables
  • Companion Website and List of Musical Examples
  • List of Contributors
  • Acknowledgements
  • Preface
  • Andy Bennett
  • Introduction
  • Sheila Whiteley
  • PART 1 The Pre-Digital Virtual
  • Introduction
  • 1 In Seventeenth Heaven: Virtual Listening and its Discontents
  • Christian Lloyd
  • 2 Nothing is Real: The Beatles as Virtual Performers
  • Philip Auslander and Ian Inglis
  • 3 Tom, Jerry and the Virtual Virtuoso
  • Sheila Whiteley
  • 4 Bring that Beat Back: Sampling as Virtual Collaboration
  • Rowan Oliver
  • 5 An Analysis of Virtuality in the Creation and Reception of the Music of Frank Zappa
  • Paul Carr
  • PART 2 Vocaloids, Holograms and Virtual Pop Stars
  • Introduction
  • 6 Vocaloids and Japanese Virtual Vocal Performance: The Cultural Heritage and Technological Futures of Vocal Puppetry
  • Louise H. Jackson and Mike Dines
  • 7 Hatsune Miku and Japanese Virtual Idols
  • Rafal Zaborowski
  • 8 Hatsune Miku, 2.0Pac and Beyond: Rewinding and Fast-Forwarding the Virtual Pop Star
  • Thomas Conner
  • 9 Feel Good with Gorillaz and Reject False Icons: The Fantasy Worlds of the Virtual Group and their Creators
  • Shara Rambarran
  • PART 3 Second Life
  • Introduction
  • 10 Avatar Rockstars: Constructing Musical Personae in Virtual Worlds
  • Trevor S. Harvey
  • 11 Performing Live in Second Life
  • Justin Gagen and Nicholas Cook
  • 12 Live Opera Performance in Second Life: Challenging Producers, Performers and the Audience
  • Marco Antonio Chavez-Aguayo
  • PART 4 Authorship, Creativity and Musicianship
  • Introduction
  • 13 We Are, The Colors: Collaborative Narration and the Experimental Construction of a Non-Existent Band
  • Alon Ilsar and Charles Fairchild
  • 14 Music in Perpetual Beta: Composition, Remediation, and 'Closure'
  • Paul Draper and Frank Millward
  • 15 Justin Bieber Featuring Slipknot: Consumption as Mode of Production
  • Ragnhild Brovig-Hanssen
  • 16 Human After All: Understanding Negotiations of Artistic Identity through the Music of Daft Punk
  • Cora S. Palfy
  • 17 Virtual Bands: Recording Music Under the Big Top
  • David Tough
  • PART 5 Communities and the World-Wide-Web
  • Introduction
  • 18 Uploading to Carnegie Hall: The First YouTube Symphony Orchestra
  • Shzr Ee Tan
  • 19 The Listener as Remixer: Mix Stems in Online Fan Community and Competition Contexts
  • Samantha Bennett
  • 20 Sample Sharing: Virtual Laptop Ensemble Communities
  • Benjamin O'Brien
  • 21 Stone Tapes: Ghost Box, Nostalgia, and Post-War England
  • David Pattie
  • 22 From Hypnagogia to Distroid: Postironic Musical Renderings of Personal Memory
  • Adam Trainer
  • 23 Bands in Virtual Spaces, Social Networking and Masculinity
  • Danijela Bogdanovic
  • PART 6 Sonic Environments and Musical Experience
  • Introduction
  • 24 From Environmental Sound To Virtual Environment Enhancing: Consuming Ambiance as Listening Practice
  • Thomas Brett
  • 25 App Music
  • Jeremy Wade Morris
  • 26 Alternative Virtuality. Independent Micro Labels Facing the Ideological Challenge of Virtual Music Culture: The Case of Finnish Ektro Records
  • Juho Kaitajarvi-Tiekso
  • 27 Everybody Knows There is Here: Surveying the Indexi-Local in CBC Radio 3
  • Michael Audette-Longo
  • 28 Mind Usurps Program: Virtuality and the New Machine Aesthetic of Electronic Dance Music
  • Benjamin Halligan
  • PART 7 Participatory Culture and Fundraising
  • Introduction
  • 29 Virtual Music, Virtual Money: The Impact of Crowdfunding Models on Creativity, Authorship and Identity
  • Mark Thorley
  • 30 With a Little Help From My Friends, Family and Fans. DIY, Participatory Culture and Social Capital in Music Crowdfunding
  • Francesco D'Amato
  • 31 Music and Crowdfunded Websites: Digital Patronage and Artist-Fan Interactivity
  • Justin Williams and Ross Wilson
  • PART 8 Authors' Blog: Final Thoughts on Music and Virtuality
  • Ed. Paul Carr
  • PART 9 Glossary
  • Ed. Shara Rambarran
  • Index