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Contents Acknowledgments 000 chapter one Introduction: Wired Sound and Sonic Cultures 000 Paul D. Greene chapter two Reaching "Overseas": South African Sound Engineers, Technology, and Tradition 000 Louise Meintjes chapter three "The Disc Is Not the Avenue": Schismogenetic Mimesis in Samba Recording 000 Frederick J. Moehn chapter four Nigel Pegrum, "Didjeridu-Friendly Sections," and What Constitutes an "Indigenous" CD: An Australian Case Study of Producing "World Music" Recordings 000 Karl Neuenfeldt chapter five Music Mediated as Live in Austin: Sound, Technology, and Recording Practice 000 Thomas Porcello chapter six Media as Social Action: Native American Musicians in the Recording Studio 000 Beverley Diamond chapter seven Engineering Techno-Hybrid Grooves in Two Indonesian Sound Studios 000 Jeremy Wallach chapter eight Short-Circuiting Perceptual Systems: Timbre in Ambient and Techno Music 000 Cornelia Fales chapter nine "Heaviness" in the Perception of Heavy Metal Guitar Timbres: The Match of Perceptual and Acoustic Features over Time 000 Harris M. Berger and Cornelia Fales chapter ten Mixed Messages: Unsettled Cosmopolitanisms in Nepali Pop 000 Paul D. Greene chapter eleven The Soundscape of the Radio: Engineering Modern Songs and Superculture in Nepal 000 Ingemar Grandin chapter twelve Music and the Rise of Radio in Twenties America: Technological Imperialism, Socialization, and the Transformation of Intimacy 000 Timothy D. Taylor chapter thirteen Afterword 000 Thomas Porcello List of Contributors 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
World music -- History and criticism.
Sound -- Recording and reproducing.