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Terms Phonograph Effect : Any change in musical behavior in response to a change in sound technology. Some examples of phonograph effects: (early) Stravinsky wrote songs to fit the time limit of the recording technology. (later) People began listening to their own music everywhere once the Walkman was invented. (latest) DJs began using laptops and MP3s with arrival of DVS technology Technological Determinism : The idea that technology has unavoidable consequences on our society. People who believe in technological determinism believe that technology has effects on our societal structure and cultural values that cannot be prevented or changed no matter what. Auto-Tune : Software technology that is used for pitch correction in recorded music. uto-Tune locates the pitch of a recorded vocal, and moves that recorded information to the nearest “correct” note in a scale, which is selected by the user. Nowadays, also use to achieve “gerbil” or “robot” effect on singer’s voice. Ex. T-Pain, Lil Wayne, etc. T-Pain : Popularized the use of Auto-Tune software to create gerbil/robot effect Digital Sampling: most basic definition is rendering of sound into data. In the context of music, sampling is the act of taking a portion of a sound recording and reusing it in the creation of a
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