Music chapter 1

Music chapter 1 - Music Reading Summaries Rock Chapter 1:...

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Music Reading Summaries Rock Chapter 1: Pages 1-39 Entertainment industry grew rapidly after war, and in 1947 record companies had retail sales over 214 million Crooners : sweet voiced singers who used the microphone to create a sense of intimacy- with orchestral string backing Top 40 Radio programming: developed in early 1950’s by Todd Storz, disc jockey in Omaha, Nebraska. 40 because that was what the average jukebox had at the time. Payola : entailed record companies giving gifts to disc jockey’s who put their record on the air. Music Technology in Post War Era Magnetic tape recording, during 1930’s by Germans and Japanese was brought back to North America after the war. This recording could capture full range of musical sounds and aloud musicians to rerecord parts of their song they weren’t happy with. Les Paul: “overdub” that designed his own eight track tape recorder which sounded like an ensemble of six or more guitars 1940’s: audiotape rather than transcription discs
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2012 for the course MUSIC 2700 taught by Professor Sanden during the Spring '09 term at UWO.

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