Digital music. Storia e implicazioni teoriche

Giacomo Fronzi

Abstract


The use of digital tools to produce, reproduce and listen to the music have revolu-tionized the traditional relationships between composer (or musician), performer, producer and listener. In this paper, I try to draw up the historical development of digitalization of the three phases that articulate the music experience (production, reproduction, listening) today, with some considerations about the aesthetic im-plications related to these processes.

Keywords


Digital music; Listening; Aesthetics of music

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