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Philip Sherburne. "click/" (2001).
Diedrich Diederichsen. "clicks" (2001).
Oval: cross selling (excerpt) (from Diskont94 mille plateaux, 1995).
Net Music Faces Patent Squeeze
Sounds of Silence: Waiting for On-Line Music
Cybersnooping for Sounds and Images, Not Suspects
"Botticelli and the Martians," The Economist Review. July 19, 1997, p.11. (handout)
Luigi Russolo. The Art of Noises (1913).
Nurse With Wound: A Precise History of Industrial Music (from A Sucked Orange, United Dairies, 1989).
Michael Slater. P2P may rise . . .
Linden deCarmo. Media Alert-New digital rights . . .
Chris Riding. "Drowning in the Microgallery," in Resisting the Virtual Life. San Francisco: City Lights, 1995.
Chris Dobrian. Music and Language.
Music with Whales.
Dialtones: A Telesymphony. (Audio files on site.)
Jeremy Welsh. "Power, Access, and Ingenuity - Electronic Imaging Technologies and Contemporary Visual Art," in Culture, Technology and Creativity in the late Twentieth Century.
Jeff Howe. "Licensed to Bill," Wired, October, 2001.
Barbara S.J. Balch and Dennis Bathory-Kitsz. Composing a New Language.
Philip Tugg. Notes on the Semiotics of Music.
Kimbrew McLeod. A History of Turntablism.
Nicholas Cook. Between Process and Product: Music and/as Performance.
David Colman. "The Art Screen Scene," Art Forum, September, 1995.
Gerfried Stocker. Takeover - Who's Doing the Art of Tomorrow?
Martinez, Jose Luis. Semiotics and the Art Music of India.
Musique Concrete (not a lot of text here, but some visual aids that illustrate some basic techniques and working methods within the genre)
Adam Douglas. Here Comes That Sound: Musique Concrete.