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Introduction to Social distinction in the 21st recording studio by Amandine Pras

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Introduction to Social distinction in the 21st recording studio by Amandine Pras

The recording studio represents a creative workplace with audio technology that deserves more attention from the Social Sciences and Humanities. Since the beginning of the 21st century, the traditional studio with large console desks and other expensive pieces of analog hardware has been largely replaced by Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) that only require a computer and a sound interface, and that include software programs that emulate analog audio technology and acoustic instruments to record, arrange, produce, edit, mix, and master. Being much cheaper and more accessible than analog equipment and large acoustic venues, DAWs offer creation opportunities to musicians who live far from major cities, who may not have access to higher music education and well-equipped facilities, and/or who come from underdeveloped countries. DAWs also question the need for trained audio professionals as they blur role distinctions between engineers and musicians, and between producers and composers.



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