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KSU - JMC 20001 - JMC - Class Notes

School: Kent State University
Department: Journalism and Mass Communications
Course: Media, Power, Culture
Professor: Matthew Pallotta
Term: Fall 2018
Tags:
Name: JMC
Description: How music works
Uploaded: 09/14/2018
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background image Media and power culture week #3 IMPORTANT PEOPLE: Thomas Edison:  changed all of mass media for music with the phonograph (sounds= 
vibration)
Vocal are vibrating – air to vibration- moving air by microphone –
turning into electronical 
With a piece of tinfoil wrapped around a piece of cylinder (replay the 
grove)
Edison is the first to reproduce sound A vibrating needle point will leave indents on the piece of paper/ and 
play it back
Paper was first then tinfoil  Human voice vibrates a diaphragm moving a stylist – leave grooves on 
foil
Wizard of Mento Park- Thomas Edison (France Yale was his assistance)  Emile Berliner:  invented the Gramaphone which uses a disk THOMAS EDISION CHANGED TO MUSIC 
BUSINESS
  Sam Philips: widely recognized the father of rock n roll (Elvis Presley) sold contract 
to RCA
Music was central to the culture revolution in 1960 Taylor Swift: Removed herself of Spotify (protest for more money) 2017 went back on Credited for making Rock “n” Roll mainstream (white southern Artist) Chance the rapper:  Released Coloring Book became the first streaming only album to 
receive a Grammy
background image Glenn Ricther:  “the refiments in recording history, the technology allows the recording
engineers / producers to het a level of performances through multiple 
takes
(cassette player- eight tracks- cds- today technology Adele: sang “someone like you” and won a Grammy and showed intense 
emotion 
What is it about this song that aroused so much emotion? Professor Levitin – these respondous can be applied by science Experiment will real people using volume bars Example song Batoveen “moon light sonata” (similar to Adele 
song)
Arpachiated cord (Broken cord)- notes are played one at a time Jonney Mitchell – Master of the “just right amount of surprised” Aposatrea- a note that off key or a bit off to glades into other 
notes (creates tension)
To have a form of reperation and violating that it in different ways Stevey Wonder- “super Stiction” the cords are constantly 
changing
Adele used these example in her song (only four notes) Suprises us with a franatic vernetic tempo (you couldn’t predict her) Not only song but performance Sydney Herald: he magic of personalized music streaming service applies its own 
formula
Januaray 30 2017 songs played on Pandora will now count towards to its hot 
100 and alter song charts
 
Bill Evans:
150 years that would be very desenart – todayour ears are evolving  Gene Shelton: (worked for Motown) Motown was a cultured shift in America
Taking low town girls and molding them into stars (Berry Gordy)
Rosanne Cash: “it changed how artist make a living  1949 made 14 billion but today makes half 

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School: Kent State University
Department: Journalism and Mass Communications
Course: Media, Power, Culture
Professor: Matthew Pallotta
Term: Fall 2018
Tags:
Name: JMC
Description: How music works
Uploaded: 09/14/2018
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