Modulations: A History of Electronic Music

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Modulations: A History of Electronic Music
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Language English
ISBN 1-891024-06-X

Modulations: A History of Electronic Music: Throbbing Words on Sound is a 2000 book edited by Peter Shapiro.[1][2] It is a companion piece to the documentary film Modulations: Cinema for the Ear.[3]

The book features Rob Young on the pioneers of electronic music, Simon Reynolds on krautrock, Peter Shapiro on disco & post-punk, Kodwo Eshun on house music, David Toop on hip hop, Mike Rubin on techno music, Chris Sharp on Drum and bass jungle, Tony Marcus on ambient music, Kurt Reighley on downtempo, and Michael Berk on the technology of electronic music.

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  1. ^ The Columbia History of Post-World War II America Mark Christopher Carnes - 2013 =0231511809 For information on the diverse genres of electronic dance music, see Peter Shapiro, ed., Modulations: A History of Electronic Music: Throbbing Words on Sound (2000). See also Sarah Thornton's musicological study Club Cultures: Music, ...
  2. ^ The Oxford Handbook of Computer Music - Page 352 0195331613 R. T. Dean - 2009 - Shapiro, P., ed. 2000. Modulations. A History of Electronic Music: Throbbing Words on Sound. New York: Caipirinha
  3. ^ The Music Documentary: Acid Rock to Electropop - Benjamin Halligan, Robert Edgar, Kirsty Fairclough-Isaacs - 2013 Page 193 1136311041- 4 For more on the role electronic instruments played in the development of electronic music see also the edited volume that accompanied the documentary: Peter Shapiro (ed.), Modulations: A History of Electronic Music: Throbbing Words on.