Industrial music Ebooks & Tutorials

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  1. foster911

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    These ones are free:

    EXPLORING THE EVOLUTION OF INDUSTRIAL MUSIC:
    A HISTORICAL AND ANALYTICAL PERSPECTIVE

    A thesis submitted to the Graduate Council of
    Texas State University in partial fulfillment
    of the requirements for the degree of
    Master of Music
    with a Major in Music

    May 2014

    https://digital.library.txstate.edu/bitstream/handle/10877/4987/VECCHIO-THESIS-2014.pdf?sequence=1

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    INDUSTRIAL MUSIC FOR INDUSTRIAL PEOPLE:
    THE HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF AN UNDERGROUND GENRE

    A thesis submitted to the
    College of Music
    In partial fulfillment of the
    requirements for the degree of
    Master of Music
    Degree Awarded:
    Summer Semester, 2007

    http://bookzz.org/book/2345053/96269b

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    These ones are not free:

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    Assimilate: A Critical History of Industrial Music


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    Trangression and Provocation: Industrial Music


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    Industrial Culture Handbook: Re # 6/7


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    The Industrial Revolution - Twentieth Anniversary Edition





    Could you please name your favorites (Ebook or Video)?
    Thanks so much!
     
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  3. foster911

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    This is the excellent station in the whole internet (really annoying even more terrifying than getting haunted by daemons). It absolutely will change your taste forever like mine. I doubt its tracks have been selected by humans. Do you know how to dance to this? With the devil?


    I have listened to lots of stations but this one is unique. I really do not know what to call this. Better than industrial or noise musics. Never ever boring and so so serious. Creating tracks like these needs I don't know ... . I have read some music theory books but they will not help. Most people are talking about sound designing but before that you should let your inside be inspired with this kind.

    Doomed: Dark music for tortured souls
    http://voxsc1.somafm.com:8304/listen.pls
    (during listening just close your eyes. It would help you to feel the reverberance better)
    Go to the original site for having better quality.
     
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    Not much related to industrial at first glance but sad. There are lots of dark stations but this one is all about neoclassic. I mean most people think that creating dark musics relates much to sound designing but this one is about composition by real instruments than DAWs using virtual sounds. To be honest I like composition more than sound designing because it's more understandable and permanent and also do not deal with random processes and really needs high degree of music knowledge.

    Sad Classical Music (I am sure you're gonna love this)
    (((Classical Music has always been my favorite style of music. Its emotional complexity is simply unrivaled and so timeless. My taste has always slanted towards the darker and sadder compositions within the genre, so wanted to make a site dedicated to exploring some of the best bands and composers creating contemporary classical music, with a melancholy air to it.)))
    http://www.sadclassicalmusic.com/sadclassicalmusic.pls
     
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    Some more things of interest:

    The Art of Noise; Luigi Russolo, 1913
    Japanoise; David Novak, 2013 (this was supposedly released with a Creative Commons license, but appears to be 100% commercial now)
    Noise in and as music; Aaron Cassidy & Aaron Einbond, 2013
    Composing with Tape Recorders (Musique concrète for beginners); Terence Dwyer, 1971 (commercial)
    Immersion Into Noise; Joseph Nechvatal, 2011
    Metal Machine Music: Technology, Noise, and Modernism in Industrial Music 1975-1996; Jason James Hanley, 2011
     
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    Wow...I ll get to this as soon I recover ....
    foster911
     
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