Technology and Production

Petesen, George
August 2007
Mix;Aug2007, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p10
The article looks at how technology has influenced the arts such as music and vice versa. It is pointed out that technology has made such a gigantic effect on sound recording production processes that hearing a 78 rpm record has become a novelty. It is observed that just as a fine acoustic guitar or a grand piano can inspire the music creation process, so can a collection of 78 rpm records.


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