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Tag Archives: mix
The Demise of the Triangular Mix: Why Has it happened?
In Alan Moore’s excellent paper with Ruth Dockwary, he discusses the demise of what he calls the ‘Triangular’ mix – which has been replaced by the ‘diagonal’. To get an understanding of this, listen the ‘The Wind Cry’s Mary’ by Jimi … Continue reading
Posted in podcast Tagged 1960s, Diagonal mix, hendrix, mix, musicology, paul carr, Triangular mix 4 Comments
Typology of Mixes: How do the change through time?
In today’s musicology lecture – we discussed a few ways in which a musical mix can be analyzed. It started by suggesting the following factors as a way to consider recorded sound. We need to think of this as a … Continue reading
Posted in Musicology Tagged Cluster, diagonal, double tracking, eq, frequency, mix, musicology, paul carr, recording studio, soundbox, stereo, studio mix, virtual Leave a comment
Music Analysis and the Elements of Music
Like I have done for the last few years, I gave my annual lecture to my musicology class regarding the ways that the Elements of Music (EOM) can be a good starting point for analysis. In the UK, the EOM … Continue reading
Posted in Musicology Tagged dynamics, elements of music, form, groove, harmony, lyrics, melody, mix, Music, national curriculum, paul carr, tempo, texture, the elements of music, timbre 2 Comments