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Master Thesis

Mélodie discrète (résistance & résilience)

Abstract : What kind of production a musician makes ? This old question emerges through the new fittings brought by digitization tools. These expériences are encrypted in the era of real individualism and hyper-real collectivism. Digitizating music, more than a mere mathematical coding, juggles with musical semasiology and onomasiology. This experiment has roots in the sound object, and goes up to the musical fact, only aiming at résistance and resilience.
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Jean Debaecker. Mélodie discrète (résistance & résilience). Sciences de l'information et de la communication. 2007. ⟨dumas-01734743⟩