Brian Eno, Chris Cutler, and John Oswald on the Technological Reproducibility of Music

The essays by Eno and Cutler are seminal. I am also including Oswald’s essay. These are from an Anthology, Audio Culture: Readings in Modern Music, edited by Cox and Warner. Brian Eno, “The Studio as Compositional Tool,” John Oswald, “Bettered by the Borrower: The Ethics of Musical Debt,” and “Plunderphonia” by Chris Cutler Audio Culture.PDF

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