Sampling Digital Music Culture With Sound Unbound

The phenomena of sampled music, mashups and other audio fruits of the digital revolution are explored in Paul D. Miller’s “Sound Unbound.” Boasting a forward by Boing Boing guru Cory Doctorow and essays by talents such as Chuck D, Jonathan Lethem, Brian Eno, and Vijay Iyer, Miller — also known as DJ Spooky — has put together a book that captures the zeitgeist of the age in music.

Plus, you get an audio CD with tracks from such diverse sources as Sonic Youth, William Burroughs, and Philip Glass.

“Sound Unbound” is s must-read for digital music enthusiasts and people who just want to understand this phenomenon better.

Read the table of contents and sample chapters here, and purchase here or through the book’s website.

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One response to “Sampling Digital Music Culture With Sound Unbound

  1. & if that sort of thing spins your crank (doesn’t mine!) read Jeff Noon’s “Needle in the Groove”

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