Music and technology. Virtuality and metadesign : Sound art in the age of connectivity / Paulo C. chagas ; "when new media was the big idea" : Internet and the rethinking of pop-music languages / Gianni sibilla ; mediated stardom, constructed images : The value and functioning of authorship in popular music
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