AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis chapter is part of an interdisciplinary volume, drawing from sociology, geography, ethnomusicology, media, cultural, and communication studies, which covers a wide-range of topics germane to the production and consumption of place in popular music. This chapter focuses on the recording studio, primarily within a popular music context, in the following areas: as a physical place where its function relies on social interactions to encourage creativity; as a place where virtual auditory spaces are created; and as a place where music practice can ultimately ascribe unique identities.
CitationDockwray, R. (2022). The studio. In G. Stahl & J. M. Percival (Eds.), The Bloomsbury handbook of popular music, space and place (pp. 205-216). Bloomsbury.
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