Music as a Metatechnical Thema

By Edward Tywoniak.

Published by The Social Sciences Collection

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This paper explores the central theme of music as a metatechnical construct that significantly shapes our consciousness as much as any other technology or technique.

Keywords: Music, Communication, Media Ecology, Philosophy of Technology, Music Technology, Ambient Music, Brian Eno, Leonard Bernstein

The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp.115-122. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.748MB).

Prof. Edward Tywoniak

Dr. Tywoniak is Associate Professor of Communication whose resesarch interests include media ecology, electronic musci composition, new media, and the philosophy of technology. He holds an MFA in electronic music composition from the Center for Contemporary Music at Mills College and an EdD from the University of San Francisco where his research involved the comparison of 18th and 21st century perspectives on technology and pedagogy. Dr. Tywoniak has written extensively on popular culture and the arts, media production technology and media ecology and has lectured worldwide on a variety of topics He has also composed and performed over 75 music compositions for theatrical productions.


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