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Title: Uma estética Low-Fi
Other Titles: técnicas tradicionais de impressão aplicadas ao contexto da música independente
Authors: Garcia, Manuel Filipe de Oliveira, 1982-
Advisor: Vilar, Emílio Távora, 1964-
Cordeiro, João
Keywords: Design de comunicação
Música
Indústria musical
Novas tecnologias
Issue Date: 2012
Abstract: This study aimed to find possibilities for the coexistence of digital and analogue media in the independent music scene. In order to contextualize the study it starts by describing the landscape of the musical industry since the beginning of the recorded music. It begins with a chronological review of the recording media to understand the progressive dematerialization levered by de digital technology. The dematerialization and the internet are the milestones for a changing paradigm with an impact on the music industry. Next it describes the way the digital media is changing the graphic design for musical projects. Some aspects are important like the democratization of the production resources and the possibilities of publishing provided by the internet. Some artists, who already grew up on the digital era, are using analogue processes as an inspiration. They produce physical objects which they promote using their digital skills and the potential of the internet. To try to identify publishing and disclosure habits in the independent music in Portugal we created a survey. Having the main findings of the research and the survey as a reference, we created a project entitled Colanimal. The purpose of this project is to spread and promote printing techniques and encourage the collaboration between musicians and designers creating posters and publications
Description: Tese de mestrado, Design de comunicação e Novos media, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2012
Peer Reviewed: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/5060
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