“...And they had Pro Tools". Rickert, T. and Salvo, M. Computers and Composition Online, 2006.
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[from intro:] This multimedia hypertext accompanies Thomas Rickert and Michael Salvo's Computers and Composition print-based essay titled "The Distributed Gesamptkunstwerk: Sound, Worlding, and New Media Culture." It is composed of three sections—Context, Continue, and Content—that further develop themes explored in the print essay and that provide musical examples of our work with the music software program Garageband. We provide more detailed descriptions of these sections below, but in brief, Context offers background information about composing the essay, the technologies involved, and the links that inform it. The Continue section presents substantial material that builds off of the print version of the essay, including extended discussions of bands such as The Flaming Lips, Sigur Rós, and more, that illuminate the concepts of worlding, prosumer, open culture, and so on. Lastly, the Content section offers sound files of our experiments with Garageband.
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	title = {“...{And} they had {Pro} {Tools}"},
	url = {http://cconlinejournal.org/rickert_salvo/start.htm},
	abstract = {[from intro:] This multimedia hypertext accompanies Thomas Rickert and Michael Salvo's Computers and Composition print-based essay titled "The Distributed Gesamptkunstwerk: Sound, Worlding, and New Media Culture." It is composed of three sections—Context, Continue, and Content—that further develop themes explored in the print essay and that provide musical examples of our work with the music software program Garageband. We provide more detailed descriptions of these sections below, but in brief, Context offers background information about composing the essay, the technologies involved, and the links that inform it. The Continue section presents substantial material that builds off of the print version of the essay, including extended discussions of bands such as The Flaming Lips, Sigur Rós, and more, that illuminate the concepts of worlding, prosumer, open culture, and so on. Lastly, the Content section offers sound files of our experiments with Garageband.},
	urldate = {2019-07-08},
	journal = {Computers and Composition Online},
	author = {Rickert, Thomas and Salvo, Michael},
	year = {2006},
	keywords = {DAWs}
}
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