Abstract: The article outlines the views of the Canadian pianist Glenn Gould (1932-1982) on the role of sound recording in the creative process, formed as a result of his artistic practice.
Keywords: sound recording, audio production, sound plans, editing, creative process, radio documentary, sound perspective, spatial interpretation of the music score.
Prepared for publication in the collected papers of the XVI international scientific and practical conference “Cultural Studies, Art History and Philology: Contemporary Views and Scientific Research”.
In the second half of the 20th century, art entered a new phase – the technological one. This transition has caused truly tectonic shifts in the process of producing an artistic product and raised several serious questions, the most important of which is the question of the role of technology in the creative process: should technology (including sound recording technology) be considered a purely utilitarian means of fixing an artwork, or is it an integral part of the creative process? Read the full story »
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