Dancecult 6(1) now live. PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES AND STUDIO PRACTICE IN ELECTRONIC DANCE MUSIC CULTURE + guest edited by Ed Montano and Simon Zagorski-Thomas


Contents Guest Editors' Introduction— Ed Montano and Simon Zagorski-Thomas  Feature Articles Gateway of Sound: Reassessing the Role of Audio Mastering in the Art of Record Production— Carlo Nardi Old Instruments, New Agendas: The Chemical Brothers and the ARP 2600— Hans T. Zeiner-Henriksen The Creative Studio Practice of Contemporary Dance Music Sampling Composers— Justin Morey and Phillip McIntyre “Waiting for the Bass to Drop”: Correlations between Intense Emotional Experiences and Production Techniques in Build-up and Drop Sections of Electronic Dance Music— Ragnhild Torvanger Solberg Fruity Batidas: The Technologies and Aesthetics of Kuduro— Garth Sheridan A Proposed Typology of Sampled Material Within Electronic Dance Music— Robert Ratcliffe  From the Floor: Special Issue on Production Technologies and Studio Practice in Electronic Dance Music Culture
The Concrete and the Ephemeral of Electronic Music Production— Colin McGuire From Grapefruit to Plastic Surgery: Experiments in Contemporary Musique Concrète— Brian Speise  From the Floor
Along the Lines of the Roland TB-303: Three Perversions of Acid Techno— Botond Vitos
Laevorotation at Boom 2012— Reba T. Manuel  Reviews DJ Culture in the Mix: Power, Technology, and Social Change in Electronic Dance Music (eds. Bernardo Alexander Attias, Anna Gavanas and Hillegonda C. Rietveld)— Carlo Nardi Beyond the Dance Floor: Female DJs, Technology and Electronic Dance Music Culture (Rebekah Farrugia)— Hillegonda C Rietveld Popular Music in Evangelical Youth Culture (Stella Sai-Chun Lau)— Mark Evans Hip-Hop Turntablism, Creativity and Collaboration (Sophy Smith)— Mark Katz Pop-Rock Music: Aesthetic Cosmopolitanism in Late Modernity (Motti Regev)— Catherine Strong DANCECULT 6(1)