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  • Political Mashup: Audio Report

    wercole on Acoustemologies
    I chose to hi-light the chronological layout of my report by placing all three artists in conjunction on the mashup and then splitting the verses by age of the artist, Tupac first, then Technique, then Macklemore. […]
    Posted April 15, 2013.
  • The Political Hip Hop Sub-genre

    The Political Hip Hop Sub-genre
    wercole on Acoustemologies
    Artists like Tupac Shakur, Immortal Technique and Macklemore use the lyricism and technique of hip hop culture to contribute a focused array of issues to a timeless community of musical artists that employ their […]
    Posted March 22, 2013.
  • Research Proposal

    wercole on Acoustemologies
    In Noise: The Political Economy of Music Jacques Attali discusses music in its relation to politics. This idea that music is both influencing and exposing of modern political themes, as well as providing of a […]
    Posted March 13, 2013.
  • A Day In The Life

    wercole on Acoustemologies
    I chose to open my audiography with silence. Silence represents the calm before the storm. When we are sleeping we do not process the sense data of the real world in a direct way. In reality the only silence is […]
    Posted February 12, 2013.
  • Douglass

    wercole on Acoustemologies
    In order to create a soundtrack that addresses the sounds cape of Fredrick Douglass’ self narrated life story, it seems prudent to attempt to transpose familiar sounds and patterns that might evoke emotions and […]
    Posted January 28, 2013.
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