Career Building Through Digital Sampling and Remixing
The Rosen Publishing Group, Jan 1, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
The digital technology skills that teenagers are developing as hobbies can turn into professional opportunities. Today's culture is being enlarged and redefined by digital technologies. Among them are digital sampling and remixing, in which musical artists sample and remix existing materials as core components of their own work. Career Building Through Digital Sampling and Remixing explores the phenomenon and success of digital media in and of itself, as well as how the teen reader may expand upon his or her particular digital skills and use them as a foundation for a career.
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ONE Sampling and Remixing
CHAPTER TWO Success Stories
CHAPTER THREE Know Yourself Grow Yourself
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