visión de conjunto:Críticas 'The contributors share profound insights on a variety of subjects and demonstrate tools and methodologies that address the unique challenges of electroacoustic music analysis. Composers performers analysts and educators will find this collection to be a valuable source of course readings analytical examples and creative inspiration. It is also an essential book for college and university library collections that support music technology music theory and electroacoustic music composition programs.' Joel V. Hunt Notes Reseña del editor Innovations in music technology bring with them a new set of challenges for describing and understanding the electroacoustic repertoire. This edited collection presents a state-of-the-art overview of analysis methods for electroacoustic music in this rapidly developing field. The first part of the book explains the needs of differing electroacoustic genres and puts forward a template for the analysis of electroacoustic music. Part II discusses the latest ideas in the field and the challenges associated with new technologies while Part III explores how analyses have harnessed the new forces of multimedia and includes an introduction to new software programme EAnalysis which was created by the editors as the result of an Arts and Humanities Research Council grant. The final part of the book demonstrates these new methods in action with analyses of key electroacoustic works from a wide range of genres and sources. Descripción del libro Innovations in music technology bring with them a new set of challenges for describing and understanding the electroacoustic repertoire. This edited collection presents a state-of-the-art overview of analysis methods for electroacoustic music with analyses of key electroacoustic works from a wide range of genres and sources. Biografía del autor Simon Emmerson is Professor of Music Technology and Innovation at De Montfort University Leicester. As a composer he works mostly with live electronics recently for Sond'Arte (Lisbon) and acousmatic work for the Inventionen Festival (Berlin). His books include The Language of Electroacoustic Music (1986) Music Electronic Media and Culture (2000) and Living Electronic Music (2007). In 2009–10 he was DAAD Edgar Varese Visiting Professor at the Technische Universität Berlin.Leigh Landy directs the Music Technology and Innovation Research Centre at De Montfort University. His scholarship is divided between creative and musicological work and his compositions have been performed around the globe. He is editor of the journal Organised Sound and author of several books including Understanding the Art of Sound Organization (2007) and Making Music with Sounds (2012). He directs the ElectroAcoustic Resource Site (EARS) projects and is a founding director of the Electroacoustic Music Studies Network (EMS).