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Abstract for 'Lo-Fi Aesthetics in Popular Music Discourse' Adam Harper. Wadham College, University of Oxford. Submitted Hilary Term 2014. During the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, 'lo-fi,' a term suggesting poor sound quality, the opposite of 'hi-fi,' became a characteristic perceived in certain popular-music recordings and eventually emerged as a category within.
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This lo-fi aesthetic is particularly prominent in harder techno, lo-fi and glitch, where unusual found sounds, sonic degradation and distortion assume important rhythmic and melodic roles. DIY DIRT Bit-crushing and sample rate reduction: Synonymous with early digital hardware and primitive computer music, the gnarly fuzz of bit-crushing is prominently employed in lo-fi sound design.
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Lo-Fi aesthetics in popular music discourse Abstract: During the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, 'lo-fi,' a term suggesting poor sound quality, the opposite of 'hi-fi,' became a characteristic perceived in certain popular-music recordings and eventually emerged as a category within independent or 'indie' popular music.
Explore the history of lo-fi from the garage-psych '60s through the post-punk '70s and the DIY '90s until today.
Lo-Fi Musicians: Tape Heroes Of The 80s And 90s Home taping in the 80s didn’t kill the record industry, but the lo-fi format gave a voice to those that the mainstream didn’t always have an ear.