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Launchpad Project File: Mashup Culture - Launchpad Pro
Launchpad Project File: Mashup Culture - Launchpad Pro
Published: 2013/07/03
Channel: Launchpad Pro
Madeon - Pop Culture (live mashup)
Madeon - Pop Culture (live mashup)
Published: 2011/07/11
Channel: Madeon
Mashup Culture (Launchpad Project file by Launchpad Pro) - SF
Mashup Culture (Launchpad Project file by Launchpad Pro) - SF
Published: 2014/06/22
Channel: SkinnyFingers
Mashup Culture Tutorial (Pt.1)
Mashup Culture Tutorial (Pt.1)
Published: 2013/08/24
Channel: Epikas
Mashup Culture - Launchpad Pro (Cooper Atkinson Performance)
Mashup Culture - Launchpad Pro (Cooper Atkinson Performance)
Published: 2015/06/08
Channel: Cooper Atkinson
Launchpad - Mashup Culture
Launchpad - Mashup Culture
Published: 2014/11/08
Channel: GabbZZDS
Mashup Culture Launchpad Cover
Mashup Culture Launchpad Cover
Published: 2015/11/06
Channel: VR SONIC
The Hood Internet: Making Mashups + Mashup Culture | DJTT TV
The Hood Internet: Making Mashups + Mashup Culture | DJTT TV
Published: 2013/06/14
Channel: DJ TechTools
Launchpad Mashup Culture Like
Launchpad Mashup Culture Like
Published: 2013/12/01
Channel: madsnip2
Mashup Culture By Launchpad Pro (Performance By Kayp)
Mashup Culture By Launchpad Pro (Performance By Kayp)
Published: 2015/11/10
Channel: Kayp Music
mashup culture
mashup culture
Published: 2014/02/16
Channel: Juan Miguel Altube
Mashup Culture (by Launchpad Pro) The Plastic Army Cover
Mashup Culture (by Launchpad Pro) The Plastic Army Cover
Published: 2014/02/15
Channel: Nagy Attila
TAK - K-Pop Culture (Mashup)
TAK - K-Pop Culture (Mashup)
Published: 2013/09/15
Channel: TAK
Mashup Culture - Launchpad Pro (Launchpad Live) cover
Mashup Culture - Launchpad Pro (Launchpad Live) cover
Published: 2014/01/27
Channel: TheTuk4n
Mashup Culture Launchpad Pro Cover - CEORackCity
Mashup Culture Launchpad Pro Cover - CEORackCity
Published: 2016/04/01
Channel: RackCity Records
Mashup-Germany - Culture Gabalier (Andreas Gabalier vs. 90s)
Mashup-Germany - Culture Gabalier (Andreas Gabalier vs. 90s)
Published: 2017/02/11
Channel: Mashup
Piano Culture (Launchpad Mashup)
Piano Culture (Launchpad Mashup)
Published: 2016/01/07
Channel: Zambuseta
Madeon - Pop Culture (Live Mashup Remix)
Madeon - Pop Culture (Live Mashup Remix)
Published: 2014/06/01
Channel: Minh Bear
TAK - K-Pop Culture 2015 (Live Mashup)
TAK - K-Pop Culture 2015 (Live Mashup)
Published: 2015/10/16
Channel: eoenetwork
Tahj Mowry Finds the Next Generation of Mashup Culture | Innovation Download
Tahj Mowry Finds the Next Generation of Mashup Culture | Innovation Download
Published: 2016/03/14
Channel: Mashable Brand X
Launchpad Pro - Mashup Culture (Walker Concepts Remix)
Launchpad Pro - Mashup Culture (Walker Concepts Remix)
Published: 2014/01/29
Channel: Walker Concepts
POP CULTURE (Memes Mashup)
POP CULTURE (Memes Mashup)
Published: 2017/09/15
Channel: Shany
Fan.tasia
Fan.tasia
Published: 2016/07/24
Channel: Lindsay McCutcheon
Full mashup culture  LBK , Launchpad cover
Full mashup culture LBK , Launchpad cover
Published: 2015/08/10
Channel: Miwai
Launchpad Pro - Mashup Culture (Cover)
Launchpad Pro - Mashup Culture (Cover)
Published: 2014/02/23
Channel: Ryan Foote
Zod!ac - Mashup Culture Cover
Zod!ac - Mashup Culture Cover
Published: 2013/10/25
Channel: Zod!ac
Wegh - Mashup Culture by Launchpad-pro.com (Cover)
Wegh - Mashup Culture by Launchpad-pro.com (Cover)
Published: 2014/05/25
Channel: Andrea Vaghi
Launchpad Mashup Culture Cover (liveplay)
Launchpad Mashup Culture Cover (liveplay)
Published: 2015/05/02
Channel: Dodong Jernick
Bollywood Mashup: Culture Night 2017
Bollywood Mashup: Culture Night 2017
Published: 2017/05/05
Channel: Amanat Gill
Mashup- culture clash- enviromentalist
Mashup- culture clash- enviromentalist
Published: 2008/02/21
Channel: Søren Lund Thinggaard
Mashup Culture Remix (Launchpad pro)
Mashup Culture Remix (Launchpad pro)
Published: 2015/04/02
Channel: Sharbrain
Mashup Culture Vol 2 All Tracks
Mashup Culture Vol 2 All Tracks
Published: 2012/06/27
Channel: samot07
[Teaser] TAK - 2015 K-Pop Culture (Live Mashup)
[Teaser] TAK - 2015 K-Pop Culture (Live Mashup)
Published: 2015/10/13
Channel: TAK
"Mashup Culture" - Launchpad Pro - Launchpad Cover by Ahom
"Mashup Culture" - Launchpad Pro - Launchpad Cover by Ahom
Published: 2014/03/29
Channel: Techris
full mashup culture impro..cover by Camilo
full mashup culture impro..cover by Camilo
Published: 2014/12/21
Channel: Camilo Restrepo
mashup culture cover by sergio solano (file project)
mashup culture cover by sergio solano (file project)
Published: 2014/03/04
Channel: Sergio Solano
Launchpad - Mashup Culture by Launchpad Pro (cover by E.MARK) part. 2
Launchpad - Mashup Culture by Launchpad Pro (cover by E.MARK) part. 2
Published: 2013/11/19
Channel: E.MARK
DJ LYNX Plays: Full Mashup Culture
DJ LYNX Plays: Full Mashup Culture
Published: 2017/04/01
Channel: DJ LYNX
Mashup culture
Mashup culture
Published: 2014/06/02
Channel: Ed Steiner Oanes
Shak   Daft Punk and Mashup Culture mix
Shak Daft Punk and Mashup Culture mix
Published: 2014/03/20
Channel: SHAK OOSeven
Mash-up: Culture & Identities
Mash-up: Culture & Identities
Published: 2015/02/27
Channel: Gabrielle Garcia
Paksoc Cultural Mashup: Egyptian Cultural Society
Paksoc Cultural Mashup: Egyptian Cultural Society's Pakistani Mashup
Published: 2015/12/16
Channel: DAG UNMC
Mashup Culture Part 1 (Launchpad Cover)
Mashup Culture Part 1 (Launchpad Cover)
Published: 2014/01/01
Channel: JJ Park
Mini Mashup Culture - A Launchpad Experiment
Mini Mashup Culture - A Launchpad Experiment
Published: 2014/02/10
Channel: JBT Prouductions
Full mashup culture(Launchpad cover)
Full mashup culture(Launchpad cover)
Published: 2014/09/06
Channel: 지민변
Culture club Vs Michael Jackson-Do you really want to rock my world-Paolo Monti mashup 2014
Culture club Vs Michael Jackson-Do you really want to rock my world-Paolo Monti mashup 2014
Published: 2014/10/22
Channel: Paolo Monti
Mashup Culture - Launchpad Pro (Launchpad live by Chang)
Mashup Culture - Launchpad Pro (Launchpad live by Chang)
Published: 2014/06/01
Channel: Chang Choi
P4R plays Full Mashup Culture (by launchpad Pro)
P4R plays Full Mashup Culture (by launchpad Pro)
Published: 2014/10/17
Channel: JereMiäs
Launchpad - Mashup Culture by Launchpad Pro (cover by E.MARK) part. 1
Launchpad - Mashup Culture by Launchpad Pro (cover by E.MARK) part. 1
Published: 2013/11/17
Channel: E.MARK
Migos - Bad And Boujee X What the Price (Mashup) CULTURE 💧🚙
Migos - Bad And Boujee X What the Price (Mashup) CULTURE 💧🚙
Published: 2017/02/10
Channel: hype
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Participants in an online music scene who rearrange spliced parts of musical pieces form Mashup Culture. The audio-files are normally in MP3 format and spliced with audio-editing software online. The new, edited song is called mashup.[1] The expression mashup culture is also strongly connected to mashup in music. Even though it is originally not a political community, the producer of mash-up music are related to the issue of copyright. Mashup Culture is even regarded as "a response to larger technological, institutional, and social contexts".[2]

History[edit]

The history of mashup culture in general can be dated back to the beginnings of dada and conceptual art. Artists such as Marcel Duchamp were the first to introduce already existing objects, which they rearranged and combined in collages, to the world of higher art.[3] These artists believed that even though certain artifacts were ascribed a certain meaning, this meaning could be altered through rearranging them and putting them into a new context. However, it was still quite a long way to the beginning of mashup culture in music. From the early 2000s on, music was more and more distributed through the internet. With the introduction of MP3 audio files, it became much easier to access and download music. Not only could music be accessed easier, it could also be transformed and mixed in ways that were not possible before. Especially for younger people, this new gained freedom when it came to the accessibility of audio files lead to the development of a new form of cult around the transformation of musical pieces.[1] This "reworking MP3 recordings pulled from the Internet" was turning into more than just a fashion just as "the Internet is more than just a means of distribution, it becomes a raison d’eˆtre for a culture based on audio data’’ states Alistair Riddell in 2001.[4] During that time, the first versions of mashup music were published, sometimes not under the term mashup but under the name of "creative bootleg" or "bastard pop".[1][2] Even though the creation of a new song by combining at least two samples of different songs was also used in other music styles such as Hip Hop before,[2] it was only with the rise of the MP3 audio file along with easy-to-use computer mash-up programs that mash-up was transformed into an own culture as such. Especially peer-to-peer sharing was contributing to this phenomenon: People who create mashup music can easily distribute it and share it with other people through online programs.[1]

Forms of mashup culture[edit]

Mashup culture is motivated by a number of different factors.

Statement of art[edit]

Mashup culture is sometimes regarded as a cultural movement against common, existing music that is published by the music industry. In 2002, a Newsweek article described the mashup of songs as a strategy of Londoner DJs to transform music they considered bad into something they could appreciate and were willing to listen to.[1] Even though mashup culture has its origin in online communities, it entered a more art-related realm. It is art used as a statement against the content music industry provides.[2]

Political statement[edit]

It can even be considered as a political statement against copyright laws and restrictions imposed by the government as well. "Reframing of the original narrative" is regarded as a way to create a new and unique product which leads to a "fresh perspective" of the original.[3] Murray states "there’s the question of the kind of Internet we want moving forward – one increasingly controlled by corporate gatekeepers who get to sanction what creative expression looks like, or one in which the freedom of this expression is valued above share price". Copyright issues have always been limiting the possibilities of mashup culture. Those implications by law have led to the problem of online piracy.[1] Mashups are often created with illegally acquired content. This closeness to illegality has become part of this culture. "In some cases, the illegality of piracy contributes to the appeal of unauthorized copies online" states Shiga in her article Copy-and-Persist: The Logic of Mash-Up Culture. Even though copyright laws were intentionally supposed to stop illegal downloads, they contributed to the appeal of mashup and to the culture existing around it.

Do-it-yourself culture[edit]

Another important aspect of the success of mashup culture nowadays lies in the do-it-yourself or DIY trend. Consumers are turning into producers as well, especially due to the simplification of online tools that help creating personalized content.

Mashup in current literature[edit]

DJ Spooky[edit]

Paul D. Miller, also known as DJ Spooky, published a book about how mashup culture transforms our society. In Sound Unbound: Sampling Digital Music and Culture, he investigates "the nature of that transformation" stating that "rapid advances in technology [that] have transformed art and communication".[5] He describes sampling as an essential part of our society. The book was published by the MIT Press and highly recognized by scholars such as Lawrence Lessig.[5]

See also[edit]

Literature[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f Shiga, J. (2007). "Copy-and-Persist: The Logic of Mash-Up Culture" (PDF). Critical Studies in Media Communication. 24 (2): 93–114. doi:10.1080/07393180701262685. 
  2. ^ a b c d e Serazio, Michael (2008). "The Apolitical Irony of Generation Mash-Up: A Cultural Case Study in Popular Music" (PDF). Popular Music and Society. 31 (1). doi:10.1080/03007760701214815. 
  3. ^ a b Murray, Ben. (22 March 2015). "Temixing Culture And Why The Art Of The Mash-Up Matters". Tech Crunch. 
  4. ^ Riddell, Michael; Alistair (2001). "Data Culture Generation. After Content, Process as Aesthetic". Leonardo. 34 (4): 337–343. 
  5. ^ a b Weidenbaum 2008

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