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TOOLS OF THE TRADE: DIGITAL AUDIO WORKSTATION USAGE ANTECEDENTS

Darko Etinger ; Sveučilište Juraja Dobrile, Pula, Hrvatska


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str. 61-73

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Recent advances in music technologies have unleashed a phenomenon in digital audio workstation (DAW) utilization among artists for the tasks of composing, recording, mixing and mastering music. Artists had a significant impact on the development and adoption of new recording technologies, expecially with music industry changes in the the last decade. Persson states that home recording equipment and DAWs created competition for commercial studios, and caused a re-evaluation of the production process and what is recorded at home versus in the commercial studio and by whom. The focus of this research is the individual experience among heavy metal and hard rock artists with DAW utilization in the process of composition, pre-production, recording, mixing and mastering music. A better insight into the factors influencing the digital audio workstation usage enable DAW providers to align the DAW functions and capabilities to meet the artists' needs. This study combined the Task-Technology Fit model with the Technology acceptance model, which specifies the causal relationships between perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use and usage behavior. With 838 completed surveys, a partial least squares structural equation modeling approach was used for the assessment of the measurement and structural model.

Ključne riječi

Digital audio workstation (DAW), Task-technology fit, Technology acceptance model, usage antecedents, music production

Hrčak ID:

161901

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/161901

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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