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  • SOUNDBREAKING: STORIES FROM THE CUTTING EDGE OF RECORDED MUSIC  

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    SOUNDBREAKING combines unprecedented access to some of the most celebrated music artists, producers and innovators with rare archival studio footage and an extensive musical

  • Going Electric  

    Program: SOUNDBREAKING: STORIES FROM THE CUTTING EDGE OF RECORDED MUSIC

    From the invention of the electric guitar to synthesized music, learn how innovators used electricity to unleash new and never-before-heard sounds. Hour 4

  • The Art of Recording  

    Program: SOUNDBREAKING: STORIES FROM THE CUTTING EDGE OF RECORDED MUSIC

    Explore the role of the music producer tasked with turning an artist’s vision into a hit. Episode 1 profiles the contrasting styles of some

  • Painting with Sound  

    Program: SOUNDBREAKING: STORIES FROM THE CUTTING EDGE OF RECORDED MUSIC

    Learn how the recording studio itself became an instrument. From the advent of magnetic tape, Episode 2 charts the evolution of multi-track recording and

  • Four on the Floor  

    Program: SOUNDBREAKING: STORIES FROM THE CUTTING EDGE OF RECORDED MUSIC

    Chart the progression of the beat from drum and bass to beat box and beyond––from Little Richard and James Brown to disco with the

  • The World is Yours  

    Program: SOUNDBREAKING: STORIES FROM THE CUTTING EDGE OF RECORDED MUSIC

    Meet the pioneers of hip hop and explore how sampling, the practice of borrowing fragments from existing records, created a new genre of music

  • Sound and Vision  

    Program: SOUNDBREAKING: STORIES FROM THE CUTTING EDGE OF RECORDED MUSIC

    Trace the rise of MTV and explore how the music video transformed the way we experience music––from David Bowie, Devo and Madonna to the

  • I Am My Music  

    Program: SOUNDBREAKING: STORIES FROM THE CUTTING EDGE OF RECORDED MUSIC

    From the LP to the cassette tape, the CD, and MP3, discover how the listening format of each generation determines not only how and

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