This chapter discusses who and what a recording represents, determining whether a recording can change the very nature of music, and studying photography theory and the technologies of depiction. It then examines the independent photographic image of the self, which is clearly marked as a complication of identity, and also compares recordings to photographs, describing recording as a documentation of a composer's intentions. The photographic aspects of records, the reality invoked by recordings, visual recordings, sound recordings, and high fidelity are other concepts discussed here.
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