Jan-Peter Herbst
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Historical development, sound aesthetics and production techniques of the distorted electric guitar in metal music
JP Herbst
Metal Music Studies 3 (1), 23-46, 2017
Heaviness and the electric guitar: Considering the interaction between distortion and harmonic structures
JP Herbst
Metal Music Studies 4 (1), 95-113, 2018
Shredding, tapping and sweeping: Effects of guitar distortion on playability and expressiveness in rock and metal solos
JP Herbst
Metal Music Studies 3 (2), 231-250, 2017
Die Gitarrenverzerrung in der Rockmusik: Studien zu Spielweise und Ästhetik
JP Herbst
LIT Verlag Münster, 2016
The formation of the West German power metal scene and the question of a ‘Teutonic’sound
JP Herbst
Metal Music Studies 5 (2), 201-223, 2019
Netzwerk Sound: Eine didaktische Herausforderung der populären Musik [Network sound: An educational challenge of popular music]
JP Herbst
Wißner, 2014
Empirical explorations of guitar players’ attitudes towards their equipment and the role of distortion in rock music
JP Herbst
Current Musicology, 75-106, 2019
Guitar profiling technology in metal music production: Public reception, capability, consequences and perspectives
JP Herbst, C Reuter, I Czedik-Eysenberg
Metal Music Studies 4 (3), 481-506, 2018
Old sounds with new technologies? Examining the creative potential of guitar ‘profiling’technology and the future of metal music from producers’ perspectives
JP Herbst
Metal Music Studies 5 (1), 53-69, 2019
The Work Realities of Professional Studio Musicians in the German Popular Music Recording Industry: Careers, Practices and Economic Situations
JP Herbst, T Albrecht
IASPM@ Journal 8 (2), 18-37, 2018
From Bach to Helloween
JP Herbst
Metal Music Studies 6 (1), 87-108, 2020
Distortion and Rock Guitar Harmony: The Influence of Distortion Level and Structural Complexity on Acoustic Features and Perceived Pleasantness of Guitar Chords
JP Herbst
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 36 (4), 335-352, 2019
The skillset of professional studio musicians in the German popular music recording industry
JP Herbst, T Albrecht
Etnomusikologian vuosikirja 30, 121–153, 2018
Sonic Signatures in Metal Music Production: Teutonic vs British vs American Sound
JP Herbst
Samples 18, 2020
German Metal Attack: Power Metal in and from Germany
JP Herbst
Made in Germany: Studies in Popular Music, 81-89, 2019
Gear Acquisition Syndrome: Consumption of Instruments and Technology in Popular Music
JP Herbst, J Menze
The University of Huddersfield Press, 2021
Teutonic metal: Effects of place-and mythology-based labels on record production
JP Herbst, K Bauerfeind
International Journal of the Sociology of Leisure 4, 291–313, 2021
Culture-specific production and performance characteristics: An interview study with ‘Teutonic’metal producers
JP Herbst
Metal Music Studies 7 (3), 445-467, 2021
What is ‘heavy’ in metal?: A netnographic analysis of online forums for metal musicians and producers
J Herbst, M Mynett
Popular Music and Society, 2022
Recording Studios as Museums? Record producers’ perspectives on German rock studios and accounts of their heritage practices
JP Herbst
Popular Music 40 (2), 91–113, 2020
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