When reading an article or chapter from a book that is long, technical, and at times opaque, articulating what you do not understand is just as important as writing about what you do understand. Using Zak’s “Sound as Form” chapter from his 2001 book The Poetics of Rock: Cutting Tracks, Making Records, articulate problems that you had with the article. Maybe you do not fully understand a concept, a term, or a passage. Tell us what you find perplexing about that idea, term, or passage. Please cite the text using the page numbers and quotes so that we can discuss problematic passages tomorrow in class.