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Music and How the Money Flows | Future of Music Coalition

Music and How the Money Flows | Future of Music Coalition | audio engineering & the future of music | Scoop.it

How are musicians and songwriters compensated when their music is played on the radio, sold on digital platforms, webcast or streamed on interactive services? Click through any of the infographics below to see how the money flows, at least on US sales, performances and streams.


Via Christopher Coleman
Carlos H's insight:

this article is golden!, for those aspiring to to make money with music.

The graph gives a visual illustration of how the money flows which in my opinion is one of te single most vital tools, along side the business of the industry.

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Michael Monreal's curator insight, November 4, 2013 4:05 PM

You are given visual insight on how the song writer gets paid through radio,webcast, as well as the digital platforms.

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Is Technology Good For The Craft Of DJing? | FutureMusic the latest news on future music technology DJ gear producing dance music edm and everything electronic

Is Technology Good For The Craft Of DJing? | FutureMusic the latest news on future music technology DJ gear producing dance music edm and everything electronic | audio engineering & the future of music | Scoop.it
The pace of new DJ equipment coming out is staggering. I used to think the rate of Apple deploying new iPods was crazy, but companies like Native Instruments...

Via Esteban Clavell
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The arts of being a dj  and controlling a grand crowd will always remain as it is now, a mashup of different genres can gather the most distant of races, religions, and beliefs. The power of a dj will always be the same, the way you go about it is all up to the dj.

Pro: the change in technology is an asset for those younger crowds raise in the mist of an information age , it allows them to incorporate the art of djing with tools of familiaity.

 Cons: The art of djing can virtualy be done by anyone now a days,

the appreciation for the art may be diminishing.

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Esteban Clavell's curator insight, May 13, 2013 11:57 AM

This article discusses how technology has affected DJing field of the Audio Industry. It shows how much DJing has evolved thanks to technology. It also shows how previous technology is now pretty much obsolete.

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A look at Tabletop and iPad music-making with Paul Salva [Video]

A look at Tabletop and iPad music-making with Paul Salva [Video] | audio engineering & the future of music | Scoop.it

Tabletop, a new music making app for the iPad from S.F. start-up Retronyms, recreates a musician's studio in an app, with drum machines, samples, keyboards, mixers and effects. Is this where the future of music production is headed?


Via Sam Gliksman
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As a singer and song writer i feel as though The future of music production is now, a variation of tablets , softwares, and genres allow the professional to easily meet the consumers demand.

technologcal perks such as wifi make the disburstment of musical works easily accessible from a majority of the world, increasing the business potential of an artist,producer,composer, or DJ.

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Hunter Scott's curator insight, May 13, 2013 12:04 PM

This news article describes in detail the ever growing iPad DAW market and specifically showcases a new app called 'Tabletop'. This application recreates an entire musicians studio, allowing for a nicely laid out set of equipment. Publishing is up to date and distributed by the LA Times.

Brooke Smith's curator insight, August 17, 2014 3:08 PM

From latimesblogs.latimes.com - August 21, 2011 12:20 PM

this mixing ipad can be a great used but it has it fails because it doesn't have the best tone towards music.

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Music Curation Is In The Future of Music

Music Curation Is In The Future of Music | audio engineering & the future of music | Scoop.it

Via Robin Good
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Music curation is in the future of music and allows producers and artist the oppotunity of touching their fan base. Wtih music curation you as an artist  allow your fans to tell you what they want to hear, this allows the industry to filter out  the one hit wonder who linger s around and makes way for the true talents to do what they love.

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Musica, Copyright & Tecnologia's curator insight, July 11, 2013 3:35 PM

#musiccuration #digitalmusic

wanderingsalsero's curator insight, July 12, 2013 10:50 PM

An obvious 'must have' for anybody who's open minded and curious about different kinds of music.

Caleb Yap's curator insight, July 17, 2013 11:26 PM

what does this mean? what is music curation?

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Released: Beatsurfing Is One Of The Coolest Music iPad Apps Ever

Released: Beatsurfing Is One Of The Coolest Music iPad Apps Ever | audio engineering & the future of music | Scoop.it

It was dubbed the music production interface of the future, the most app-y MIDI controller ever, and highlighted pre-launch by blogs like co.Design and The Verge, but now it is finally here: as of today, you can download the übercool Beatsurfing iPad app.


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Carlos H's insight:

Beatsurfing, an app created for live shows and studio productions is an investment that i will surely make...... as soon as i get an ipad. My mind is costantly being musically inspired  by my inviroment and beatsurfing will be great for creating music on the fly.

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