New Age of Concerts
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With the digital age becoming so advanced live music has followed that path by creating a live interactive concerts that you can watch from your home. Turntable is a website where you buy tickets to watch a concert directly from your home. This gives bands and artist more profit and helps keep the music industry alive with all the avalible technology. I think it is a great idea for Turntable to sell tickets for online concerts so people can get almost the same experience and still support the artist.
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Turntable.fm and SoundCloud ushering in new era of social music | GigaOM

Turntable.fm and SoundCloud ushering in new era of social music | GigaOM | New Age of Concerts | Scoop.it

As Turntable.fm has shown, a new era of social music may be upon us, one that is less about scaling wide, but more about going deep. The third era of social music is about immersion as sites add more immediacy and intimacy to the experience.

But it’s not just about immersive social curation (which defines Turntable.fm). It’s also about more-immersive social creation. Users of social music creation and collaboration sites like SoundCloud — which allow immediate feedback from your community down to the details in an individual track — are growing very fast, proving that the act of making music can be just as social as consuming it....
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SoundClound and turntable give more intimacy into the experience of the music. It allows you to interact with the artist by commenting on there music and sharing your input. 

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Music streaming service Turntable.fm now holds live online concerts, with each ticket going for $3

Music streaming service Turntable.fm now holds live online concerts, with each ticket going for $3 | New Age of Concerts | Scoop.it
The online music streaming industry is highly competitive right now. Turntable, the company behind the music streaming site Turntable.fm, obviously recognizes these challenges -- ...

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I believe this a great way to watch concerts at home if you are unable to make it to your favorite artists show and also support the aritist at the same time. I beleive this will get bigger and bigger as this method becomes more advanced. 

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Turntable.fm begins streaming live, interactive concerts, but tickets will cost you (Jacob Kastrenakes/The Verge)

Turntable.fm begins streaming live, interactive concerts, but tickets will cost you (Jacob Kastrenakes/The Verge) | New Age of Concerts | Scoop.it
Jacob Kastrenakes / The Verge: Turntable.fm begins streaming live, interactive concerts, but tickets will cost you  —  Turntable.fm has been struggling to stay afloat, and it's now looking to live, streaming performances to help it get back on track. ...

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I think its good that they charge so the artist can still get profit. The tickets are very cheap so anyone can afford it but it still gives some money to the artist.

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Kyleen Blunt's curator insight, October 9, 2014 1:11 AM

I like that this concept actually has an interactive portion to it and that there is a chat, that the band can also join in on. It makes it more of a personal aspect and you lessens the question of it it was prerecorded or not. The only downfall (according to most people) is that you have to pay for each show, even though it is only a couple dollars. In my opinion, save those couple bucks and actually go see the band live and in person the next time they are in town.

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Turntable.fm begins streaming live, interactive concerts, but tickets will cost you

Turntable.fm begins streaming live, interactive concerts, but tickets will cost you | New Age of Concerts | Scoop.it
Turntable.fm has been struggling to stay afloat, and it's now looking to live, streaming performances to help it get back on track. Turntable Live is the company's new service, and it's o...

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Turntable makes it interactive so the viewer isn't just starring at the screen the whole time. It allows them to be in a chat room and talk to other people that are watching the show and also interact with the artists to some extent. 

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Turntable.fm Begins Streaming Live Concerts for $3 Each - I4U News

Turntable.fm Begins Streaming Live Concerts for $3 Each - I4U News | New Age of Concerts | Scoop.it

The music service, Turntable.fm is beginning a whole new platform called Turntable Live. This is meant for the purpose of streaming live concerts to the user base.
Read more at http://www.i4u.com/2013/10/56248/turntablefm-begins-live-concerts-streaming#M6uHuqzzik6OrXzy.99


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Being able to interact while watching the concert on your computer gives it more of the actual concert feeling because you feel apart of what is going on. 

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