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I Never Owned Any Music To Begin With : NPR

I Never Owned Any Music To Begin With : NPR | LeoG | Scoop.it
The latest All Songs Considered intern never made a transition from a physical record collection to a digital one because she's never paid for music.
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    This is a good example of a personal experience from the writer of the article. From his standpoint, his generation of people refuses to purchase music.  Therefore file-sharing is here to stay.  And no matter how hard the Music business Industry tries they will not get rid of file sharing.   

 

 

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Anontune: the new social music platform from 'Anonymous'

Anontune: the new social music platform from 'Anonymous' | LeoG | Scoop.it
In a move sure to attract attention from the music industry, a small group of coders claiming to be part of Anonymous is putting together a social music platform. The rather ambitious goal: Create a...
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    Anontune reminds me of Napster it is a file-sharing platform where you are share music.  This suck because some of the music is not being bought, but stolen. If this keeps happening artist can no longer generate song sales therefore I agree with the music Industry in filing for lawsuits.  Internet platform like this put artist and the music business out of business.   

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David Byrne's Survival Strategies for Emerging Artists

David Byrne's Survival Strategies for Emerging Artists | LeoG | Scoop.it
The CD? It's dead. Good thing the music industry is about more than selling plastic discs. Today's artists have surprising new ways to reach fans and make a living. David Byrne gives Wired readers a guided tour of what's next.
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    The music business industry used to be about selling compact discs.  Now with new technology and Internet more songs are being sold on line.  The pros are musicians now have a wider audience, where people can listen to songs all over the world.  The con is, artist have to stop selling compact discs or what we know to be an album to concentrate on singles. The time of selling compact discs is over.

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The case against digital music recording | Toronto Star

The case against digital music recording | Toronto Star | LeoG | Scoop.it
A Montreal producer explains the appeal of analog recording that dates back decades in an age of digital recording.
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     This article is a reminder that there are no limitations when it comes to people’s creativity and music.  Besnard Lakes is a Montréal based producer engineer who uses a vintage style studio.  Besnard uses this technique because he says it is his style and he likes the way its sounds.

 

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30 Years Of The CD, Of Digital Piracy, And Of Music Industry Cluelessness | Techdirt

30 Years Of The CD, Of Digital Piracy, And Of Music Industry Cluelessness | Techdirt | LeoG | Scoop.it
A post on The Next Web reminds us that the CD is thirty years old this month.
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    The compact disc turns thirty years this year.  This article talks about a good example of how technical advancements can change a whole music industry.  This is all due to file sharing and easy access to PC’s. 

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