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How Spotify Changed Music

How Spotify Changed Music | Music business | Scoop.it
Guest post by Kyle Bylin of sidewinder.fm, a music and tech think tank.

 

"As Spotify moves from the fringes of the tech crowd to the mainstream market, it’s worth reflecting on how the online music service has changed the way many of us listen to music.

Not long ago, we went to great lengths to seek out and purchase albums for our collections. Now, we simply search for an artist on Spotify and add their entire discography to our library. With a single click, we can listen to their songs and not have to wait for a video to buffer or a download to complete. Rather than collect our favorite songs with diligent care, we capture them using the “Like” button with pure ease."


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Research: Consumers Are Streaming 'Marginally Less' Than Last Year

Research: Consumers Are Streaming 'Marginally Less' Than Last Year | Music business | Scoop.it

"This is a trend that's too early to call, but definitely worth watching - especially for those interested in label and artist payouts. According to recent, streaming-focused research published by the well-respected Mark Mulligan, the amount of streaming per user is edging slightly downward, based on a number of potential factors."

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How Streaming Music Will Change Culture… for the Better

How Streaming Music Will Change Culture… for the Better | Music business | Scoop.it

"Forget, for the moment, about how much Spotify pays out to artists.

 

Focus instead on the nature of those payouts.

 

In the olden days (i.e. 20 years ago), recording

artists had to convince you to fall for their music once — just long enough to buy a CD. Since the inception of pop music as a physical format, this need to impress the music buyer for a short length of time gave..."

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Adam Allison's curator insight, May 13, 2013 7:14 PM

The shift has brought to life the fact that less people are about the art ofthe album and more people just want singles. Contributing to the portion that the art of making music is dying and music is becoming to commercialized and processed. However some people still want to hear great music and use these tools to seek it out. 

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How 125 days with Spotify changed my music habits

How 125 days with Spotify changed my music habits | Music business | Scoop.it
Now that I work from home and don't commute as frequently, I have been listening to more music on my main computer.
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Music Discovery Still Dominated by Radio, Says Nielsen Music 360 Report

Music Discovery Still Dominated by Radio, Says Nielsen Music 360 Report | Music business | Scoop.it
Radio is still the dominant way people discover music (48%) – followed by tips from friends/relatives (10%), and YouTube (7%), but more teens listen to music through YouTube than through any other source (64%) -- followed by radio (56%) and iTunes...
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How Tablets Are Changing the Way We Consume Music

How Tablets Are Changing the Way We Consume Music | Music business | Scoop.it

"It’s no secret the digital revolution has changed how music is recorded, shared, and heard. The past decade alone has seen a transfusion of music exchange unlike anything record labels or distribution company could have ever predicted."

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The Future Of Music Consumption

The Future Of Music Consumption | Music business | Scoop.it
As digital music consumption continues to increase, artists and consumers are finding new ways to engage within the digital landscape.

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