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The 1709 Blog: The IFPI Digital Music Report 2014 shows a changing landscape for the recorded music sector

The 1709 Blog: The IFPI Digital Music Report 2014 shows a changing landscape for the recorded music sector | Entertainment | Scoop.it
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Guide To Eurorack Modular Synthesizers

Guide To Eurorack Modular Synthesizers | Entertainment | Scoop.it
“ Eurorack modular synthesizers have been growing in popularity over the last few years. Eurorack modular synths are relatively inexpensive, compared to larger formats, and pack a lot of functionality into a small space.”
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'Roar' 'Royals' 'Happy': Why So Many Hits Now Have One-Word Titles - Billboard

'Roar' 'Royals' 'Happy': Why So Many Hits Now Have One-Word Titles - Billboard | Entertainment | Scoop.it
“ Billboard 'Roar' 'Royals' 'Happy': Why So Many Hits Now Have One-Word Titles Billboard This year, two single-word titles have set the record for the Hot 100's top two longest stays: Imagine Dragons' "Radioactive" (up to 81 chart weeks as of the...”
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Le crowdfunding: une niche pour le Luxembourg?

Le crowdfunding: une niche pour le Luxembourg? | Entertainment | Scoop.it
“Depuis le Pérou, Carmen a pu récolter 240 € grâce au crowdfunding pour s’acheter une machine à coudre et lancer son atelier de couture, aujourd’hui florissant. Nombreuses sont les histoires …”
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Spotify and streaming bring $1 billion to the music industry, but can it last? - Metro

Spotify and streaming bring $1 billion to the music industry, but can it last? - Metro | Entertainment | Scoop.it
“ Metro Spotify and streaming bring $1 billion to the music industry, but can it last? Metro The bad news is that worldwide revenues dropped by almost four per cent last year. The good news is that those revenues still top £9bn.”
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NME Blogs | The Science Of Music - Why Do Songs In A Minor Key Sound Sad?

NME Blogs | The Science Of Music - Why Do Songs In A Minor Key Sound Sad? | Entertainment | Scoop.it

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Andrew McCluskey's curator insight, February 27, 2014 1:49 PM

A piece for NME by one of my favorite music scientists Dr. Vicky Williamson - and the answer to the question is culture - with a little bit of physics thrown in.  Interesting to read the NPR link that western pop may be moving away from predominately major music; perhaps future generations won't feel the association quite so much!  Oh - and you haven't yet experienced Losing My Religion in a major key - the track is embedded on the page - definitely worth a listen!

Alex Cowans's curator insight, February 27, 2014 7:01 PM

I found this article very interesting because I have always wondered why major toned usually meant happy and minor toned usually meant sad. I wasn't surprised by the preliminary results that explained that because we grew up listening to  music and being  taught that major means happy and minor means sad. What I was surprised about was the secondary result which said that the nature of our music due to our own human speech tones and timbres when we are happy/sad. I was interested in the recent development that more music is in a minor key but we as a culture are not necessarily less happy. Very informative! I'm very happy to have came across this article!