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Streaming vs. Downloading: What’s the Best Way to Get New Digital Music | | Que

Streaming vs. Downloading: What’s the Best Way to Get New Digital Music | | Que | New Audio Industry | Scoop.it
Michael Miller, author of The Ultimate Digital Music Guide, examines the pros and cons of both streaming and downloading music, and offers suggestions on which approach is best for you.

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This artical shows the pros and cons between downloading and streaming music for consumers. It shows how streaming can be useful but also limiting to consumers.

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Sonny Rowe's curator insight, August 16, 2013 3:16 PM

In this article, the author goes through the Pros and Cons of streaming and downloading music. Some Pros to streaming the music are that it is very cheap to get and you have access to millions of songs. Some Cons to streaming music are that you don't actually own any of the music and you are limited to what artists the streaming service carries. I had a music streaming service on my PS3 and they didn't have any TOOL! Pros for downloading are you can use the content whenever you like and it is forever yours. Cons are downloading can be very costly at a dollar a track. It all comes down to whether or not you are a collector or just a listener.

Kimberly Cockrell-Johnson's curator insight, April 16, 2017 9:27 PM
Love how the Pros and Cons of streaming and downloading are explained in music. Pros to streaming music are that it cost little to nothing. When streaming music you do not own any of the music. Some artist are not available on some streaming services. I like downloading music because it is actually mines.
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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 Audio Industry | 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 — and it has rolled out a new feature in a bid to differentiate its...

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Online concerts could make live music available to so many more people at an extremely lower price. This could seriously affect how and if people go to concerts.

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Marisa Freund's curator insight, November 4, 2013 5:03 PM

In this article explains how Turntable is allowing anybody from around the world to watch certain live concerts, on their computers for only $3. I think that this is a great idea because if a person is too far away from where the concert is taking place or they do not have enough money to pay for it, they can see it live for a very cheap price.

Brandon Marsh's curator insight, October 14, 2014 8:58 PM

Live performance streaming, although interesting and new, does not completely encapsulate the full experience of an event, but it is still an exciting idea.

Stacey Boyd's curator insight, August 13, 2015 10:29 PM

Will live performance streaming be the sole future of music performance? How will this effect the artists and the consumer? 


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Microsoft Earbuds Monitor Wearers’ Health To Help Pick The Next Song - PSFK

Microsoft Earbuds Monitor Wearers’ Health To Help Pick The Next Song - PSFK | New Audio Industry | Scoop.it
Non-invasive technology that could act as a fitness coach and remote doctor.
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An amazing new way for consumers to listen to their music. Microsoft earbuds that moniter the users health to help pick the next song for them. It uses heartreate, temperture, other biorhythms and the users mood to choose the next song. 

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Beats says its new Beats Music streaming service will launch ‘within the next few months’ in the US

Beats says its new Beats Music streaming service will launch ‘within the next few months’ in the US | New Audio Industry | Scoop.it
Beats will launch its long-awaited music streaming service, Beats Music, “within the next few months” in the United States. Luke Wood, president and COO of the company, told TNW that it will be accessible on the Web, as well as from an iOS or...

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It seems that much of music distribution is becoming more adjusted to streaming because it is more convenient for consumers. Beats launching its on streaming service shows that this part of  industry is growing quickly. 

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Zakk Froehlich's curator insight, October 8, 2013 10:37 AM

This new beats music streaming will be available to the public for music streaming. It applies to music technology because it makes music available to listen to. I believe this music station will be the next big thing due to the success of Beats headphones. 

 

Rob Gallo's curator insight, October 8, 2013 11:29 AM

This article really interested me for a few reasons. I've never personally liked Beats headphones, but I can assure they are doing pretty well in the market place. After reading this, I have come to find out that beats will be opening their own radio streaming. Judging in today's society, I cannot really tell how well Beats Music will do in the industry.

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YouTube goes into streaming music, 'just like Spotify with video'

YouTube goes into streaming music, 'just like Spotify with video' | New Audio Industry | Scoop.it
YouTube is reportedly to launch a streaming music subscription service “akin to a Spotify but with video” by the end of the year. It...
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More music streaming could change the way music is distributed for years to come. It may very well one day elinminate the need for record stores and the act of physically buying a CD.

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