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3 Trending Topics in Audio Technology | American University | Graduate Program Blogs

3 Trending Topics in Audio Technology | American University | Graduate Program Blogs | The Evolution of Music | Scoop.it
MA in audio technology students are fascinated by the art and science of sound—about the intricacies of the history and future of music technology.
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I agree with this article to a certain extent. There are a few aspects of sound design that will never change but as time goes on and the sound of music changes, sound design will have to change to meet the liking of the modern society. 

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Inside The Music Industry - Chronology - Technology And The Music Industry | The Way The Music Died | FRONTLINE | PBS

Inside The Music Industry - Chronology - Technology And The Music Industry | The Way The Music Died | FRONTLINE | PBS | The Evolution of Music | Scoop.it
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I found this article to be a very interesting and informative selection. It was mind blowing to think that recording music has been around for so long. I feel like recording music is easier nowadays since everything is digital, but I also feel that modern recording sounds very computerized at times. Sometimes the advantage of the digital age kinda takes the musician aspect out of production since you can play a guitar on a piano. All in all im excited to be a part of recording technology advancement. 

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Lyrics, Now And Then: The History Of Music In Charts

Lyrics, Now And Then: The History Of Music In Charts | The Evolution of Music | Scoop.it
Musicians only started singing about sex in the 1990s.
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I think this is more true for the genres of rap, hip hop, r&b, and maybe country or rock. As music and people evolve, the demands for originality, uniqueness, and overall style increase. I feel the content of lyrics have kinda changed to reflect the media and society in the modern culture.  

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3 Trending Topics in Audio Technology | American University | Graduate Program Blogs

3 Trending Topics in Audio Technology | American University | Graduate Program Blogs | The Evolution of Music | Scoop.it
MA in audio technology students are fascinated by the art and science of sound—about the intricacies of the history and future of music technology.
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I agree with this article to a certain extent. There are a few aspects of sound design that will never change but as time goes on and the sound of music changes, sound design will have to change to meet the liking of the modern society. 

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The Evolution Of Music Streaming Apps

The Evolution Of Music Streaming Apps | The Evolution of Music | Scoop.it
From the gramophone to radio, and the cassette tape to streaming, the way we listen to music has evolved at
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I think music streaming apps are quickly becoming popular nowadays. The convenience is adored, and most music platforms are easy to use. The majority of the people I talk too stated that they'd rather buy music digitally as posed to a hard copy record. I don't think hard copied music will vanish anytime soon, but I think the sales of hard copied music will decrease as time goes on. 

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The evolution of music: How genres rise and fall over time

The evolution of music: How genres rise and fall over time | The Evolution of Music | Scoop.it
Our understanding of the cultural shifts in popular music have largely been reliant on anecdote and history -- memories of journalists who attended Woodstock or fans who followed hip-hop from the start. Until now. Working with digitized music files, a team of scientists led by Matthias Mauc
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This article shows hows the taste's in music changes overtime, from my own experience, this articles seems credible because the majority of the people I know listen to rap or hip hop, rock, or country. I feel if new information was gathered in 2016 then rap, hip hop, and rock would be similar. While dance, pop, electronic or edm music would increase overtime. 

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