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Polyphonic HMI : Mixing Music and Math Entertainment Management Situation Analysis Issue Definition Environment Analysis Strategy Options & Choice Action Plan Situation Analysis Situation Analysis(External) So few songs actually become hits - Las Vegas gives you better odds than the Music Industry! You might as well just put a million dollars on red and spin the wheel... - Ric Wake, Independent Music Producer Entertainment Management : Polyphonic HMI : Mixing Music and Math 1 Situation Analysis(External) Music Industry 10% (only fewer than 300 of the approximately 3,000 singles released each year made it to the Billboard Singles Top 40) Entertainment Management : Polyphonic HMI : Mixing Music and Math 2…show more content…
A score of 6.75 to 7.00 is a borderline score. This reflects a song whose mathematical hit potential could be strong enough to perform in the market but might require a little extra marketing thought and push. Other scores probably mean your material does not have the optimal mathematical patterns that will assure performance in the market. Entertainment Management : Polyphonic HMI : Mixing Music and Math 10 Situation Analysis(Internal) Hit Song Science Artist Outcast Clay Aiken Santana Feat. Alex Band R.Kelly Song Title Hey Ya! This Is The Night Why Don’t You & I HSS Rating > 7.00 Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No No Weeks in the Singles Top 40 29 6 28 22 13 26 15 17 0 0 Highest Chart Position 1 1 6 9 9 12 12 13 - Hit Song Science can achieve a success rate of 80% Step In The Name of Love So Gone All The Things She Said If You’re Not The One Drift Away I Wish You’d Stay Beautiful Goodbye Monica t.A.t.U. Daniel Bedingfield Uncle Kracker Feat. Dobie Gray Brad Paisley Jennifer Hanson Entertainment Management : Polyphonic HMI : Mixing Music and Math 11 Issue Definition Issue Definition Record Labels HSS could be helpful in deciding whether to market an album, in selecting which song to release first, and in testing new artists looking for a
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