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  • Similarities Between Itunes And Itunes

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    In early 1800’s, Thomas Alva Edison invented a method of recording and playing back sound with a simple apparatus. Thus began the evolution of music industry. From gramophones to tapes to compact discs, music industry has undergone drastic transformations with improvised technologies and innovations. Fifteen years ago (June 1,1999), the style of listening and sharing music has been completely revolutionized by two teenagers, Shawn Fanning and Sean Parker. They created an online platform for swapping

  • Informational Communication Technology

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    11. Assessments Assignment Number 1: Case Study (35%) Assignment Title: Business Problem-Solving Case: Soundbuzz’s Music Strategy for Asia Pacific Assignment Length: 2500 words minimum Submission Deadline: Learning Outcome: * Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the main concepts, tools and techniques of competitive planning * Evaluate critically and comment on control process techniques, tools and methods required for the development of ICT for competitive advantage

  • The Sound And Music Industry

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    The Sound and Music Industry Introduction The sound and music industry is large and complex and always changing, and it would be impossible to cover all parts to it in one article. So this piece is going to focus on four of the key areas of the industry – live performance, record companies, music publishing and artist management – to see how they have developed and how they now operate, and to analyse how they are facing current challenges and what their future is likely to be. Live performance Due

  • The Impact Of The Internet On The Music Industry

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    The internet is modifying the music industry. The industry is becoming more and more digital. CDs , iPods, and MP3s are becoming more unnecessary. Websites like Pandora, Spotify and Youtube are being used now more than ever (Wikström 74). This can be very beneficial because it is easier now more than ever to get your music out there (Day 64). The internet can also be very disastrous for the music industry because a large number of the population is pirating music. The piracy of music can lead to

  • The Career Of The Legendary Blues Artist Joe Bonamassa

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    Focussing on the career of the legendary Blues artist Joe Bonamassa, this case study will explore the differing areas of the music industry and the relationships between them. Joe’s career began at age twelve when he supported BB King in 1989. Since then he has become one of the prolific guitarists on the planet, playing around 200 shows worldwide every year. For the past two decades Joe’s manager and business partner has been Roy Wiesman. Roy spotted Joe on a television programme in 1991 and signed

  • Hi Hi Hi

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    We’re Going Home Connect The Language 305 To My City Too Much Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2 Come Thru All Me The Motion 1.Tuscan Leather (A. Graham, A. Palman, N. Shebib, D. W. Foster, L. Thompson-Jenner) Sandra Gale / EMI Music Publishing (ASCAP), Sandra Gale / EMI Music Publishing (ASCAP), Mavor & Moses Inc. / Kobalt (ASCAP), Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp (BMI), Songs Of Universal. Produced by Noah “40” Shebib for Evdon Music Inc. Recorded by Noah Shebib and Noel Cadastre for Evdon Music

  • What's Wrong With Downloading Music? Essay

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    What's Wrong? Everyone is Doing it Ever since 18-year-old Shawn Fanning created Napster in his Northeastern University dorm room in 1999, downloading and sharing music online has become one of the most popular things to do on the Internet today. But why wouldn't it? Getting all your favorite songs from all your favorite artists for free, who wouldn't want to start sharing music? The answer to that question are the people who feel that stealing from the music industry is not morally right, because

  • The Impact Of Internet On The United States Of America

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    newspaper industry, the music industry was negatively affected because it was slow to adapt and capitalise on the efficiencies of digital distribution and purchase. Before the internet and digitalisation the major record companies such as Time-Warner, EMI group and Deca used distribution methods that involved consumers listening to the radio, buying vinyl records or audio-cassette tapes at music retail shops, reading about the music and artists in newspapers or music magazines attending concerts and

  • Polyphonic Hmi Case Analysis

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    Definition of the problem: “Hay más probabilidades de ganar en Las Vegas que en el sector de la música” stated Ric Wake, an Independent music producer. In a US market where sales growth is declining by 10.4% in 2002, this situation weakens deeply the whole music industry and opens to the door to a change of pattern in the way executives of this industry predict future “hits”. Polyphonic HMI, a technology company, relies on a single marketable revolutionary product: Hit Song Science. HSS is artificial

  • Music Industry Essay

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    People listen to music for a variety of reasons. Some listen to music to relax in which it serves as a sort of escape from everyday life, some because they are a fan and follow a certain artist, and others because they can relate the lyrics to their own personal experiences. Whichever the case may be, music has and continues to serve an important role in people’s lives. Music has been circulating the air across many cultures for centuries; however, in the last 50 years, the music industry