The future of music: manifesto for the digital music revolution
Berklee Press, Jan 1, 2005 - Business & Economics - 193 pages
For the next generation of players and downloaders, a provocative scenario from a music industry think tank. From the Music Research Institute at Berklee College of Music comes a manifesto for the ongoing music revolution. Today, the record companies may be hurting but the music-making business is booming, using non-traditional digital methods and distribution models. This book explains why we got where we are and where we are heading. For the iPod, downloading market, this book will explain new ways of discovering music, new ways of acquiring it and how technology trends will make music "flow like water," benefiting the people who love music and make music.
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Review: The Future of Music: Manifesto for the Digital Music RevolutionUser Review - Daniel Lomax - Goodreads
Tells roughly the same story as Sonic Boom, The Recording Industry, The Future of the Music Business and Free Culture, and is the best written of all of them. Less discussion of legal ambiguities and ... Read full review
Review: The Future of Music: Manifesto for the Digital Music RevolutionUser Review - Christina Wilder - Goodreads
The Future of Music : Manifesto for the Digital Music Revolution begins with a plausible scenario; everyday life filled with music as if it were, as the authors (David Kusek and Gerd Leonhard ... Read full review
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