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  • Help Of Napster And Other Sites
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    Death of Napster Napster has been around for a while and nobody really has said anything until they found out what it does. Napster has been involved in a legal battle with Music Companies and artist about copyrighted material. The problem is that Napster is inciting others to break copyright laws by providing the members a place to find the music, go to someone's computer, and takes the music that off the other computer. Then the people have it listen to it, and burn CD's and then sell them. It...
  • Major Shares In Record Companies
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    For many years the record companies have fixed record prices to avoid competing with each other and to maximize their profits. Currently, the record companies are collaborating in order to force Napster to shut down. The record companies are claiming that Napster is breaking copyright laws. Napster is a peace of software available for free on the Internet, which allows you to download almost any song you can think of. All you need to get Napster is a computer and Internet connection, the faster ...
  • 4 3 Marketing Strategy Music Caf'e
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    ... Executive Summary 1.0 Executive Summary Music Caf'e, unlike a typical record store and caf'e, will provide the consumers an atmosphere they have never experienced before. Through its aggressive marketing tactics the company will attract high traffic of consumers in the community, mainly college students, to create an outstanding place to socialize, drink coffee, listen to and buy music. Music Caf'e consist of two venues, one is a record store and the other is a caf'e. The venues provide musi...
  • Role Of The Record Producer
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    Studio technology has developed drastically over the years and has become ever more vital to the record producer within the music industry. Different producers make use of studio technology in different ways, often depending on the style of music that they are producing, their preferred method of production and the band's preference of sound. The development of recording technology has run parallel to a reorientation in popular music production. The goal of getting a good sound is no different n...
  • Share Market Shares Of The Music Industry
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    Edi K. THE MUSIC INDUSTRY - GLOBALIZING IN MANY WAYS The music industry is in a time of growth at this very moment. The environment for its growth has been increasing rapidly on many geographical boundaries and has been established through information technology and Internet. In this paper I will analyze how the music industry not only has been affected by Globalization as an economic institution but also that it has become a worldwide-globalized commodity. First, I will begin by analyzing how t...
  • Music Appreciation Hip Hop
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    Music Appreciation Hip-Hop is one of the newest forms of music. It has expanded and is now the most popular form of music for people ages 11-25. In the last 2 years, hip-hop is the most lucrative form of music. It has sold billions of records and has made record companies billions of dollars. Hip-Hop was started in New York City in the late 70's by the cities youth. Hip-Hop was more than just music, it was a culture. It involved many things such as style, of dress, break dancing (a new form of d...
  • History Of Recording Industry Thomas Edison
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    The Life of Ozzy and His Contribution to the Recording Industry " Retirement sucks!' ; These are the famous words from one of the most captivating musical artist living today. Ozzy Osbourne has taken this world by surprise with his stunning actions, energetic motivation, and of course his music. His presence in the music industry inspired many artists today, and has taken everyone by surprise. In this paper I will discuss some history about the recording industry, background on the Ozzman himsel...
  • Digital Recording Of Music
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    This is a revised version of MP 3. The original Sucked ass so I took some liberties with it so as not to get an F. This one should be much better... Mp 3: A Boundary or a Bridge? One of the newest, most exciting and innovative ways to get music these days is not in the mall and not at a huge mega-sized electronic store, it's not even by a mail order CD club. It's the computer. It sits conveniently on a desk and now allows access to every imaginable genre of music, twenty-four hours a day, rain o...
  • Music Tracks For A Dollar A Song
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    During the last seven years, there has been a market boom with the use of the Internet and e-commerce to manage business tycoon companies to the everyday mom and pop stores. Also, there has been a steady increase in the annual sales reported by big record labels and independent recording companies during the Internet explosion. Since technology was created to benefit mankind in facilitating our lives, computerized audio extraction programs (known as burning appz's) have been developed in order t...
  • Free Internet Music Trade
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    Treble in the Music Industry Close to four months ago, when I heard the word 'Napster' I thought it was a new phrase for telling people they had nappy hair. I had no idea what it was, but yet I heard everyone around me talking about it, so I surfed on the internet and decided to check it out. I went ahead and downloaded it the program, not knowing four months from now Napster would have a tremendous influence and impact in the music industry, changing the way we view music forever. First of all,...
  • Music Files
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    Music downloading is one of the biggest phenomenon's to hit the market in the past decade, and undoubtedly you " ve downloaded some music yourself. But lately music downloading has become an issue, and record companies along with their artists have tried to stop this new wave from happening. Though some people consider file sharing illegal; I believe it's absolutely necessary for musicians to get there names out, and for music lovers to hear there sound. Veranda Normand said it best "Most artist...
  • Tape In Two Parts And Record
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    60's Research Document 4.1. 1, 2 History and development of the Multitrack Recorder Multitrack recorders were originally developed in the early 1950's in Germany. The initial principle of multi tracks was to divide a tape in two parts and record different sounds onto each and play them back concurrently. The fact that both tracks would be on the same tape would mean they would be synchronized exactly. In classical music recordings of the 1950's, the early two track machines were first used and r...
  • Recording Industry
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    The Recording Industry We all listen to music wether we want to or not. Its in our homes, watching TV, driving in our car, going to the store, its unavoidable. Then why is the recording Industry trying to make people feel guilty about burning "illegal" CDs, when we can go to the mall and hear as much music for free as we want. I for one will never feel guilty because I always support the artist I download, by buying his / her cd's or going to their concerts. The industry has always been about mo...
  • Business In The Music Industry
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    We have the opportunity to create a personal jukebox in the house and car. This is the takeoff point for the music business (A Little Net Music, 34). These statements by AOL Chief Executive Stephen M. Case reflect the latest trend in the music industry for the distribution of recorded music. Advances in technology now allow individuals to record their own digital copies of music, with its high fidelity, from numerous Internet web sites. In 1999 approximately 100,000 music downloads were official...
  • Writing Music To A Recordable Disc
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    With today's personal computers, creating a customized music Compact Disc (CD) from various original CDs can be done in three easy steps. Not only is this process simple, but the end result provides hours of enjoyment. Before getting started, check that all necessary equipment is readily available and configured according to the manufacturer's specifications. This can save time and frustration. A computer with an installed CD recorder is the first item necessary to create a personalized music CD...
  • Fourth Performance
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    I listened to three different performances of Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 from the twentieth century. Even though these were essentially the same movement, each sounded very different. I listened to the first performance recorded in 1950, the second recorded in 1968 and the fourth recorded in 1987. Beside from small differences within each piece, I found that a major pattern is as that the century progressed, the tempo of each piece increased. This is also obvious because the first piece l...
  • Interests Of The Canadian Country Music Industry
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    Where are they? - Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada Who are they? - They are a federally chartered non-profit organization - They are the professional trade organization for the Canadian country music industry - The have been the principle advocate for the growth and development of the Canadian country music industry since 1976 What do they do? - They promote the interests of the Canadian country music industry, both domestically and internationally - They ensure the preservation and enactment of laws...
  • Today's Artists And Their Music
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    Is music an art form? When answering this question take into consideration Bach, Vivaldi and Bocelli, all artists who were allowed to express themselves without being censored. Censoring today's artists and their music hurts them in many ways; it limits their expression and also hurts their record sales. There are many parental and religious groups who fell that censoring music is necessary to protect today's youth. The music displays foul language and expresses pro views on sex, drugs and gangs...
  • Record Labels And Music Stores
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    Piracy has been a problem for the music industry on a number of levels. Ever since the Internet began saturating American culture, the number of pirated songs available has increasingly become a serious threat to the entire music industry, especially record labels and music stores. Advanced compression techniques (mp 3 format) have been distributed across the Internet that enable high quality music to be freely available to anyone on the Internet. The "mp 3" fad started in dorm rooms of college ...
  • Online Music Distribution Strategies O These Strategies
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    Online Music Distribution in a Post-Napster World Case Study Background Information o Service has been shut down since July 2001. o June 3, 2002, Napster Filed for bankruptcy. o October 29th, 2003, Napster will re-open with its new pay service. o Conflicting rights: 1. The rights of artists and record labels to receive payment for their labors 2. The rights of consumers to share their favorite songs with fellow internet users 3. The rights of copyright holders to protect their intellectual prope...

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