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Music: A Transition to a Mobile World

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    • 1. Music: A Transition to aMobile World
    • 2. Music has always been an important part to societySince the first vinyl records were released, there has been a need for a personal library of music As technology has advanced it has and will continue to be easier to expand a library and how it’s accessed.
    • 3. The first commercially available record available in 1923To this day, vinyl records are still considered the most pure form of recorded music
    • 4. Records however were large and players wereheavy, meaning these weren’t the most portable devices
    • 5. The first cassette players were available in 1963Much like records, these did not hold many songs
    • 6. The portable cassette player provided for the first time truly mobile music possibilities
    • 7. Music entered the digital world in 1976 with compactdiscs, allowing more songs to be stored in a smaller space, and even more mobile options
    • 8. CDs allowed music to be digitally stored in a library on computers
    • 9. MP3s allowed for compressed digital files, giving users even more songs to a smaller memory
    • 10. Apple released the iPod in 2001, becoming thefirst popular MP3 player, as music exploded in the mobie industry.
    • 11. The iTunes store allowed users to purchase and download songs directly from an online database, almost making CDs obsolete
    • 12. Total iTunes downloads from 2009 to 2010 increased from 6 billion to 10 billion
    • 13. With downloading as the new norm, musicaccess has become available to anyone from any platform, from computer to smartphone
    • 14. But where does music access go next?
    • 15. To the Mobile Cloud!
    • 16. What is a Cloud based music service?
    • 17. A cloud based music service will allow personal music libraries to be stored on an online database.From this database, music can be accessed via an online connection. If there is no connection available, the past fewsongs played, or popular songs are stored in the internal memory of the smartphone.
    • 18. Google, Amazon, and Apple have all begun work on cloud based services
    • 19. With the ability to access music through anonline connection, mobile devices can become smaller, as memory size is no longer an issue
    • 20. Cloud based music gives a truly mobile advanceto the music industry allowing anyone to access their songs without having them physically.