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  • 1. Music Evolution How is MP3 and digital music changing the music industry? Mark Washington MIS Project MWF 1:00
  • 2. Table of Contents
    • History Of Music
    • Current Use
    • Music Competition
    • Music direction
    • Bibliography
    • Slides 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 ,
    • Slides 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 12 , 13
    • Slides 15
    • Slides 16
    • Slides 17
  • 3. History of Music
    • 3 Elements
      • Rhythm
      • Melody
      • Harmony
      • Not noted of when these were invented/ discovered but noticed that these elements are apart of human nature
    http:// www.woznymusic.com/histryof.htm Return Table of Content Continue
  • 4. History of Music
    • Invention of Instruments
      • Drums
      • Flute
      • Simple string guitar
      • Piano
    • Instruments Categories
      • Strings
        • violin
      • Woodwinds
        • Saxophone
      • Brass
        • Trumpet
      • Percussions
        • Cymbals
    http:// datadragon.com /education/instruments / Return Table of Content Continue
  • 5. History of Music
    • Recordings
      • First recorder invented by Edison
        • Made recording of “Mary had a little lamb”
      • First Lateral cut record by Tainter and Lab
      • Development of Loud speakers in 1882
      • 1931 First magnetic tape recorder
    http://history.acusd.edu/gen/recording/notes.html Return Table of Content Continue
  • 6. History of Music
    • Recording Evolution
      • Stereo to cassette players
      • Developed the 8-track stereo cartridge tape players in 1966
      • Video recording develops in 1950
      • 1965 Philips introduce compact cassette
      • 1969 Sony first Video Cassette
    • Analog to Digital
      • 1980 Sony/Phillips finalizes CD and CD player
      • 1985 Sony produces CD-ROM
      • 1991 Developed World Wide Web
      • From them on the fast transition began to take over transferring from Analog to Digital
    http://history.acusd.edu/gen/recording/notes.html#origins Return Table of Content Continue
  • 7. Current Use Music
    • Music as in expression of ones self
      • Jazz
      • Classical
      • Rock and Roll
      • R&B
        • Southern style, West Coast Style, Northern Style
      • Rap
      • Country
      • Pop
    Return Table of Content Continue
  • 8. Current Use of Music
    • Music As a Trend development Agent
      • Because of the Artist of music new trends in different areas have developed.
        • Clothing
        • Hair styles
        • Physical features
          • Artist are becoming the mirror image for youth as they grow and develop
    Return Table of Content Continue
  • 9. Current Use of Music
    • Music as in Economy
      • As the interest increased in music an economy was developed and became a central way for a lot of people to make money.
      • Music became the gateway for job opportunities in the areas of promotion, radio announcer, producers, ect.
    http://www.move.de/amm/STYLESH.htm Return Table of Content Continue
  • 10. Current Use of Music
    • Music as an Economy
      • Music Market shares
        • Rock 32.5%
        • Pop 9.3 %
        • Country 14.5%
        • R&B 12%
        • Rap 9%
        • Gospel 4%
        • Jazz 3%
        • Classical 3%
        • Oldies 1%
    http://www.move.de/amm/STYLESH.htm Return Table of Content Continue
  • 11. Return Table of Content Continue
  • 12. Current Use of Music
    • Music; A Digital World
      • Today most families have converted from analog to digital.
        • But you do have some who have rejected the digital world, and as the world of technology continues to evolve others will reject it.
        • The analog to digital transfer allowed the music being recorded to be a perfect copy without distortion, to simulate a repeated original recording.
      • Use of the digital conversion has allowed music to be recorded, duplicated, and distributed more efficiently.
    http://www.move.de/amm/STYLESH.htm Return Table of Content Continue
  • 13. Current Use of Music
    • Music; A Digital World
      • What is MP3?
        • MP3 is an encoding program takes a standard uncompressed audio file and compresses it to roughly one-tenth of its original size
        • MP3 allowed users to take digital content files post them on the Web.
        • It is this point that concerns the record industry the most. File-sharing programs like Napster and Gnutella allow users to connect with other users via the Internet and share their MP3 collections without paying in some cases.
    http://wings.buffalo.edu/publications/mcjrnl/v7n2/freebornmp3.html Return Table of Content Continue
  • 14. Return Table of Content Continue
  • 15. Music Competition
    • Who is the real competitor?
      • Competition among music started out as a struggle in music diversification.
      • Competition then moved among different music labels.
      • Competition is now the problem of survival against MP3 sharing.
    http://wings.buffalo.edu/publications/mcjrnl/v7n2/freebornmp3.html Return Table of Content Continue
  • 16. Music Direction
    • The direction of music as an industry is definitely in a mode of change/ adaptation.
      • For those who can not adapt will not survive.
      • To fight or slow this transition into MP3 sharing many music labels have sought legal action against these library sharing sites.
      • Developments in new "watermarked" digital music technologies, such as the Secure Digital Music Initiative (SDMI), as possible replacements for the MP3 codec. They'd be superior to MP3s from the audio standpoint, but would include special encryption codes preventing their widespread distribution
    http://wings.buffalo.edu/publications/mcjrnl/v7n2/freebornmp3.html Return Table of Content Continue
  • 17. Bibliography http:// datadragon.com /education/instruments / http:// www.woznymusic.com/histryof.htm http://history.acusd.edu/gen/recording/notes.html http://history.acusd.edu/gen/recording/notes.html#origins http://www.move.de/amm/STYLESH.htm http://wings.buffalo.edu/publications/mcjrnl/v7n2/freebornmp3.html Nick Buford-Performance Artist and DJ- 404-787-9863 Return Table of Content

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