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Music & interaction

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An exploration of music consumption in the context of user interaction. How we control our music today? What it means?

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Music & interaction

  1. 1. Music & Interaction Visualizations & Change in User Behavior Over Time An Exploration by C.Aydincan Ataberk
  2. 2. Music in 60’s
  3. 3. Music in 60’s This was the track.
  4. 4. Music in 60’s And here is the control.
  5. 5. Music in 80’s
  6. 6. Music in 80’s This was the track.
  7. 7. Music in 80’s More control over the track has arrived.
  8. 8. Music in 80’s And these two came later. Slightly little more control over the linear playlist.
  9. 9. Music in 80’s Note this one.
  10. 10. Music in 80’s Helped people “create” their own compilations.
  11. 11. Music in 80’s And started the actual “sharing” of music.
  12. 12. After 80’s
  13. 13. After 80’s Came this.
  14. 14. After 80’s Play it in your head.You can do it. Dub Dub Dub Dub Dada
  15. 15. After 80’s Play it in your head.You can do it. Dub Dub Dub Dub Dada Tss Tss Tss Tss
  16. 16. And the most used graphical representation of the music became a strait line.
  17. 17. The Music After 00’s This is the track today.
  18. 18. The Music After 00’s A single strait line, and a pointer that goes from A to B. A B
  19. 19. The Music After 00’s iTunes Grooveshark Youtube
  20. 20. The Music After 00’s Now we have the freedom to jump wherever we like in a particular song. A B
  21. 21. The Music After 00’s A B And we have these...
  22. 22. The Music After 00’s A B And these...
  23. 23. The Music After 00’s A B And even these... 23.456 scrobbles 136 likes 1.243.092 views
  24. 24. The Music After 00’s A B Even these... User X Wrote: Oh... This song reminds me my good old school days :(( User Y Wrote: Beautiful song... Love and peace from Athens!
  25. 25. The Music is the same.
  26. 26. What ever the genre, it is a 3 to 9 min track.
  27. 27. 23.456 scrobbles 136 likes 1.243.092 views User X Wrote: Oh... This song reminds me my good old school days :((
  28. 28. What we have now, crazy amount of control over our music.
  29. 29. Consuming behavior, context of consumption, time spent, interaction with the artist, reach, being a fan, being an artist, and even being famous, has changed.
  30. 30. From this,
  31. 31. 23.456 scrobbles 136 likes 1.243.092 views User X Wrote: Oh... to that.
  32. 32. What all this tells us?
  33. 33. Those times, we were listening to our favorite album for years.
  34. 34. The music was tangible and consumed over long time, slowly.
  35. 35. Enough time to develop a deeper emotional connection, not only with the music but also with the object it self: the album.
  36. 36. 23.456 scrobbles 136 likes 1.243.092 views User X Wrote: Oh... This song reminds me my good old school days :(( Intangibility of today’s music,
  37. 37. 23.456 scrobbles 136 likes 1.243.092 views User X Wrote: Oh... This song reminds me my good old school days :(( and the pace of consumption, makes us dissatisfied.
  38. 38. 23.456 scrobbles 136 likes 1.243.092 views User X Wrote: Oh... This song reminds me my good old school days :(( You probably hear a lot of “Music is dead man! Deal with it.”
  39. 39. But things are not as bad as it may look.
  40. 40. Now, how i can describe music as: It is socially instant and radically open.
  41. 41. This is whereYouTube, and others come to the scene. But for the next time.
  42. 42. until then twitter me: @aydincan blogger me: human-after-all.com Thank you. Next: Music &Youtube.

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