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2014 Uluslararası Lider Martılar Projesi_No 19
2014 International ICT Leading Seagulls Projects #19

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Musicians and community

  1. 1. CONFLICT BETWEEN MUSICIANS AND COMMUNITY Prepared by ENDER ÇÜRÜK ÇOŞKUN ÇETİN MUSTAFA ÖZTÜRK Group Name: Poliphony
  2. 2. GROUP SLOGAN
  3. 3. Gannt Card
  4. 4. MATRIX DIAGRAM 1 MEDIA SYSTEM HUMAN Ender 5 6 7 Coşkun 5 7 6 Mustafa 7 6 5 Total 17 18 18
  5. 5. PARETO DIAGRAM 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 Ender Coşkun Mustafa TOTAL Media System Human
  6. 6. LITERATURE REVIEW  Miall, H., O. Ramsbotham & T. Woodhouse,Contemporary Conflict Resolution  Jason A. Shelton, Music, Community and Identity  M J Grant, Rebecca Möllemann, Ingvill Morlandstö, Simone Christine Münz and Cornelia Nuxoll, Music and Conflict, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, Vol. 35 No. 2, June, 2010, 183–98.  Olivier Urbain,Music and Conflict Transformation, Harmonies and Dissonances in Geopolitics
  7. 7. DEFINITION OF THE PROBLEM From the beginning of the human story, music has always became an important communication tool. Thus, it is lucid to say that we have music in the roots of communication in a society. Music is a language that everyone can hear and speak or at least feel. This makes it universal and that’s why it is one the most important communication tool. What about musicians place and importance regarding with this communciation? If we see the musician as a facilitator of this communication, what would happen if a conflict appears between community and musicians?
  8. 8. View of Community Technology MEDIA HUMAN SYSTEM Social Network Copyright infringement Law What are the causes of conflict between musicians and community ? reference Religios View Cultural Dıfferences and Idendıty Music Companies General Welfare Politics
  9. 9. COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT • What is copyright infringement? • How does it causes a conflict between community and musicians?
  10. 10. COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT  It is one of the most important conflict between community and artist from all kinds of art.  Because it is not only about permission, it also effects artists’ income.
  11. 11. COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT  Copyright infringement is the use of works protected by copyright law without permission, infringing certain exclusive rights granted to the copyright holder, such as the right to reproduce, distribute, display or perform the protected work, or to make derivative works
  12. 12. COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT  Sharing music is a nice attitude.  In general, people like to see the approval of their preferences around their environment.  If one likes a song or an art piece, he likes to hear or see it around.  This might encourages him to share music illegally.  You are maybe going to let someone to learn about some new music, maybe a new style or maybe a piece that is going to help him to find peace.
  13. 13. CONFLICT WITH COPYRIGHT ISSUE  People apreciate nice music, but they forgot the fact that it is also a production of musicians who are doing this as a profession.  They do it for a living.  If we share their music irresponsibly How can a musician feed his family without any income from his work?
  14. 14. CONFLICT WITH COPYRIGHT ISSUE  What if you don’t have money, but you want to listen to an artist?  Jon Gomm: free full songs preview and pay what you want.  10% of the proceeds from all the Domestic Science Singles Series goes to The Happy House children's home in Watamu, Kenya.  Currently, pay whatever you want system is updated and we see an average value for songs. Yet, there is no change in free full preview.
  15. 15. CONFLICT WITH COPYRIGHT ISSUE  I'm not anti-filesharing. It can be a great way of online communities discovering new music. It's hardly some terrible crime anyway in my opinion, and I'm certainly never gonna sue anybody! (I'll leave that to Metallica.) That's why on my latest album there's no threatening copyright notice, just the phrase "Please share my music responsibly".  What that means is: It's up to you! The ball is in your court. I trust you.  My advice is this: If you share my music with your friends, with your family, or even with an online music community you're a part of: that makes me happy and grateful. If you upload my full album to Youtube, Usenet or a BitTorrent site so anybody in the world can take it for free: that potentially leaves me broke and sad.  As with many artists/bands, you can already listen to all my music for free on my website.  Jon Gomm
  16. 16. SOME EXAMPLES AND PROBABLE SOLUTIONS  Amanda Palmer, The Art of Asking http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMj_P_6H69g  She has a huge success against music production companies.  She says listeners don’t want to pay for companies, they want to pay for music.  Pledge music  Kickstarter
  17. 17. RELIGIOUS VIEWPOINT  Rock, Metal Music is Satan’s Music  Women Singers  Gazali, one of the prominent enlightened of Islam, states that there is no evidence to prohibit music besides styles that canalize people to immoral acts and adds that the statue of it, related with whether it is wrong or halal, may change according to time and place.
  18. 18. CULTURAL DIFFERENCES AND IDENTITIY  Music style and public opinion conflict  A music style may not fit into a society, although it is very normal for another one.  Recently in Turkey, the government cut the budget support for Ankara Jazz Festival( the only jazz festival in Turkey) by stating that the jazz music is not belong to our culture.  http://www.milliyet.com.tr/sponsorsuz-caz- festivali/pazar/haberdetay/11.05.2014/1880597/def ault.htm Özlem Akarsu Çelik
  19. 19. CULTURAL DIFFERENCES AND IDENTITIY  In 2 of may, Cumhuriyet published that with this title: “The Prime Minister said, ‘Don’t do jazz’”...  http://www.cumhuriyet.com.tr/haber/turkiye/67555/B asbakan__caz_yapmayin__dedi.html  Besides too many important jazz musicians, A Capella Bogazici, the group that is formed by Bogazici University students, is going to perform in this festival.
  20. 20. SYSTEM
  21. 21. 8 STEPS TO MAKE A GOOD ALBUM  Ideation  Background Arrangement  Recording  Music Production:  Mixing  Mastering  Replication  Publishing  TOTAL COST = over 100.000 TL
  22. 22. PREFERENCE OF PRODUCER  AJDAR  BANU ALKAN  MUSTAFA TOPALOGLU  BILO  ASUMAN KRAUSE  ………..  TOTAL COST = Dead of MUSICIAN
  23. 23. COUSE OF THOSE PREFERENCES  Interesting  Funny  Attractiveness of Women TOTAL COST = Dead of ARTISTIC SENSITIVITY
  24. 24. POOR BRILLIANCE
  25. 25. MEDIA WHO IS THE ARTIST ?
  26. 26. DO YOU KNOW HOW VIRGINIA WOOLF WROTE HER NOVELS ?
  27. 27. 1.MEDIA 2.SOCIAL NETWORK
  28. 28. SURVEY  How many albums do you have ?  How many of them did you pay for ?  Do you agree with the copyright issue ?  How many street performers did you listen enjoyfully ?  Did you argue with artist in social network ?
  29. 29. HOW MANY ALBUMS DO YOU HAVE ? 12% 80% 8% NUMBER OF PEOPLE none more than 25 less than 25
  30. 30. HOW MANY OF ALBUMS DID YOU PAY FOR ? 98% 2% NUMBER OF ALBUMS none customer
  31. 31. DO YOU AGREE WITH THE COPYRIGHT ISSUE ? 85% 15% NUMBER OF PEOPLE not agreed agreed
  32. 32. HOW MANY STREET PERFORMERS DID YOU LISTEN ENJOYFULLY ? 8% 72% 20% NUMBER OF PEOPLE never enjoyfully dislike
  33. 33. DID YOU ARGUE WITH ARTIST IN SOCIAL NETWORK ? 65% 35% NUMBER OF PEOPLE yes no
  34. 34. SUGGESTIONS Being sensitive to real musicians rather than having no labour music  Amanda Palmer, The Art of Asking http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMj_P_6H69g  Pledge Music  Kickstarter
  35. 35. REFERENCES  Miall, H., O. Ramsbotham & T. Woodhouse,Contemporary Conflict Resolution:  Alain de Botton,On Seeing and Noticing  http://www.dersimiz.com/ilginc-bilgiler/Sanat- Sanatcilar-21-1.html  http://www.articlesbase.com/music-articles/the-7- steps-to-making-a-great-music-album-762567.html  http://www.milliyet.com.tr/sponsorsuz-caz- festivali/pazar/haberdetay/11.05.2014/1880597/def ault.htm
  36. 36. REFERENCES  Miall, H., O. Ramsbotham & T. Woodhouse,Contemporary Conflict Resolution  Jason A. Shelton, Music, Community and Identity  M J Grant, Rebecca Möllemann, Ingvill Morlandstö, Simone Christine Münz and Cornelia Nuxoll, Music and Conflict, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, Vol. 35 No. 2, June, 2010, 183–98.  Olivier Urbain,Music and Conflict Transformation, Harmonies and Dissonances in Geopolitics
  37. 37. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT And we’re thankful to our lovely Instructor Dr.Hayal Köksal for her guidance and support. For further information about her and her studies, please visit: http://www.hayalkoksal. com/
  38. 38. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION 

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