Ian project 1 - part 2

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Ian project 1 - part 2

  1. 1. The Future of Music Distribution 2.0
  2. 2. • How have changes in distribution methods affected the music industry and its patrons throughout history? • What is to be learned from those adaptations for the industry’s future in cloud computing?
  3. 3. In the Beginning Edison Cylinder Phonograph Circa 1899 Sheet Music Circa 18th Century Radio Circa 1920
  4. 4. Mass Distribution • Loss of need for live performance. • Encourages at-home music making.
  5. 5. Recording & Distribution • Music Reaches the Masses. • Quality of sound increases.
  6. 6. Quality Enhancement • Loss of need for at- home music making. • Encourages at-home music listening.
  7. 7. Modern Methods 8-Track Tape 1960s-1970s Cassette Tape 1970s-2000s Compact Disc 1980s-Present
  8. 8. Portability • Loss of need for at- home listening. • Encourages professional music recording industry.
  9. 9. Digital Revolution Napster 1999 iTunes 2001 Sound Cloud 2007
  10. 10. Hyper Mass Production • Loss of physical product. • Encourages amateur musician market.
  11. 11. Future Thoughts • Will the future digital distribution of audio/visual “Intellectual Property” operate under a different structural basis than the current system which observes copyright law? • How will that affect the quality of substance, sound & distribution?

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