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  • Music ethics

    1. 1. Music
ethics

    2. 2. Music
ethics
 Waleed Alfuriah
    3. 3. Music
ethics
 Waleed Alfuriah abdallah al-bassam
    4. 4. Music
ethics
 Waleed Alfuriah abdallah al-bassam fahad saad
    5. 5. What is the music industry ?The music industry or music business isselling recoding and performances of musicAmong many individuals and organizations thatoperate with musicians . 2
    6. 6. 
For
the
past
two
decades,
many
 problems
have
occurred
in
the
 music
industry.
One
of
these
 problems
is
the
way
of
marke=ng
 music.
Ar=sts
these
days
have
cross
 the
ethical
line
so
far
that
led
to
 many
changes
on
people
ethically.
 Which
we
will
discuss
the
side
 effects
and
the
posi=ve
side
of
it
in
 this
presenta=on
.
    7. 7. Thesis

    8. 8. Thesis


music
industry
is
a
way
for
making
 tons
of
money
even
if
it
affects
the
 public
ethically.

    9. 9. Moral
side
effect

    10. 10. Moral
side
effect

 Most
 people
 listen
 to
 music
 every
 day.
 And
 Most
 of
 them
 don’t
 care
 what
 the
 music
 represents.
 They
 just
 like
 the
 sound
 and
 the
 rhythm
 of
 it
 .even
 though,
 it
 affect
 people
 minds.
 For
 example:
 rap
 music.
 Most
 rappers
 rap
 about
 murder,
 adulatory,
 violence
 and
 racism.
 So
 when
 normal
 people
 listen
 to
 it.
 They
will
think
that
it
what
most
people
do
or
 its
an
acceptable
thing
to
do.
    11. 11. 


One
study
found
that
young
subjects
who
 watched
violent
rap
videos
were
more
 accep=ng
of
violent
ac=ons,
par=cularly
 against
women.
Addi=onally,
those
who
 watched
either
violent
or
nonviolent
music
 videos
were
more
exposed
to
express
feelings
 through

crimes
and
violence
ac=vi=es.
    12. 12. Examples
of
ar=st
these
days

    13. 13. Examples
of
ar=st
these
days

    14. 14. Examples
of
ar=st
these
days
 Lady gaga
    15. 15. Examples
of
ar=st
these
days
 Lady gaga Represents
    16. 16. Examples
of
ar=st
these
days
 Lady gaga Represents Nudity
    17. 17. Examples
of
ar=st
these
days
 Lady gaga Represents Nudity
    18. 18. Examples
of
ar=st
these
days
 Lady gaga Lil wayne Represents Nudity
    19. 19. Examples
of
ar=st
these
days
 Lady gaga Lil wayne Represents Represents Nudity
    20. 20. Examples
of
ar=st
these
days
 Lady gaga Lil wayne Represents Represents Nudity Violence
    21. 21. Examples
of
ar=st
these
days
 Lady gaga Lil wayne Represents Represents Nudity Violence And
    22. 22. Examples
of
ar=st
these
days
 Lady gaga Lil wayne Represents Represents Nudity Violence And Drug addiction
    23. 23. Marketing musicThe
Most
Common
ressources
to
market

 music
are
:

    24. 24. Marketing musicThe
Most
Common
ressources
to
market

 music
are
:
 itunes
    25. 25. Marketing musicThe
Most
Common
ressources
to
market

 music
are
:
 itunes Web sites
    26. 26. Marketing musicThe
Most
Common
ressources
to
market

 music
are
:
 itunes Web Music sites videos
    27. 27. •Worldwide Music Industry Revenues (2006 - 2011)2006 ($60.7 billion), 2007 ($61.5 billion), 2008 ($62.6billion), 2009 ($65.0 billion), 2010 ($66.4 billion), 2011($67.6 billion)Worldwide Live Music / Concert Revenues (2006 - 2011)$16.6 billion (2006), $18.1 billion (2007), $19.4 billion(2008), $20.8 billion (2009), $22.2 billion (2010), $23.5billion (2011) 9
    28. 28. ITUNES
 •The world’s #1 music store. And more.What makes the iTunes Store such a hit? Over 13 millionhigh-quality, DRM-free songs priced at just 69¢, 99¢, or$1.29 each. •Music’s just the beginning. You can also rent or buy blockbuster movies and HD episodes of your favorite TV shows, shop for audiobooks, and download apps for your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. Subscribe to free podcasts about anything and everything. 10
    29. 29. Sta=s=cs
about
the
profits
of
music
 industry
    30. 30. Sta=s=cs
about
the
profits
of
music
 industryIn
2009
globally,
for
the
first
=me,
more
than
 one
quarter
of
record
companies’
revenues
 came
from
digital
channels.
Fans
can
acquire
 tracks
and
albums
from
download
stores,
 streaming
sites,
subscrip=on
services,
free‐to‐ user
sites,
bundled
with
their
broadband
or
a
 mobile
phone
handset.
    31. 31. •This presentation points the way to an optimistic future for the music industry – great offerings for consumers, more investment in artists, economic growth and more jobs. Yet we are nowhere near that future today, and we will not get there without a secure legal environment where creative work is rewarded and copyright theft is effectively deterred. To unlock the enormous potential of digital music, we have to address piracy both on P2P networksand in other forms. That is where, today, we look togovernments for action. 12
    32. 32. Conclusion

    33. 33. Conclusion



So
in
conclusion
music
these
days
are
affec=ng
our
 communi=es
and
record
companies
are
not
being
responsible
 to
this
affec=on
,
because
they
know
that
the
more
the
music
 contain
nudity
,
racism
or
violence
The
more
profit

they
will
 make
.

    34. 34. Conclusion



So
in
conclusion
music
these
days
are
affec=ng
our
 communi=es
and
record
companies
are
not
being
responsible
 to
this
affec=on
,
because
they
know
that
the
more
the
music
 contain
nudity
,
racism
or
violence
The
more
profit

they
will
 make
.

    35. 35. Conclusion



So
in
conclusion
music
these
days
are
affec=ng
our
 communi=es
and
record
companies
are
not
being
responsible
 to
this
affec=on
,
because
they
know
that
the
more
the
music
 contain
nudity
,
racism
or
violence
The
more
profit

they
will
 make
.
music
s=ll
not
a
bad
business
if
governments
took
series
ac=ons
 to
protect
it
from
being
copied
and
sold
for
free
.



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