Tag Archives: Music Industry

The Evidence Is In

There was a lot of talk, in the past decade, about how the music industry would change, post iTunes and peer-to-peer file sharing.  A lot of ideas were proposed about how musicians would make more money than ever before, in … Continue reading

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Unsung Heroes of Music

I promised my friend I would write this.  My friend sent me a link to something incredible, yesterday.  This is the link I was sent:  http://bushytunes.bandcamp.com/ “Looks innocuous enough”, I thought.  Little did I realise that I was about to … Continue reading

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What if Cynicism and Mediocrity Killed the Music Industry?

In this article I propose to discuss some heresies.  I know they are not popularly believed or frequently expressed.  At least, I’ve not seen them discussed much.  However, I have a nagging feeling that this way of looking at the … Continue reading

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Has Downloading Killed the Music Industry?

What if the purpose of music was to say something meaningful to your audience, instead of being just a vehicle to make money?  Sure, it would be nice to afford to do it full time and make a decent living … Continue reading

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