Blog post entry 2 The social interaction with music and the business behind it in today’s technology world


The music business has changed dramatically over the past few decades.  The Internet has created a totally different changed for many musicians and other people involved in the music world. Today, many people who are musicians, songwriters, record producers,etc face the fight to deal with the Internet. The income of people involved in the music business have reduced over the past fifteen years most likely due to the piracy, file sharing, and the CD burning of digital music on the internet. Furthermore, the article explains that many of the technology being used in today’s music business is very useful. For instance, you can use social media sites such as Facebook, Titter, etc to get people listening to your band’s music. Music blogging is another big thing of the internet because bloggers can have huge connections with big name musicians like Ted Nugent to write about the following of the musician: upcoming concerts, new albums, recent appearances on other media outlets, etc. Today is even better with buying music since you do not have to go to the store to buy the music. Any music you want to buy is available online. Whether you want iTunes,Amazon, etc, you can use those websites to buy the band’s album(s). New technology has allowed bands to become more noticed than ever before.

http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2211556

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