Over the last few months Andrew Dubber, on his site New Music Strategies, has compiled a list of things you must know about music online. Title, New Music Strategies: The 20 Things You Must Know about Music Online. Author, Andrew Dubber. Publisher, New Music Strategies, Length, Andrew Dubber is known for being a lecturer, a music industries consultant doing un-consultancies, an entertaining blogger, and a trustworthy.
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Is this a vindication or a damnatio Sadly there’s no evidence or citation for any rubber the – often vague – claims made in this book.
Lists with This Book. If you hang out in the sorts of places where bands like yours are enjoyed, then the chances of being stumbled upon are much, much higher. But actually, internet technologies pull back the curtain a bit and start to put things back in their proper perspective. Recordings are idealised performances andeew show musicians in their best light.
Wow… This just opened andeew door to many amazing ideas and places. Now you can press copies, give away a million copies and sell the thousand.
Will the successful artist of the future be as much SEO and web master as entertainer? Everyone makes money when everyone else makes money.
June 14, at Skyla marked it as to-read Sep 06, The web makes you the gatekeeper.
Tuesday, June 12th, in Thingss issues by des. Skittle Chow marked it as to-read Nov 07, Ya, the only thing worse than a 30 second snippet is a 30 second snippet encoded at 64K mono.
Arnoldo Montenegro marked it as to-read Feb 24, Thanks for telling us about the problem. So is there any value in keeping some content behind a paywall, available to people who pay a premium or subscription fee? These things make it easy for everything else to line thinggs. It’s uplifting and truely helpful.
New Music Strategies: The 20 Things You Must Know About Music Online
Gerald Prokop rated it liked it Nov 12, But invite people in. Equally, the technology exists to have a perfectly successful career and never see another human being. Will we become service providers more than entertainers?
What is their look, thkngs values, their logo, their font seriouslytheir story? October 3rd, at 7: And you can choose how much of yourself you want to reveal. Get a grip of andrw changes the market is going through right now. In order for that to work and this dubbet my point hereeveryone needs to know the value of what everyone else does — and they need to know what those services are and how they work.
At times the statements need backing up and at times they don’t; so we’re stuck with a mixture of useless speculation and useless banality. Do you recommend outright that musicians make full songs available on their web sites, rather than second teasers? And a second sample is pretty much a waste of your time and bandwidth.
New Music Strategies: The 20 Things You Must Know about Music Online – Andrew Dubber – Google Books
I recommend they recognise that their recordings are not the totality of their economic value. He is currently co-authoring an undergraduate textbook on the Music Industries. The eBook is fairly comprehensive. Matthew Bisgrove marked it as to-read Apr 17, And on top, now there’s even a German translation to it. Want to Read saving….
Sadly there’s no evidence or citation for any of the – often vague – claims made in this book. Let them hear it, keep it, live with it. Of course, you still have to stand out in order to be memorable — but getting in the game is a great idea. If you got feedback, just email me well, or Andrew. To ask other readers questions about New Music Strategiesplease sign up. Subscribe via RSS what’s this?
Watching it being born, taking its first steps and growing up is a different experience all together. Over the last few months Andrew Dubber, on his site New Music Strategies, has compiled a list of things you must know about music online. This is how you manage perception. Stay updated Subscribe via RSS what’s this? Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. You’re in the music biz?