Chapter 1 EI 303
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Date Created: 08/31/16
EI Survey 08/30/16 Chapter 1: Goals: 1. Learn that the music business is large, diverse, and ever changing 2. Become familiar with the historical development of music as a profession 3. Learn that today’s music is only one component of the arts, entertainment, and the communications industry Music and Society Well over a billion digital music tracks are sold in the US o In 2003 roughly 19 million were purchased Streaming music subscriptions, from 2011, totaled 13 million accounts on a global standpoint 1 in 5 Americans can play a musical instrument. o Yearly they pay $6 million on their instruments, accessories and sheet music Hundreds of thousands of live performances take place on a yearly basis in the US – anything from symphony concerts to clubs Art vs Commerce Previously o Consumer appetite for music and stable business models = fat, happy music industry o Now P2P file sharing + nontraditional and online retail + single track downloads = uncertainty for the music industry Musicians and merchants can be both allies and natural enemies Artists often want to: o Break creative boundaries o Be heard and appreciated as much as possible o Connect with their audience Music merchants often want to: o Fit the mainstream sales taste o Connect with the audience’s wallet or budget New technology brings many changes o New music 2
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