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Re: Music business today. I am way behind the times.

Postby soundsofcallado on Tue Nov 28, 2017 3:25 pm

Bernardo wrote:But that's because you're into that process, not because you'd stand to make more off of it in the first place. What's fucked is the perspective that being in a live band is obsolete because there are more efficient ways of becoming popular.

Yeah, this is on of the main things that bothers me also. Outside of net sales and streaming and all that, that seems to be my biggest gripe with the assumption that the internet is the only way.

I am not looking to get "popular" or be someone or any of that. I will continue to do with my band the record and tour and maybe it'll pay off way; we're hard-headed. But, it fascinates me the environment we live in with internet and how it can be used for good (and not so good).
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Re: Music business today. I am way behind the times.

Postby Facundo on Mon Dec 04, 2017 7:42 am

Neil Young is probably The Fucking Boss of the music business today.


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Re: Music business today. I am way behind the times.

Postby Anthony Flack on Mon Dec 04, 2017 6:37 pm

He's not giving it away exactly, he's launching a new music streaming service

While the site isn’t exactly the most intuitive — Young recorded a 10-minute tutorial video to explain how to use the site — and it isn’t available on your mobile phone

which is sure to be a great success.
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