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How Technology Is Changing The Music Business (Documentary) technology documentary



เราอาศัยอยู่ในโลกที่ใช้เทคโนโลยี ยุคสมัยของคอลเลกชันซีดีขนาดใหญ่และแพลตฟอร์มสตรีมมิ่งอย่าง Spotify และ Pandora เป็นราชาไปแล้ว แต่การเปลี่ยนแปลงเหล่านี้ในนักดนตรีเทคโนโลยีส่งผลกระทบอย่างไรในปัจจุบัน Blues Rock Review พูดคุยกับนักดนตรีทั่วประเทศเพื่อขอความคิดเห็นเกี่ยวกับการสตรีม ความสำคัญของโซเชียลมีเดีย และคำแนะนำสำหรับศิลปินที่ต้องการทำธุรกิจเพลง ศิลปินเด่น – Joe Bonamassa – Robert Randolph – Philip Sayce – Anthony Gomes – Mike Zito – Hannah Wicklund – Diana Rein – Jeremie Albino .

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  1. I don't see how anyone can think of music as a means of making a living today. Unless you are famous and can draw 100s of people where ever you go, you can't even recoup gas money from shows. Of all the shows I've played, I've never made more than $60 at a show, especially when you have to split it 4 ways. $60 dollars was a good night which only comes once in a blue moon. I think 99% of us just do it for fun. Anyone who thinks there is money in it is a fool. At least there is no money if you are not famous. Music and movies are essentially free today! No one even cares to download music, it is on demand. At least 10 years ago people actually downloaded music. Now nobody even cares about downloading. No one cares! If you are super famous, people will pay for your music. You'd basically have to be Adele to make money!

  2. A really well put together video and a great insight into the different shape of the industry to even ten years ago. Interesting to hear the musicians at the sharp-end and their experiences. Thanks for this, I’m in the game myself and this was inspiring stuff 👍

  3. Hopefully someday there will be a balance for the artists.. I love music at our fingertips, especially music I've already bought in some format or another.. but there was never anything more magical than spending the better part of a Saturday afternoon in a record store. Just like everything, gotta reinvent yourselves in creative ways.. some like the Patreon type model, I know I'd sponsor certain artists, maybe not a monthly commitment, but a kickstarter-type donation toward the next new album, just stay very close and connected to your fans

  4. As much as I miss spinning a CD on my Blues Radio Program, technology has it's benefits for discovering new artists and a larger variety of blues style music. Spotify is the way to keeping my targeted audience to staying tuned into my radio program. In saying that I speak with musicians all the time and technology is the best way to getting yourself out there though it doesn't pay the bills or put food on the table to feed the family.

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