Essays Tagged: "Music industry"


Statements such as that has started an on going debate about censorship in thetelevision and music industry. What exactly is censorship? Some feel censorship is aviolation of the first amendmen ... o be censored, and what doesn't? The fact of the matter is that their are the pro's andcon's in the music and entertainment industry about censorship. Since its invention earlier this century, ...

(3 pages) 111 0 4.0 Jan/1996

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Law

Effect of the Market on Construction of Music

anufactured Bands ever be Classified as 'Good' Art? The Effect of the Market on the Construction of MusicIntroduction Manufactured bands now make up a major percentage of chart music today, not ... I would like to discuss how the standard of art has been lowered by the capitalistic system of the music industry, using a specific example - 'Upside Down', which is maybe the latest addition to this ...

(9 pages) 96 0 3.5 Mar/1996

Subjects: Art Essays > Music History & Studies

how drugs in the music industry is making music popular for the wrong reasons

Drugs in the music IndustryThe Music World-glamorous, fast paced, and a world most of us will never be part of. B ... l want to be? The whole world seems to be building itself around drugs more and more every day, and music industry isn't immune. In fact, music is one of the most influential art forms of today's soci ... se bands have sold more than 60 million albums(Newsweek pgs 50 & 53).Since kids emulate popular musicians, what is there to keep them from emulating their drug use? Moreover, what's to keep the ma ...

(9 pages) 158 0 3.6 Mar/1997

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Controversial Issues > Drugs & Alchohol

this is an essay that describes the music industry and its foes the MP3.

The Music Industry and its Foe the MP3Perhaps no other decade in history has contributed as much to the ... s. Although MP3 is not a new format it is the fastest growing file format on the Internet. MP3s are music files that are converted from a normal CD audio file but in a lot smaller size; which means th ... oing online. As with most new technologies, the Internet doesn't just draw outside the lines of the music industry it offers the opportunity for revolutionary changes. But even in this new digital wor ...

(12 pages) 450 1 3.1 Jun/2002

Subjects: Science Essays > Computer Science > Computer Ethics

Napster Alternatives

ernet companies. Napster is a software program that allows registered users to download and upload music over the Internet, free of cost. Over the past few years, Napster has been the target of crit ... icism, disapproval and lawsuits. It has been one of the most talked about controversies amongst the music industry.Since practically its birth Napster has been harassed by the Recording Industry As ...

(4 pages) 91 0 3.5 Nov/2002

Subjects: Art Essays > Music History & Studies

Analysis of the Music Industry: Describes in detail how the music industry has changed its methods of distribution, promotion and manufacturing.

In the recent years there has been a change in the structure of the Music industry and the paths that have been used for creating, promoting and distributing music. Mos ... e future impact, we need to clearly understand the current structure.The value chain of the present music market is pretty simple. We have four main players - Artists, Music Agents (intermediates), Di ... , Music Agents (intermediates), Distributors and Consumers. The way that the product, in our case a musical CD or just music, reaches its final destination is most of the times well defined. There are ...

(11 pages) 928 2 4.4 Nov/2002

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers > Case Studies

Music & Other Entertainment

Music and Entertainment has been in this world for decades.We have had all kinds of cultures and rel ... arilyn Monroe,Frank Sintara,Sammy Davis Jr.,Temptations and etc.These performers have dominated the music industry and hollywood movie industry.Music has been the main scene in the world for along tim ... in the world for along time and it has always been a factor in my life and others around the world.Music a great thing to have in the world,it keeps us occuped and busy.Music has been great and I don ...

(1 pages) 47 0 3.6 Mar/2003

Subjects: Art Essays > Music History & Studies

How The Internet has Affected the Music Industry.

ages to e-mail, to online gaming, to viewing sport and film previews, and to buying and downloading music online. The Internet has now become one of the music industry's greatest markets, estimated to ... ted to reach over 25% of sales in five years. This may be true, yet the Internet is also one of the music industries greatest enemies.For some years now online shopping has been available to anyone wi ...

(4 pages) 359 1 4.8 Mar/2003

Subjects: Science Essays > Computer Science > Computer Ethics

Les Paul The Inventor Of The Century.

recording in 1929, after he invented the electric solid body guitar in the late 1928, this allowed musicians to join separate lines of music and lyrics to be blended into one, with sound on sound whi ... the same time), this made recording possible without stopping and re-taping the whole song, now the music industry relies on his inventions starting with the solid body guitar and then multi-track tap ...

(1 pages) 56 1 3.4 May/2003

Subjects: Art Essays > Music History & Studies

Earl Simmons.

manic depression that he suffered from. After years of hard work and dedication to making it in the music industry, he landed a record deal with Ruffhouse and came out with his first single, titled "B ...

(2 pages) 35 0 4.0 May/2003

Subjects: Art Essays > Music History & Studies

New Challenges faced by the Music Industry.

New Challenges faced by the Music IndustryDavid BrineThe music industry faces new challenges, both technological and leg ... s the focus of the recording industry as a whole, and individual artists. It now reaches beyond the music industry as it once did, but this industry is its major opponent. Another option is a subscrip ... tacts to become one of the leading internet innovators.In comparing these two models of sharing music via the internet, they are similar to two creative theories. The peer-to-peer network structur ...

(11 pages) 585 0 4.6 May/2003

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Law

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson...and his impact on the Music Industry"If you want to make the world a better place take a look at yourself and then make th ... sfied. I always wish the world could be a better place. Hopefully, you know, that what I do with my music, brings happiness to people."- Michael Jackson (September 1987) Ebony/Jet ShowcaseMichael Jack ... men of all time. However, now that Michael Jackson has become one of the most bizarre characters in music history, many of his contributions to the music industry have been overlooked. But regardless ...

(9 pages) 158 3 2.4 May/2003

Subjects: Art Essays

Internet Debacle.

The Internet DebacleMusic resonates everywhere, whether people chose to hear music or not. For example department stores ... le department stores, amusement parks, highway rest stops, and restaurants can all be found playing music openly. Music comes from within, but to some, comes from Internet websites that provide an eas ... es from within, but to some, comes from Internet websites that provide an easy and open door to the music industry. Until fairly recently, the music industry has regarded file-sharing as a threat, and ...

(3 pages) 72 1 4.3 Aug/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Current Issues

Is Activist Hacking Illegal?

loading their copyrighted material online. RIAA is an unbrella organization that consistsof leading music industry distributors that doesn't have any real say about litigationconcerning a specific one ... just full of hot air, try it for yourself. Go search google for this program and you'llsee that the music industry is agressively hacking into people's computer which could only beseen as computer ter ...

(1 pages) 96 1 4.5 Sep/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Controversial Issues

The history, benifits and complications of Mp3s and Piracy.

The trading of MP3's or digital music over the Internet is all ways going to be an important part of the music industry, and is an u ... t the major sites and companies in court with copyright suits. Quinlan states "Although downloading music over the Internet and playing it back on computer or portable digital music players has become ... quality audio from the Web very quickly, causingit to become a worldwide auditioning system for new musicians and labels. Established bands post sample tracks from new albums to encourage CD sales, an ...

(7 pages) 278 0 4.4 Dec/2003

Subjects: Science Essays > Computer Science

HMV's Micro Environment

have affected its approach to marketing.The last five years have brought on massive changes for the music industry. Faced with not only the traditional competition of fellow labels and retailers, but ... through new technologies, they've had to play a completely new game.So how would one of the oldest music trademarks, HMV, take on this challenge?HMV'S MICRO-ENVIRONMENTHMV recognised the need to rese ...

(2 pages) 70 0 3.7 Dec/2003

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers > Marketing

Recording deals in the music industry

The following are most of the options available WHEN a musician gets the industry's attention. The musician then needs to impress the music industry with h ... or labels need to work with creative talents to maintain their viability in a ever-changing popular music environment.The following short summaries of the most common kinds of indie/major deals are gi ...

(3 pages) 65 0 4.2 Dec/2003

Subjects: Art Essays > Music History & Studies

Essay in support of music piracy.

Today I want to talk about internet piracy and music. What is piracy? Piracy is the act of stealing an artist's work without any intention of payin ... the artists. Napster provided a model that could be used by up and coming bands to distribute their music without the control and manipulation of the business. And that is the exact reason why the rec ... y there to distribute artist?s work, and they charge a lot of money for it too. The 273,000 working musicians in America make an average of $30,000 a year, yet the music industry is a $40 billion-a-ye ...

(2 pages) 86 0 4.0 Jan/2004

Subjects: Social Science Essays

This essay is about Jazz's dominant affect on the social environment in America.

Jazz In AmericaSince its conception, jazz has spread across the world, dominating the music industry with its unique sound and structure. Jazz has not only affected the musical world, bu ... life for Americans. Jazz of the 1940s and 1950s had a profound impact on the social environment and music of America; analysis of jazz artists' quest for recognition and acceptance, jazz patrons' purs ... ation. The Cotton Club in Harlem would only allow white people to enjoy what they called "primitive music" (Porter 102). White society did not even consider jazz at that time to be an authentic art fo ...

(8 pages) 184 0 4.6 Feb/2004

Subjects: Art Essays > Music History & Studies

Napster:Explained. In this report i explain exactly what napster is and how it has changed the file sharing industry.

at would change the world. This computer program is called Napster, and it has been terrorizing the music industry since it's conception in August of 1999. Napster is an internet program used to downl ... eir favorite albums. Many of these cds had only one or two good songs, and the rest was just filler music. If a person did not want to buy the cd, they could record it onto tape, but the sound quality ...

(14 pages) 171 0 3.4 Feb/2004

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Communication Studies > The Media