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This infographic makes great sense of my own demise evolution and the current state of the music industry. Enjoy, while I’m in New York and Canada for the weekend.
Source & larger view: James West
Series: Featured Posts, NoneTags: art, infographic, music, music business
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All I can say is I’m so sorry and I hope this trend breeds a new and fairer way of compensating artists.
I’d also like to apologize for sounding remarkably like a politician in the above comment.
Hey Shaun. You’ve probably already seen this article as it’s a year-and-a-half old, but it’s a good one…in a fairly depressing sort of way. I still think things can turn around (yeah, I’m crazy I know). But I have some ideas. Have fun up north.
Call me old fashion, but I still buy CDs.
(Yes, compact discs).
Same here, Katie. I don’t own an i-anything (pod, pad, phone…) and no mp3 player, so I don’t have a way to listen to digital music other than possibly listening online. And honestly, when I’m online I am either reading or writing & music distracts me. I still listen to CDs in my car all the time! (and the local Christian radio station)
Awesome graphic! I wonder what it will look like 10 years from now.
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