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Computer-Aided Music Distribution: The Future of Selection

Monty Solomon (
Tue, 12 Apr 2005 00:08:22 -0400

Computer-aided music distribution: The future of selection, retrieval
and transmission

by Nancy Bogucki Duncan and Mark A. Fox


The Internet has made music more widely available and increased the
convenience with which we can listen to music. We increasingly
recognize that recorded music can take the form of digital files. The
Internet and related technologies for music delivery have been made
viable by advances in compression, data storage, and transmission
technologies. To provide greater value to consumers, music labels need
to make greater use of retrieval and selection technologies.



The product of music

Why do we choose to experience music in different ways?

Technology and the provision of value to consumers.


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