Technology and the Future of Music
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This paper discusses the future of music and technology, noting that there are market as well as legal issues involved. The author explains that although the music industry has integrated a lot of new technology and issues such as copyright and pirating are hot news, a wide range of music is still out there for the true aficionados.
From the Paper:"In an ideal world, the critical voices in this discussion would be fans and the musicians, but that has become something of a secondary issue. The interesting wrinkle in this situation is that a wide range of music is still available, through niche market exposure. Big business and new technologies push mainstream acts into the aural limelight as copyright legalities continue to be debated. Researching this issue brings up many different points of view. Critics of President Bill Clinton's signing of the 1996 Telecommunications Act note...."
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