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Popular Music in the Post-Digital Age - (Hardcover)

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Number of Pages: 304

Genre: Music

Sub-Genre: Business Aspects

Format: Hardcover

Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic

Language: English

Street Date: December 13, 2018
TCIN: 78682177
UPC: 9781501338373
Item Number (DPCI): 247-12-8005


"Music industry is in a condition of permanent flux driven by music's seamless adaptation to digital innovation. The key tension in music industry as a practice is that digital application does not always chime with regulated ownership of intellectual property rights in music. This is an impressive collection in which all participants have worked in a focused way to specify how music industry is transformed by digitization. In a turbulent environment, this collection exhibits staying power and will be a useful point of reference for academics and students over a prolonged period." --Michael Jones, Senior Lecturer in Music, University of Liverpool, UK, and author of The Music Industries: From Conception to Consumption (2012)

"In an era of ever-expanding technological possibility and pace, time is an invaluable and irreplaceable resource. As such, how we listen and to what we listen becomes a nuanced and important question about how we understand each other and our relationship to the places we live. Popular Music in the Post-Digital Age provocatively explores this from multiple perspectives and ideas, asking critical questions about the continued evolution and role of one of humankind's most expressive and important languages - the language of music." --Burke Jam, Sound Artist, Composer, and Director of Digital Facilities at Portland State University, USA

"This is an important contribution to the growing literature on the present era of music, its practitioners and consumers, not least because of the international breadth of its coverage." --Dave Laing, Research Fellow, Institute of Popular Music, University of Liverpool, UK

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