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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Digital Rights Management In The Music Industry

    ANALYSIS Advantages As stated before, Digital Rights Management is very prominent in the entertainment business. DRM technologies are widely used in the music distribution business. The music industry in general has a fairly positive opinion about DRM as most music distributors claim that DRM help them safeguard their precious time and money investment. Since the music companies are being protected from piracy, they actually return profits out of their sales. This enables them to invest in…

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  • A Pop Pimples: A Short Story

    If you’re squeamish, turn back. This isn’t a good place for you to be. If not, well, it’s possible that I’m going to change that. So listen up and listen quickly. It’ll be over before you know it. I used to love popping zits. There were days where all I could do was stand in front of my bathroom mirror and pop what pimples dared to show on my skin. The problem was, as far as my face goes, I have almost none there. But when it came to my body, there were quite a few problem areas I could attack.…

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  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of Theoretical Connections

    The Pitch I lived and worked as a musician in Los Angeles, California through the1990’s, I am a guitar player/singer -songwriter. During that time I had worked with amazing musicians, engineers, producers, and over time, I had developed a good network of relationships within the industry, which is a great position to be in, because, in LA, it’s not what you know, but who you know. Over the years, I had my own project going, a band called Cranium Lounge. This band was run by myself and my singer…

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  • Music And Self Identity

    deciding whether to accept or reject a record deal. Rejecting it would allow him/her to remain true to himself while accepting it would force the artist to adhere to the demands of management (Tuomi 40). In regards to achievement, accepting the record deal is the better option because of the uncertainty associated with refusing the deal and the vast opportunities that open with acceptance (Tuomi 56). With artistic integrity, it is in the best interest to deny the record deal as accepting it…

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  • Green Day Thesis

    Green Day launched American Idiot in September 2004. Soon after it’s launch the album became a massive hit – one of the most revered and critically acclaimed albums of Green Day. This Album is a story about an “idiot American” teenage boy – Jesus of Suburbia (JoS). JoS is a representation of everything the typical American outcasted youth is. He does drugs and drinks ("to fall in love and fall in debt, to alcohol and cigarettes") He's depressed, unloved and hates his Mom (and his step-dad,…

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  • Song Analysis: Songs For Free

    Songs for Free In a song by Chance the rapper called blessings he speaks of himself and the ways that he has been blessed in the music industry. He is a very revolutionary artist and, considers himself “anti-label” meaning he produces records and distributes all of his own music while also releasing it for free. When broken down a lot of the lyrics in his song can be interpreted to mean different things. A question one could ask is what kind of message is Chance trying give in this song? Is…

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  • Sexism In Rap Music

    Music has become increasingly available, beginning with the rapid distribution of sheet music to the invention of the record player to having any song in the world available from an online streaming service. Music has become a daily part of people’s lives, whether an individual is consciously aware of it or not. Music can be heard being played in the background of a commercial, out loud on the speakers at a sporting event, or played on the radio while driving in ones’ car. The prior…

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  • Soul Music History

    in the United States. The Civil Rights Movement caused tension throughout the nation. Despite all the confusion, on the corner of East McLemore Avenue and College Street, an old movie theater that later became Satellite Record Store flourished into what we know today as Stax Records, or Soulsville. Soulsville was an incredible little recording studio on the corner that changed the dynamic of music, and the city. This was the birthplace of southern soul music. Soul music is a termed coined in the…

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  • Vinl Record Materials: Shellac

    Vinyl Record Materials Shellac Materials devoted to make records have changed and evolved several times over the years. The earliest disc records produced between 1889-1894 were made of various materials including wax and rubber. Shortly after, a shellac based compound had been experimented with leading to it becoming the standard material. Each manufactures exact formula varied, but records were typically made using cardboard and fiber which were coated with a shellac (wax) resin. These shellac…

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  • Analysis Of Antigone: The Unwritten Law

    “What law, you ask, do I satisfy with what I say?”—The Unwritten Law The title heroine’s famous defense speech in lines 995-1005 of Antigone has prompted the view that the play is extremely enigmatic. It is a passage that has been read with astonishment and demands detailed explanation. In her speech, Antigone provides what appears to be a reason for her burying her brother Polynices against the orders of her uncle and King, Creon. Antigone claims, however, that she would not have deliberately…

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