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  • Administrative Rules In Health Care Management

    medical record is to remain safely kept and private from anyone who does not have access to it. In order for a health care organization to keep a patient’s medical records safe, it is important that the have rules, safety policies, procedures, and training in place for their employees. This rule gives employees knowledge regarding medical records. The first part of the rule states that a record must exist for every patient that receives care in the hospital because if there is not a medical…

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  • Napster Advantages And Disadvantages

    what a gentleman in the documentary said, which was somewhere along the lines of how the artists and record labels should have adapted and adjusted to the new technology instead of fighting it. I strongly agree with that statement mainly because of the fact that after Napster was created, there was no stopping this new way to share and download free music. I look at it like this, artists and record companies could sit around and mope and spend millions of dollars on attempting to stop this or…

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  • Case Study: Sine Records

    Industry: Sine Records will be an all-encompassing record label for the EDM artist who is looking for a reliable and approachable company to release their music through. Our aim will be to forge long-lasting and personal relationships with our artists and our consumers. From the recording process through to the final release of the product, we will endeavour to provide the best service possible. Not only will Sine Records release music, but we will also market sample packs and synthesiser…

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  • Essay On The Impact Of Technology On Music Industry

    artist. The music industry is the business of performing, recording, and selling music through any number of different methods. Many people are involved in the industry, from the musicians that create and play music to sound engineers who work to record music properly and producer who oversee the entire process. The music industry sells…

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  • Music Piracy Effects

    Throughout the history of popular music culture, common experiences among people of different cultures were shared by way of music, dating all the way back to the early 1920s from wax cylinders to vinyl records to cassette tapes. With rapid improvements in technology over the past three decades, the audio encoding format, the mp3, which would become one of the most innovative inventions of the 20th century, has led to many unforeseen problems and changes to the way popular nusic culture…

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  • Personal Narrative: How Music Changed My Life

    the community had 3 half cabs, a full P.A system and two mics donated to our cause. I bought some basic recording gear and we made a demo. Showed everyone in school. Posted things about our band everywhere. Soon after we gained the attention of a record label. Giddy with excitement we practiced away our nights. Driving the one hundred and fifty miles to where the studio was located, trying to figure out what our band name would be and how we 'd introduce…

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  • Sound Design In Theatre

    and cue; pick levels and adjust the sound before producing a final copy. It also meant that if a sound wasn’t right they could burn a new sound over the same CD (Glenn, 2014; Tracey; 1986; Schwartz, 2016). This was a massive leap forward from the records and tape recorders that were previously available for use in the theatre. To play back a CD during a performance there were few options available to sound operators. When CD players were introduced into theatrical sound systems, it was a unique…

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  • History Of The Music Industry

    Radio stations and music companies are very much controlled by consumers. At certain times during the day one can call into their favorite station and request a song of their choice. Big industry companies sign artist with huge commercial appeal in the hopes that consumers will buy anything the company puts out in support of their favorite artist. Younger generations in particular are very active and passionate about the music genres they like and support. Music and radio stations have an…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Online Music Trading

    Since the beginning people have loved the sound of music and the emotional appeals music gives them. Once the music hit the Internet the songs slowly drifted away for the artist. Suddenly there had to be more work done other than producing the songs because now there are ways to find the songs and download them onto consoles without the consent of the artist or labels. Many artists all over the world have been put out of work and had to go back to the bottom in order to fight for their dreams.…

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  • David Lowery Letter To Emily White Analysis

    In this letter to Emily White, the author David Lowery tries to connect with people and convey what they are doing wrong. The author does this by using logical examples, his credibility and by appealing to people’s emotions. The purpose of this text is to persuade Emily White and her generation to realize how not paying for their music affects artists and the music industry. The author relies on his credibility in many parts of the letters. He starts out by establishing his good will and…

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