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    Composers spend times working hardly on writing songs, meaning the decision of downloading their music without paying is genuinely disrespectful. After all, people still do it for self- interest. Does it mean that he/she will be fined and charged, or may be put into a jail as a criminal if he/she gets caught? This is a controversial issue that has been discussing for many years. In my opinion, I believe people will download music ethically if there is an actual way for everyone to download music ethically. Overall, their action of downloading music unethically do not necessarily indicate that they are horrible people. Merely, it proves that they have different morals perspectives than the…

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    The aim of this essay is to look into contemporary means of music distribution, and identify which is currently the most profitable and widely used, and why they are used and the effect they have on the music industry. This information will then be used to predict which method of distribution will survive the test of time, and potentially be the means of distribution that could still be in use 15 years from now. This essay will explore the profitability and popularity of three different…

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    videos were entertaining. You might catch me watching him on Sundays, because that’s when he uploads a new video. I chose to take longer than usual to load his channel, and after a few seconds, she was already mad! I snickered along with Keyboard and Mouse. “Wow, she really must like this guy! That’s another reason I would want to be you,” Mouse laughed, “you could easily control the speed of something loading and annoy people! Sounds like fun!” I finally let “ThatcherJoe’s” page load. Almost…

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    Cd Sales Decline

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    Over the year, the continuing decline of CD sales along with the rapid growth of music downloads signals a new era in music. In the same way they started selling CDs in 1982 to replace vinyl records because they were too big, and CDs were more portable. Now people start to download music online, and they stop buying and using CDs. Although, some people think that buy CDs help to artist or the music listening experience is more enjoyable, but equally they buy music for internet and do use CDs for…

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    Theft in Music Counter Although some suppose that illegally downloading music is detrimental to an artist’s and the music industry’s monetary gains, many can argue that illegal downloads do not damage earnings, but in fact allows profits to expand.With the widespread diffusion of illegal downloads, the excessive growth of piracy leads an artist's income to plummet (qtd. in The Theft) and in turn corrupts the revenue earned by the music industry (qtd.in Developing an Argument). With an artist…

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    FSA Performance Analysis

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    FSA Pre-assessment In the chance that I would have a say in the use of another artist's music within the school blog, it would be rejected. Even though others could use the music as a way of promotion or advertising for the artist, the use of a song from another artist has a multitude of negative outcomes which could occur from the implementation of music from another musician which includes loss of money, face and also criticism from peers and fans which adversely affect the artist(s) and…

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    understand as the author have separated the historical background and his own point of view into two part, so that it might be not tight enough that let reader become confused. Also, the theme popular music have been separated by different kinds of music, but actually, different kinds of music actually somehow have relation to each others, and in this case, different type of songs become an individual thing that haven’t got relationship to each others. If the author can consider this problem,…

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    Music Video Analysis

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    Introduction: My report will include a timeline detailing the development of music videos, a full explanation of the different purposes of music video, a brief overview of the accepted styles and conventions within music videos and I will also examine 3 very different music videos with a comprehensive explanation on each. Timeline of music videos: In 1894, the first example of illustrated songs were made, 'Little Lost Child' was created by Edward B. Marks and Joseph W. Stern. The sheet music…

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    Music is integral to human society and allows humans to express and share their emotions with others and also provides relaxation to the mind. Digital technologies have enhanced the reach and quality of music media to many more consumers than what existed with traditional music. While digital music provides much needed convenience, access and quality to the consumers, it also generates concerns for music distribution companies that are affected by the unauthorized distribution of digital music.…

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    They’ll call it a mystery, but we’re gonna call it Victory. We’ll be writing history, it’s gon be victory. This stanza, from the featured track ‘I See A Victory’ in the movie Hidden Figures, gives a basic overview of the theme. Hidden Figures a non-fiction novel by Margot Lee Shetterly, follows the stories of three black women who aided the U.S in the victory of the space race. It follows the stories of Dorothy Vaughan, Katherine G. Johnson, and Mary Jackson, who each contributed in their own…

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