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    [Ripped How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music] E–pub ✓ Greg Kot Download ç E-book, or Kindle E-pub ½ Greg Kot An excellent look at the rise of digital music It's fascinating to hear about different artists' attempts to circumvent record companies the necessary evils of traditional distribution and marketing Kot does a great job of providing different examples of artists' innovation in this well researched compelling book

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    Free download Ripped How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music [Ripped How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music] E–pub ✓ Greg Kot In honor of the recent Grammy week in LA we thought it would be a good time to touch base with Greg Kot’s recent book ‘Ripped How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music’Kot the music critic for the Chicago Tribune and co host of the syndicated radio show Sound Opinions chronicles all the major events of the past

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    [Ripped How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music] E–pub ✓ Greg Kot As the title indicates Kot's book follows the digital revolution and it's impact specifically on the music business Being born in 1981 and fairly tech saavy this is a revolution I fully participated in and continue to live through Kot did an excellent job capturing some of the key points in the timeline and explaining those events in clear te

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    [Ripped How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music] E–pub ✓ Greg Kot Kot examines the influence of the internet on the music industry portraying the behemoth record companies as the Goliath that have fallen against the stones of the artists and fans that have harnessed the power of the internet to transform the way music is made and distributed Specific chapters include the stories of Me

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    [Ripped How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music] E–pub ✓ Greg Kot Greg Kot's new book examines the role of king maker as the music industry shifts from local radio to the age of Clear Channel to the MP3 era with a clear time line a mix of public knowledge and behind the scenes interviews and an optimistic view of American music's future for a concise overview of 21st century music trendsKot is at

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    [Ripped How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music] E–pub ✓ Greg Kot Greg Kot ½ 9 Characters Kot examines the role technology has played in shaping the music industry and how these entities Internet MP3s MP3 players music software etc have come to replace CDs records instruments the snobby knowledgeable friend Kot's arguments are well researched and his catalogue of uotes from artists producers managers lawyers and fans make an obvious case against the record labelmanagement juggernaut which by all accounts is not giving any favors

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    Download ç E-book, or Kindle E-pub ½ Greg Kot Greg Kot ½ 9 Characters Free download Ripped How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music I am a nineties kid I can say that unironically since I was born in 1986 and grew up during the 1990s I grew up with video games mainly Nintendo consoles since I was too poor to support many consoles and I didn

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Free download Ripped How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music Read & download í Ripped How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Greg Kot ½ 9 Characters A decade ago the vast majority of mainstream music was funneled through a handful of media conglomerates Now people are listening to music from a greater variety of sources than at any time in history And big corporations such as Viacom Clear Channel and Sony are no longer the sole gatekeepers and distributors their monopoly busted by a revolution an uprising led by bands and fans networking on the Internet Ripped tells the story of how the laptop generation created a new grassroots music industry with the fans and bands rather than the corporations in charge Ripped is a decent basic overview of the digital revolution but Kot completely avoids the negative conseuences of illegal file sharing from the small artist s perspective preferring instead to point out the admittedly hysterical reaction of the Big 5 and RIAA But the real victims of illegal file sharing are regular working musicians For every success story like the Arcade Fire or Death Cab For Cutie there are a thousand other bands that will die on the vine because of illegal file sharing In the past these niche bands were able to survive by cultivating a dedicated audience that would pay for recordings but at this point an entire generation of music fans has grown up with the notion that paying for music is for suckers This has resulted in good bands with a decent fan base simply being unable to record at the rate they once did or in some cases at all Mainstream bands and bands riding current trends are stronger than ever Interesting uniue edgy bands are the ones being sueezed out Now if Kot doesn t believe this is the case fair enough But to not address the issue at all is a major massive oversight Bands with a dedicated fan base ought to be able to continue to ply their trade that many no longer can is a tragedy And by the way it s really bad for the future of music too

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Free download Ripped How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music Read & download í Ripped How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Greg Kot ½ 9 Characters Ahead of the industry's and the law's ability to keep up with them Then in 2007 Radiohead released an album exclusively on the Internet and allowed customers to name their own price including 000 Radiohead's it's up to you marketing coup seized on a concept the old music industry had forgotten the customer is always rightNational radio host and critically acclaimed music journalist Greg Kot masterfully chronicles this story of how we went from 1799 to 000 in less than a decade It's a fascinating tale of backward thinking forward thinking and the power of musi Biased misleading and worst of all ignorant of the basic principles of business and economics

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Free download Ripped How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music Read & download í Ripped How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Greg Kot ½ 9 Characters In this new world bands aren't just musicmakers but self contained multimedia businesses; and fans aren't just consumers but distributors and even collaboratorsAs the Web popularized bands and albums that previously would have been relegated to obscurity innovative artists from Prince to Death Cab for Cutie started coming up with and stumbling into alternative ways of getting their music out to fans Live music took on an even significant role TV shows and commercials emerged as great places to hear new tunes Sample based composition and mash ups leapfrogged As the title indicates Kot s book follows the digital revolution and it s impact specifically on the music business Being born in 1981 and fairly tech saavy this is a revolution I fully participated in and continue to live through Kot did an excellent job capturing some of the key points in the timeline and explaining those events in clear terms without dumbing it downAs a music downloader I was surprised that Kot was able to recount events that I was unaware of or had slipped under my radar Wilco s issues with Yankee Hotel Foxtrot in particular I was eually surprised when Kot missed other milestones NIN s free download only release of The Slip though he does cover their Ghosts I IV album that came out two months priorThe book suffers from over indulgent passages on Wilco Radiohead and Conor Oberst Admittedly these artists fall outside of my tastes but Kot focuses too heavily on their growth as musicians and too little on their role leading the digital revolution I would have liked less Where d they come from and What did they do to change things While the cover art suggests that Kot will discuss the transition from 8 track to cassette to CD to iPod he focuses entirely on CDs and beyond But I suppose it would be difficult to visually represent MP3s piracy social networking and the internetOverall Kot has put together a successful book that vividly explains the majority of the transitions the music industry has experienced in the last 15 years He provides a historian s viewpoint never speculating on the future or directly weighing in on the circumstances that caused the revolution He allows the artists to give their views and the readers to form their own conclusions Strongly recommended to fans of music technology or change

  • Hardcover
  • 262
  • Ripped How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music
  • Greg Kot
  • English
  • 20 November 2020
  • 9781416547273