New PDF release: Creativity and Innovation in the Music Industry

By Peter Tschmuck

ISBN-10: 3642284299

ISBN-13: 9783642284298

ISBN-10: 3642284302

ISBN-13: 9783642284304

Why did jazz turn into a dominant renowned track style within the Twenties and rock 'n' roll within the Fifties? Why did heavy steel, punk rock and hiphop locate their method from sub-cultures to the verified song undefined? What are the results of latest communique applied sciences and the net at the construction of tune within the early twenty first century? those and different questions are responded through Peter Tschmuck via an built-in version of creativity and innovation that's in response to a global background of song considering the fact that Thomas A. Edison invented the phonograph in 1877. hence, the heritage of the track is defined in complete aspect. through discussing the ancient strategy of tune construction, distribution and reception the writer highlights numerous revolutions within the track that have been attributable to the inference of aesthetic, technological, criminal, monetary, social and political strategies of swap. at the foundation of an built-in version of creativity and innovation, an evidence is given on how the strategies and buildings of the current tune can be altered by way of the continued electronic revolution, which absolutely replaced the value-added community of the construction, dissemination and use of track. For the second one variation, the writer has remodeled bankruptcy nine that allows you to comprise the entire advancements which formed the tune within the first decade of the twenty first century – from Napster to cloud-based song providers or even beyond.

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124–125). This coup was a slap in the face of Columbia’s European subsidiary, which lost part of its distribution network. , it created a production site with a capacity of 10,000 cylinders per day in London in 1904. In the following year, the factory was expanded with the addition of a record plant producing 5,000 records per day (Martland 1997, p. 102). The numbers show that Columbia still focused its business activities on music cylinders. However, the increasingly stiff European competition shifted its focus more and more to the record, which could be produced at lower costs per unit than the music cylinder, even though the latter was mass-producible since 1902 as well.

S. parent company, Columbia Graphophone emancipated itself under the leadership of Louis Sterling. External signs of this emancipation were the name change to ‘‘Columbia Graphophone Company’’ (instead of ‘‘Columbia Phonograph Company General’’) in 1913 and the creation of a limited company in 1917. In the same year, Columbia Graphophone acquired the Herford Record Company and its attendant record plants that previously belonged to the Lindström Corporation. 36 3 The Music Industry Boom Until 1920 Polyphonwerke AG Polyphon Sprechmaschinen und Schallplatten GmbH, Vienna (1916) Kraft Behrens GmbH, Leipzig, Producer of Gramophone-equipement Deutsche Grammophon AG, Berlin-Hanover (1917) Grammophon Spezialhaus GmbH, Berlin, Holding-company for Gramophone-shops Nordisk Polyphon AS, Copenhagen (1920) Nordisk Polyphon AB, Stockholm (1921) Source: After Schulz-Köhn (1940: 15-16).

Instead, one Joseph W. Jones had already applied for a patent for the method of recording sound with the help of wax records in 1897, after he had worked for one summer in the Washington laboratory of Emile Berliner. The patent was only granted 4 years after his application, on December 10, 1901. Graphophone-Columbia immediately reacted and bought the patent off of the 25-year old Jones for $25,000. This enabled Graphophone and Columbia to begin the production of records and Gramophones. In January 1902, the Graphophone factory in Bridgeport shipped the first machines, called Columbia Disc Graphophone, together with the matching records.

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