Music Business and the Experience Economy: The Australasian by Philip L. Pearce (auth.), Peter Tschmuck, Philip L. Pearce,

By Philip L. Pearce (auth.), Peter Tschmuck, Philip L. Pearce, Steven Campbell (eds.)

Music company and the adventure Economy is the 1st booklet at the tune company in Australasia from an instructional point of view. In a cross-disciplinary technique, the contributions care for a wide-range of issues in regards to the construction, distribution and intake of song within the electronic age. The interrelationship of criminal, aesthetic and financial elements within the construction of song in Australasia can be highlighted in addition to the emergence of recent enterprise types, the position of P2P dossier sharing, and the reside song zone. additionally, the effect of the electronic revolution on tune adventure and valuation, the function of track for tourism and for branding, and final yet now not least the advancements of upper song schooling, are mentioned from assorted perspectives.

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Dependency road: Communications, capitalism, consciousness, and Canada. New York: Ablex Publishing. Village Roadshow. (2001). Austereo maintains strong leadership of Australian radio market. pdf. Accessed Mar 2012. New Music Production Modes and Indigenous Music in North Queensland and the Torres Strait David Salisbury Abstract This chapter explores the evolution of Indigenous music and musicians in North Queensland and the Torres Strait. In the current climate the production modes have changed dramatically from an industry based and controlled production system to a more independent and Internet based distribution and economy.

A. html, accessed June 2012) New Music Production Modes and Indigenous Music in North Queensland and the. . 4 37 Christine Anu Born in 1970 in Cairns, Queensland, Australia, Anu is the daughter of Torres Strait Islanders. Anu lived on the islands for part of her childhood, and her father taught her the island songs that continue to influence her work. Anu draws deeply on her Aboriginal roots to inspire her music, seamlessly incorporating traditional Indigenous rhythms with modern dance beats, reflecting her own experience as a Torres Strait Islander in twenty-first century Australia.

The authors summarise in stating that while ‘commodities are fungible, goods tangible, and services intangible, experiences are memorable’ (1999: 11–12) and that reasons for the fundamental shift from an agrarian economy through to an experience economy include Australian Independent Music and the Experience Economy 43 technological development, increasing competitive intensity and rising affluence (1999: 5). This shift is echoed in more recent research by Sundbo and Darma: In earlier stages of the economic development, the production of products was more or less related to needs.

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