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How To Get 1 Million Subscribers - YouTube
meritocracy, democratic, egalitarian. anyone who has interest, can find it. u will have an audience, even it is just 1. either they like it, share it & come back. or they leave u alone. // Beme, remove the aspect of creation. the friction. the cognitive cost. the overhead. a process to follow. a tutorial or how to listicle to read. to Google or to ask. >> Product developers & investors should think about the cognitive cost of their products. The cognitive cost very often can be much higher than the financial cost. Products with a low cognitive cost are those where the technology fades away and dont require a consumers ongoing attention. bit.ly/1Nz0veO // "Don't make me think." << book, UI UX mantra. // Photo-filter-app vs photo-editing-app vs video-editing-ai-augmented-intelligence-app that have popped up. podcasting. EDM // what has lots of overhead & sometimes really disappointing user experience? Skype, Windows, FriendFeed, Twitter?(niche compared 2 FB). Q&A youtu.be/6xVdM0QJq6Y
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
A Chat With Jack Conte, Musician And Entrepreneur | TechCrunch
Learn about EQ, compression, and limiting, starting now. It is an art that takes years and years to master. The internet is the greatest textbook ever written. And it’s free. Seriously, read that shit. Get a cheap video camera, a laptop, and a crappy microphone. Start right now. Stop reading about how to do it, and go do it. Record a song, publish it, and get feedback. Then do that 100 more times. [...] Expecting results within 5 years. This is a long fucking haul. You gotta love it….
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august 2014 by asterisk2a
The Long Game Part 1: Why Leonardo DaVinci was no genius on Vimeo
honing your craft, put the work in, grind it out, ... sort of the 10k hour rule by gladwell - sort of. // Part 2: http://vimeo.com/87448006 // ++ THE GAP by Ira Glass - http://vimeo.com/85040589 - hone your skill your craft by putting stuff out. period. // ++ “The most important possible thing you can do is do a lot of work.” [...] The question of what makes someone successful has occupied some of history’s greatest minds. For Alexander Graham Bell, success was bound to befall the person “who carefully advances step by step, with his mind becoming wider and wider.” [... prolonged exposure ... grit ... personal growth and professional growth mindset ... there is no overnight success. ] http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2014/01/29/ira-glass-success-daniel-sax/
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july 2014 by asterisk2a
Pop-Bestseller Black Eyed Peas: "Klar, die Plattenfirmen haben viel Mist gebaut" - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Nachrichten - Kultur
Will.I.am: Wenn ich wetten müsste, würde ich mein Geld auf die Plattenfirmen setzen. Nicht, weil sie in der Vergangenheit all die großen Künstler und Legenden wie Otis Redding vergewaltigt haben. Die Labels haben viel Mist gebaut, das ist klar. Aber dann muss man auch sehen, wie viele gute Dinge durch die Plattenfirmen entstehen konnten, die unser Leben bereichert haben: Michael Jackson, die Beatles! Ich weiß nicht, wer zukünftige Idole aufbauen und entwickeln soll, wenn nicht die Industrie.

Es geht um das Kuratieren von Musik, um die Entwicklung, die Formung und Betreuung von Künstlern. Im ganzen Internet gibt es keine Abteilung, die das im gleichen Maße leisten kann.
musicindustry  businessmodel  medienwandel  mediachange  music  apple  itunes  artists  360-music-contract  Will.I.Am  curation 
december 2009 by asterisk2a
Big Music Will Surrender, But Not Until At Least 2011
His response: It’s all part of a master plan. The labels fully understand that recorded music, streamed or downloaded, is going to be free in the future (we’ve argued this relentlessly). CD sales continue to decline by 20% per year, and the only thing that’ll stop that trend is when those sales reach zero. Nothing will replace those revenues.

No longer will the labels be tied to revenue limited to sales of master recordings – by then most or all artists will be under 360 music contracts that give the labels a cut of virtually every revenue stream artists can tap into – fan sites, concerts, merchandise, endorsement deals, and everything else.

What this means for us music consumers – don’t expect much to change for the next few years. But sometime in the next decade we’ll see a real renaissance in how music is distributed and consumed. And who knows, a decade after that we may have all forgiven the music labels.
music  industry  future  business  model  revenue  businessmodel  360-music-contract  contract  artists 
november 2009 by asterisk2a
BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Pirate Party hopes for free future
Pirate Party hopes for free future
"If you want to make a living, you are no longer a creator, you're an entrepreneur," he says.
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november 2009 by asterisk2a
Independent musicians set for windfall after YouTube deal | Business | guardian.co.uk
Sharing is caring.
"Some of the world's most iconic artists will now be able to engage with their existing fans and win new ones," said YouTube video partnership director Patrick Walker.
youTube  socialmedia  UGC  revenues  advertising  revenue  sharing  payment  payments  micropayment  micropayments  music  artists  artist  engage  fan  fans 
october 2009 by asterisk2a

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