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But that is only the tip of the iceberg. Businesses…
There is the view that AI and Machine Learning can and will completely replace human writers and producers. It’s an interesting debate depending on which side of the fence you sit.
The fundamental misunderstanding is that AI is not here to replace musicians.
AI can and has been producing songs for some time. In fact 1957 was the very first time. The question is do AI songs pass the quality test. …
The sudden change to a rather rosy industry outlook forced artists, writers’, labels, publishers and promoters to look harder at the business than maybe they ever had. I have scoured the articles over the last 3 months and found what I believe will be the top 9 changes Covid will make to the music industry.
With Live revenues drying up overnight, many indie artists looked to the other potential revenue streams such as subscription streaming and were not impressed. …
Don’t have time to go through the 80 page Goldman Sachs “Music in the Air” report. Don’t worry we have summarised the main points for you here in a 4 minute read.
It has been great to see the Australian owned and produced Emanate music platform making great strides ahead this week. A lot of hard work and visionary thinking has gone into building the music platform of the future. But before we get into the detail on Emanate, it’s important to summarise the recent events and marketplace that new services such as Emanate now find themselves.
Before the COVID lockdowns the music industry had been ticking along at a fine pace. The streaming services had been providing strong growth, live revenues were good, and the M&A activities globally were fostering investment…
Suppose I subscribe to Spotify and only stream MY OWN songs for the whole year (painful as that would be).
Spotify just earned $120 from myself, and let’s assume will pay out 50% ($60) of that amount back to my distributor. My distributor will take 20% and then pay me the rest ($48) right? ABSOLUTELY WRONG!
Big chance I will get close to zero depending on how many times I streamed my songs. While this is an extreme example, it illustrates the point of what currently is becoming a big issue for the music industry.
Currently the way that the…
On the back of the article on YouTube and Billboard charts today, it’s worth noting that the Music Industry has been tying itself in knots on how to calculate an album chart in the age of streaming for some time.
Is it time simply to say goodbye and look for a new way to measure an artist’s relevance on a weekly basis? Simply put …. RIP Album Chart.
There are many issues with the current calculation. …
Partner at Palisady Asia Pacific, Music Investment and Digital Advisory, Ex Sony Music Asia Pacific Exec Vice President, Ex Chairman ARIA Digital Committee