Computer–aided music distribution: The future of selection, retrieval and transmission

Nancy Duncan, Mark Fox

Abstract


The Internet has made music more widely available and increased the convenience with which we can listen to music. We increasingly recognize that recorded music can take the form of digital files. The Internet and related technologies for music delivery have been made viable by advances in compression, data storage, and transmission technologies. To provide greater value to consumers, music labels need to make greater use of retrieval and selection technologies.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5210/fm.v10i4.1220



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