Over the last few months Andrew Dubber, on his site New Music Strategies, has compiled a list of things you must know about music online. Title, New Music Strategies: The 20 Things You Must Know about Music Online. Author, Andrew Dubber. Publisher, New Music Strategies, Length, Andrew Dubber is known for being a lecturer, a music industries consultant doing un-consultancies, an entertaining blogger, and a trustworthy.

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This book is a guide for independent musicians, music businesses and entrepreneurs dealing with the online environment. Andrea specifically targeted at music enterprise, however, it contains much that is of value to small businesses across the creative sector.

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Apr 21, Daniel Lomax rated it did not like it Shelves: Sadly there’s no evidence or citation for any of the – often vague – claims made in this book. At times xndrew statements need backing up and at times they don’t; so we’re stuck with a mixture of useless speculation and useless banality.

However, I was initially reluctant to qndrew the book a low-star rating, because the author let me pick the price when I purchased it. Is this a vindication or a damnatio Sadly there’s no evidence or citation for any of the – often vague – claims made in this book.

Is this a vindication or a damnation of the theory put forward by various authors – such as Steve Lawson, Dave Kusek, Cory Doctorow, and Andrew Dubber himself, on page 94 – that the cultural industries can be sustained by the power of patronage, and closer artist-consumer relationships?

How many people share my mentality, and what comes of it? I gave it one star in the end, after all.

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He is the co-author of a book about new technologies for broadcasters in developing nations, commissioned by Thhings, and has been a member of the steering committee for the Radio Studies Network.

He has written articles for Computer Music Magazine and sections on blogging and podcasting for the Alternative Media Handbook Routledge, He is currently co-authoring an undergraduate textbook on the Music Industries. In his spare time he hosts whisky tasting events, rides bicycles, plays chess and Go, takes photographs and collects jazz records.

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