“The dramatically reduced cost of public address, and the dramatically increased size of the population wired together, means that we can now turn massive aggregations of small contributions into things of lasting value.” –Clay Shirky, “Cognitive Surplus” p. 161
Here are a few shots from the Wirechoir recording sessions this month. Thanks to all the incredible musicians and especially Terry Carter for making it all happen! Look for the CD and DVD coming soon…
March 15th, 20111 Comment, Music, Music Industry, Strategy & Marketing, by Eric Jensen.
Interesting post by Bob Baker today. The tools and the channels have changed dramatically but artists have always been self-employed and struggled to balance the pursuit of their craft with the economic realities of survival. More of my thoughts to follow… The Realities of Making a Living with Music in 2011 via music think tank