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Monday, August 24, 2009

Pitchfork Examines History of the MP3 the modern day, the ubiquitous MP3 seems to be one of the pillars of music distribution and consumption. What's more, it's leveled the playing field to such a degree that it has nearly overwhelmed casual listeners. In their dash to the end of the decade, Pitchfork has taken an extensive look at how the MP3 has changed virtually every aspect of music listening, production, and distribution over the last decade. You can read this article HERE [be warned: it's gonna take you a while]. You can also look back on some of the best singles from the decade while yr there...



Blogger fictionband mechanics said...

"This is a chastening thought, but at the same time we have to be careful not to overlook how the technologies we invent to deliver music also work to shape our perception of it."

...too late

1:34 PM  

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