Walsh, Christopher
November 2010
Pro Sound News;Nov2010, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p1
The article discusses the evolution of music that affected the industry in the U.S. According to Glenn Rosentein, producer and engineer, the undeniable trend is that the value of music step down quickly over the last decade and he was affected as someone who made music as a hobby. Meanwhile, Toby Wright, engineer and producer, agrees with Rosentein's assessment and cited factors including a change of distribution model, from full length compact discs (CDs) to digital singles.


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