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Updated: 2018-01-18T12:42:47.174+00:00

 



To "Artists are always better in live performances...

2007-06-27T15:33:00.000+01:00

To "Artists are always better in live performances than in the studio", there is, at least, an example to the contrary, that of Glenn Gould. His best interpretations were those 'delivered' in a recording studio.
He disliked the concert hall, and especially the applauding live audience (his GPAADAK 'doctrine' - the Gould Plan for the Abolition of Applause and Demonstrations of All Kinds says it all).
Still, there are always ways to live-'spoil' the audience, I've read Zenph® Studios takes Gould's audio recordings and turns them back into 'live performances'.



Thanks for for excellent post on Antoine Leboyer's...

2007-06-27T13:19:00.000+01:00

Thanks for for excellent post on Antoine Leboyer's piece about the Long Tail and classical music as well as the information on www.radeo.net. The Long Tail can have a significant impact on the economics of classical music if it's understood and leveraged by the musical community.
Here are a couple of other posts on this topic that may interest your readers:
http://deproblog.blogspot.com/2007/06/classical-music-and-long-tail.html
http://deproblog.blogspot.com/2007/06/embarrassment-of-riches.html

I look forward to reading more from you on this topic.



Prent, thanks for dropping by. Tools like Squeezeb...

2007-06-26T21:34:00.000+01:00

Prent, thanks for dropping by. Tools like Squeezebox can untether the listener from their computer.

Agreed that Radeo just adds a search and listen on the computer interface. But Google and others triggered a step change in web use by adding data searches to the computer interface. Radeo does the same thing by facilitating searches across 10,277 radio stations.



The problem with Radeo is that the listener is tet...

2007-06-26T21:07:00.000+01:00

The problem with Radeo is that the listener is tethered to the computer. If you are away from the computer, you can't use it. Most of the shows that Radeo offers are actually podcasts, which one can listen to while away from the computer.

That said, the interface is wonderful, and the choices terrific. I found some podcasts that I created show up in the search on Radeo. Neat. But it is podcasting that provides the underlying proliferation of free content. They just add a search and listen on the computer interface.