That the music industry has radically changed in the last decade is a serious understatement. Technology has altered everything from the creation and distribution of recorded music, upending retailers, studios and business models across the industry. But it’s not all bad news. Music isn’t dying so much as evolving, and the landscape is already beginning to look quite different.
Not long ago, the professional music industry involved a complex but fixed set of players: artists, labels, managers, promoters and the like. Many of these roles have changed, but none have disappeared. They’re joined by a new set of participants: tech giants, streaming services, social music startups and, perhaps most crucially, developers.
API are vastly becoming the new contracts of the digital music industry. Legitmix has used an API to provide a solution for remixers to both acknowledge and override copyright law. legitmix.com
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