discovering

When Do You Want to Hear 30-second Recommendation Clips?

by: David Jennings

I know the question I'm about to ask must have been posed many times before, but I'm not sure I've ever seen an answer. I've been revisiting my thinking about the different 'modes' in which we listen to music.

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Introducing Jennings' Law

by: David Jennings

At yesterday evening's Music Tank event in London someone who'd just received an advance copy of my book mentioned that they'd seen the heading "Jennings' Law" in the table of contents, and asked me to explain.

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The Hardest Part Is Getting Noticed

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How Community Builds Audiences and Makes Discovery Stick

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The Myth, Science and Craft of Music Discovery

by: David Jennings

Marc Cohen writes a challenging post on The Myth of Music Discovery. Citing a Digital Music News report of two venture capitalists agreeing that "the next big thing is going to be music discovery", Marc says this ought to be enough evidence that it won't be.

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How People Discover Music

by: Nancy Baym

I missed it in July, but today The Listenerd drew my attention to a survey conducted by mp3 blog aggregator, the Hype Machine which asked people: How Do You Discover Music?

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