How Streaming Will Change the Sound of Pop Music

As terrestrial radio continues to become less relevant, song structures and arrangements will likely become more fluid. New, innovative mediums may even emerge. Who says a recording has to present the same experience with every play? What if tracks evolved over time? What if, after one hundred plays, a bonus verse emerged?

As play count becomes a dominant metric for measuring the success of tracks, ideas like these are fair game.

[This terrific post about the music-making process and streaming is written by Jason Moss. Check out his mixing tips at Behind The Speakers. And definitely read the full blog post at TuneCore.]

Source: TuneCore

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