Episode 2.11 Encoding Quality: Potato

Tidal, Youtube, Bandcamp, and the Future of Music Distribution

Tagged: art, ethics, technology

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Show Notes

Chris and Stephen note the launch of Tidal with some skepticism, then contrast the service with what could be considered Tidal’s polar opposite: YouTube. We look at the international aspects of music distribution, and think about how youth factor in to the ever-changing equation. And, good news, there’s a happy ending. I love happy endings.

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