John Seabrook The Song Machine Analysis

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In "The Song Machine", John Seabrook analyzes pop music as high art form furing the last 20 years. In general, the public disregards pop music worth of appreciation, due to anacronic compreenhension of creative process. It is widely held that sing-songwriters are the norm in music industry. However, musical production is ruled by hit factories. Computerised softwares and the Internet have played a pivotal role in music industry. This kind of sotware has enabled synthtical auto tune, while Internet has increased the demand for melodic musical singles. Therefore, these inventions have brought more power to the production teams, rathan to the performers. Moreover, Seabrook states that foreigners producers and performers are oft successfull in

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