The role of music in society. Why is music important? (1)

the therapeutic use of music

The question about the role of music in society has been asked for centuries and continues to fascinate and inspire us. Music is more than just a form of entertainment. Music is a powerful force that has the ability to shape our emotions, influence our behavior, and connect us with others on a completely different level.

“Infected with Sound”. Vinyl Music Preferences in Poland. (Part IV)

zarażeni dźwiękiem

Once again, we revisit the remarkable book released in 2023 in Poland by Stanisław Trzciński titled “Zarażeni dźwiękiem: Rynek muzyczny w czasach sztucznej inteligencji” (Infected with Sound: The Music Market in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, PWN, Warsaw 2023, pp. 939). It deserves attention for several reasons, including the quantitative and qualitative research conducted on music preferences in Poland.

“Infected by Sound”: Results of Musical Preferences Research in Poland (Part III)

zarażeni dźwiękiem

Once again, we return to the exceptional book released in Poland in 2023 by Stanisław Trzciński titled “Infected by Sound: The Music Market in the Age of Artificial Intelligence” (PWN, Warsaw 2023, pp. 939). It is noteworthy for several reasons, including the quantitative and qualitative research conducted on musical preferences in Poland.

Music – Infected by Sound

Sounds-can-touch-the-deepest-corners-of-the-soul-AI

Music has played a significant role in human life for centuries, inspiring, evoking emotions, and connecting different cultures. In his book “Infected by Sound: The Music Market in the Age of Artificial Intelligence,” Stanisław Trzciński uses an incredibly suggestive term that refers to the processes occurring in music and the influence that music has on listeners. Can it be then considered that music truly infects us with sounds, affecting our thoughts, emotions, and well-being?

Vinyl is back. Modern cultural icon

Dominik Bartmanski and Ian Woodward.

Vinyl records have long fascinated enthusiasts and collectors, captivating them with their unique and enduring charm. The book “Vinyl: The Analogue Record in the Digital Age” by Dominik Bartmański and Ian Woodward explores the profound cultural significance of vinyl records in the contemporary era.

„Infected by sound”. Results of research on musical preferences in Poland (Part II)

zarażeni dźwiękiem

In 2023, a unique book by Stanisław Trzciński titled “Infected by Sound: The Music Market in the Age of Artificial Intelligence” [Zarażeni dźwiękiem. Rynek muzyczny w czasach sztucznej inteligencji] was published in Poland (PWN, Warsaw 2023, pp. 939). It stands out not only due to its intriguing title (“Infected by Sound”) but also because of the conducted quantitative and qualitative research on musical preferences in Poland.

Maintaining the Audience’s Attention as a Challenge in Today’s Music Industry

the concept of the "attention economy" is used to describe the activities of media publishers, and it also applies to the music industry

In today’s dynamic world, where information bombards us from every direction, retaining the audience’s attention becomes a challenge for many industries, including the music industry. In this article, we will focus on the issue of retaining the audience’s attention, stemming from the influence of the so-called “attention economy.”

“Infected by sound”. Results of research on musical preferences in Poland. (Part I)

zarażeni dźwiękiem

In 2023, a unique book by Stanisław Trzciński titled “Infected by Sound: The Music Market in the Age of Artificial Intelligence” was published in Poland (PWN, Warsaw 2023, pp. 939). It stands out not only due to its intriguing title (“Infected by Sound”) but also because of the conducted quantitative and qualitative research on musical preferences in Poland.