The Music Internet Untangled
by Andy Breeding
Publisher: Giant Path Publishing 2004
Number of pages: 212
This book provides a primer on the different types of online music services: what they are good for, and how to use them for music discovery. Though many of the service details are now dated, the fundamentals haven't changed. The chapters on the types of services and the chapters on music information on the net have remained relevant.
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