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  • Jack Isquith Archives - Digital Music Insider
    uncomfortable with both its bad song results and its lack of artist support Through the 2000s I drifted from service to service online Rhapsody Imeem Lala iTunes eMusic I tried them all But somehow despite the cool music platform that the web had become something was missing Some days it was enough and I found treasures but most days it felt a bit cold clinical Listening to music on these services was mostly clean and efficient but it wasn t all that entertaining and it certainly wasn t magical These were algorithms and applications not good friends crafting music experiences The human element was missing For the first time in years I found myself missing the old WNEW FM Then in 2011 I found Slacker Slacker would have seemed like an impossible dream to the eighteen year old me It worked everywhere On my computer on my phone in my car Best of all is the curation At Slacker I have more than 200 pre programmed stations to choose from Sure there are the expected genre stations Today s Hits New Hip Hop Country and an excellent slate of Alternative stations But Slacker also digs really deep with Eclectic Rock G reat Songs You Forgot Old School R B and Grunge 20 Years Later These are thematic stations that terrestrial radio could never dream of With Slacker I can access the biggest hits or reinvent the concept of formats on a daily basis Only people who live and breathe music every day could come up with stations like Dive Bar Jukebox Broken Heart Radio or The 50 Most Embarrassing Facebook Songs No algorithm in the world can put a music mix together like these stations With Slacker I am able to follow hosts like Mat Bates and Scott Riggs whose expert curation routinely blows me away I love Scott s Indie Hits mix and I find Mat s New Music First stations invaluable I really couldn t live without The New 40 the Slacker station that plays the best 40 songs regardless of genre each and every week Yet as good at turning me on to music as Mat and Scott are I love being able to overrule them to have more power than the DJ to take a good station and make it better I can fine tune any station by tweaking the music mix based on related artists song popularity and song age Fine tune is an extremely cool feature I can add sports from ESPN news from ABC and talk from American Public Media At Slacker I have total control of a music library of more than 13 million songs I can lean in and make custom playlists I can lean back by simply typing a band or song name into the Search box and just let the music play For a guy who spent days as a kid making mixed tapes this seems unbelievably fast efficient and wondrous Most important at Slacker I feel like the

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  • Music Curation Archives - Digital Music Insider
    uncomfortable with both its bad song results and its lack of artist support Through the 2000s I drifted from service to service online Rhapsody Imeem Lala iTunes eMusic I tried them all But somehow despite the cool music platform that the web had become something was missing Some days it was enough and I found treasures but most days it felt a bit cold clinical Listening to music on these services was mostly clean and efficient but it wasn t all that entertaining and it certainly wasn t magical These were algorithms and applications not good friends crafting music experiences The human element was missing For the first time in years I found myself missing the old WNEW FM Then in 2011 I found Slacker Slacker would have seemed like an impossible dream to the eighteen year old me It worked everywhere On my computer on my phone in my car Best of all is the curation At Slacker I have more than 200 pre programmed stations to choose from Sure there are the expected genre stations Today s Hits New Hip Hop Country and an excellent slate of Alternative stations But Slacker also digs really deep with Eclectic Rock G reat Songs You Forgot Old School R B and Grunge 20 Years Later These are thematic stations that terrestrial radio could never dream of With Slacker I can access the biggest hits or reinvent the concept of formats on a daily basis Only people who live and breathe music every day could come up with stations like Dive Bar Jukebox Broken Heart Radio or The 50 Most Embarrassing Facebook Songs No algorithm in the world can put a music mix together like these stations With Slacker I am able to follow hosts like Mat Bates and Scott Riggs whose expert curation routinely blows me away I love Scott s Indie Hits mix and I find Mat s New Music First stations invaluable I really couldn t live without The New 40 the Slacker station that plays the best 40 songs regardless of genre each and every week Yet as good at turning me on to music as Mat and Scott are I love being able to overrule them to have more power than the DJ to take a good station and make it better I can fine tune any station by tweaking the music mix based on related artists song popularity and song age Fine tune is an extremely cool feature I can add sports from ESPN news from ABC and talk from American Public Media At Slacker I have total control of a music library of more than 13 million songs I can lean in and make custom playlists I can lean back by simply typing a band or song name into the Search box and just let the music play For a guy who spent days as a kid making mixed tapes this seems unbelievably fast efficient and wondrous Most important at Slacker I feel like the

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  • Pandora Archives - Digital Music Insider
    with both its bad song results and its lack of artist support Through the 2000s I drifted from service to service online Rhapsody Imeem Lala iTunes eMusic I tried them all But somehow despite the cool music platform that the web had become something was missing Some days it was enough and I found treasures but most days it felt a bit cold clinical Listening to music on these services was mostly clean and efficient but it wasn t all that entertaining and it certainly wasn t magical These were algorithms and applications not good friends crafting music experiences The human element was missing For the first time in years I found myself missing the old WNEW FM Then in 2011 I found Slacker Slacker would have seemed like an impossible dream to the eighteen year old me It worked everywhere On my computer on my phone in my car Best of all is the curation At Slacker I have more than 200 pre programmed stations to choose from Sure there are the expected genre stations Today s Hits New Hip Hop Country and an excellent slate of Alternative stations But Slacker also digs really deep with Eclectic Rock G reat Songs You Forgot Old School R B and Grunge 20 Years Later These are thematic stations that terrestrial radio could never dream of With Slacker I can access the biggest hits or reinvent the concept of formats on a daily basis Only people who live and breathe music every day could come up with stations like Dive Bar Jukebox Broken Heart Radio or The 50 Most Embarrassing Facebook Songs No algorithm in the world can put a music mix together like these stations With Slacker I am able to follow hosts like Mat Bates and Scott Riggs whose expert curation routinely blows me away I love Scott s Indie Hits mix and I find Mat s New Music First stations invaluable I really couldn t live without The New 40 the Slacker station that plays the best 40 songs regardless of genre each and every week Yet as good at turning me on to music as Mat and Scott are I love being able to overrule them to have more power than the DJ to take a good station and make it better I can fine tune any station by tweaking the music mix based on related artists song popularity and song age Fine tune is an extremely cool feature I can add sports from ESPN news from ABC and talk from American Public Media At Slacker I have total control of a music library of more than 13 million songs I can lean in and make custom playlists I can lean back by simply typing a band or song name into the Search box and just let the music play For a guy who spent days as a kid making mixed tapes this seems unbelievably fast efficient and wondrous Most important at Slacker I feel like the human

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  • Slacker Archives - Digital Music Insider
    with both its bad song results and its lack of artist support Through the 2000s I drifted from service to service online Rhapsody Imeem Lala iTunes eMusic I tried them all But somehow despite the cool music platform that the web had become something was missing Some days it was enough and I found treasures but most days it felt a bit cold clinical Listening to music on these services was mostly clean and efficient but it wasn t all that entertaining and it certainly wasn t magical These were algorithms and applications not good friends crafting music experiences The human element was missing For the first time in years I found myself missing the old WNEW FM Then in 2011 I found Slacker Slacker would have seemed like an impossible dream to the eighteen year old me It worked everywhere On my computer on my phone in my car Best of all is the curation At Slacker I have more than 200 pre programmed stations to choose from Sure there are the expected genre stations Today s Hits New Hip Hop Country and an excellent slate of Alternative stations But Slacker also digs really deep with Eclectic Rock G reat Songs You Forgot Old School R B and Grunge 20 Years Later These are thematic stations that terrestrial radio could never dream of With Slacker I can access the biggest hits or reinvent the concept of formats on a daily basis Only people who live and breathe music every day could come up with stations like Dive Bar Jukebox Broken Heart Radio or The 50 Most Embarrassing Facebook Songs No algorithm in the world can put a music mix together like these stations With Slacker I am able to follow hosts like Mat Bates and Scott Riggs whose expert curation routinely blows me away I love Scott s Indie Hits mix and I find Mat s New Music First stations invaluable I really couldn t live without The New 40 the Slacker station that plays the best 40 songs regardless of genre each and every week Yet as good at turning me on to music as Mat and Scott are I love being able to overrule them to have more power than the DJ to take a good station and make it better I can fine tune any station by tweaking the music mix based on related artists song popularity and song age Fine tune is an extremely cool feature I can add sports from ESPN news from ABC and talk from American Public Media At Slacker I have total control of a music library of more than 13 million songs I can lean in and make custom playlists I can lean back by simply typing a band or song name into the Search box and just let the music play For a guy who spent days as a kid making mixed tapes this seems unbelievably fast efficient and wondrous Most important at Slacker I feel like the human

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  • Music Biz Evolution. - Digital Music Insider
    marked Comment Name Email Website Post navigation Previous Previous post Sage Advice 1 Why Do People STAY In The Music Business Next Next post Slacker Bringing Music Curation Back Jack Isquith About Follow Us Sign up for our mailing list Email Address Recent Posts The Critics Were Wrong What Was The Greatest Year In Music Guilty Pleasures Are Dead And Bigger Than Ever Van Morrison Treasure No Longer Buried On Bruce Lundvall Recent Comments Dick Boddie on On Bruce Lundvall Tim Devine on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Willie on Frank s Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox Nancy Blum on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Nancy Blum on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Twitter Tweets by digmusicinsider Archives November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 May 2015 February 2015 December 2014 February 2013 January 2013 August 2012 March 2012 October 2011 September 2011 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 Categories D2C Daily Snark Did You Notice Digital Music News Dishing With The Digerati Fog Of War Gaming Hats Off iTunes Law Disorder Mobile Apps MusicBiz Portals Retailers Sage Advice Scuttlebutt

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  • most intersting - Digital Music Insider
    Lundvall Tim Devine on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Willie on Frank s Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox Nancy Blum on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Nancy Blum on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Twitter Tweets by digmusicinsider Archives November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 May 2015 February 2015 December 2014 February 2013 January 2013 August 2012

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  • la-reid - Digital Music Insider
    Bruce Lundvall Tim Devine on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Willie on Frank s Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox Nancy Blum on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Nancy Blum on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Twitter Tweets by digmusicinsider Archives November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 May 2015 February 2015 December 2014 February 2013 January 2013 August

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  • NateSilver - Digital Music Insider
    Lundvall Tim Devine on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Willie on Frank s Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox Nancy Blum on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Nancy Blum on Sacred Songs and Places Inspired by George Harrison Twitter Tweets by digmusicinsider Archives November 2015 October 2015 September 2015 May 2015 February 2015 December 2014 February 2013 January 2013 August 2012

    Original URL path: http://www.digitalmusicinsider.com/music-biz-evolution/2013/01/08/natesilver/ (2016-04-26)
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