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The Development Of the Music Industry. Start with a timeline.  - Michelle. Analogue, Vinyl radio, Digitisation of files for CD. - Michelle. WMP - CD reader and media player separate  - Michelle. Winamp - first combined  - Tim.

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compatibility with peripherals
Compatibility with peripherals
  • The portable mp3 player first appeared in 1998, along the same time as media players, as a result of increase in digitisation.
  • Media players allows customers to export their purchased music onto external peripherals
  • Competitive comparison – compatibility with various file formats and ability to convert these formats

There are some common files with the key players

Difference – the additional ‘bonus file’ formats

    • Napster is unable to support any file formats from PCs or CDs, only mp3.
    • Spotify has a limited selection
    • Windows Media Player & Winamp largest choice
    • iTunes is only able to transfer music to iPods & iPhones
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iTunes
  • Introduced in 2001, and numerous updated versions since
  • Default media players for all Mac computers; free to download from Apple’s website
  • Only cost is in purchasing music from Apple store
  • A compulsory subsidiary for iPods & iPhones
  • Able to stream music from others’ playlists using a LAN
  • Largest library choice through iTunes store
  • Lack of customisation
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