Here is an annotated bibliography. The titles are scholarly works that discuss and explain social media as it relates to music.
Annotated Bibliography Tackett
Chester, J., & Montgomery, K. (2008). No Escape : Marketing to Kids in the Digital Age. Mulitnational Monitor, 29(1), pg. 11. This article discusses how companies advertise and market to children. The use of music as an enticement for participating in surveys, and the emotional responses that are calculated for an exchange of information is studied. The author exposes these factors to raise questions about using social media as a tool for misuses and deceptions.
Gadea, C., Solomon, B., Ionescu, B., & Ionescu, D. (2011). A Collaborative Cloud-Based Multimedia Sharing Platform for Social Networking Environments. 2011 Proceedings of 20th International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks (ICCCN), 1–6. doi:10.1109/ICCCN.2011.6006079. This article discusses how to share music in a cloud-based system using social media. The author’s propose a system that would allow users to view or listen real time using existing social media outlets. The article introduces a software system that would allow this kind of a cloud system usage.
Kerstetter, K. (2010). Instructional Blogging in the General Music Room. General Music Today, 24(1), 15-18. doi:10.1177/1048371310362516. This article discusses how easy blogs are to use. Specifically to writing about music blogging doesn’t require expertise and can provide users with a tool to express themselves.
Labelle, B. (2006). Phantom Music: radio, memory, and narratives from auditory life. Organised Sound, 11(01), 19. doi:10.1017/S1355771806000045. This article discusses how listeners associate various memories with a particular song. The narratives of various people are recorded and then the song title that is part of the memory is recorded. The finished narrative is extrapolated into a radio station of association of songs. The author studies how music is part of feelings or situations, and how that can be part of memory.
Lee, C., & Cunningham, P. (2012). The geographic flow of music. 2012 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining, 691–695. doi:10.1109/ASONAM.2012.237. Using a social media website, these author’s track how quickly music is accepted based on the user’s geographical location. This article has tries to profile how different locations, such as rural or urban, effect the acceptance of songs. Cities are also compared to each other to determine trending.
Schober, M. F. (2006). Virtual environments for creative work in collaborative music-making. Virtual Reality, 10(2), 85–94. doi:10.1007/s10055-006-0049-z. Schober (2006) describes how music can be performed in a virtual reality in real time. He describes how the visual cues and interaction supports the musical interaction. This interaction is facilitating the back and forth or natural communication that exists within an ensemble effort of performance and composition.
Scott, D. M. (2010). Grateful Dead Content Lessons. Econtent, 33(7). This is an article about the band The Grateful Dead and how they used social medias. The band became very successful by using their own business plan to set them apart from other music acts. The community that they created is analyzed and discussed.
Zhou, X., Xu, Y., Li, Y., Josang, A., & Cox, C. (2011). The state-of-the-art in personalized recommender systems for social networking. Artificial Intelligence Review, 37(2), 119–132. doi:10.1007/s10462-011-9222-1. This article discusses reviews different solutions for setting up a personal recommendation system. The software would sift through various social media music endorsements, and create an automatic list of music, films, or books based on the users tastes. The author’s provide recommendations of further research.