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Portrait des musiciens à l'heure du numérique

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  • Bacache-Beauvallet, Maya
  • Bourreau, Marc
  • Moreau, François

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L’industrie musicale est en crise alors que dans le même temps la consommation de musique ne s’est jamais aussi bien portée. Ces difficultés ont conduit à des politiques publiques défensives, concentrées sur la protection de la filière musicale contre le piratage. Pourtant l’impact du numérique est bien plus large. Les opportunités qu’il offre devraient, au contraire, conduire à des politiques d’encouragement, ou pour le moins à une neutralité de la puissance publique face à ces innovations du marché. Mais dans le débat public, la parole n’a guère été donnée aux artistes-interprètes pour qu’ils expriment leur opinion et décrivent leurs pratiques. Une enquête auprès des musiciens de l’ADAMI a permis de mettre en évidence leur forte hétérogénéité – dans leur position par rapport au piratage aussi bien que dans l’impact du numérique sur leurs revenus et leurs relations aux maisons de disque. Cet opuscule veut donc donner aux politiques publiques les moyens de trouver une réponse adaptée aux intérêts divergents des artistes.

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This book is provided by CEPREMAP in its series Opuscules du CEPREMAP with number 22 and published in 2011.

ISBN: 978-2-7288-0454-2
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  1. Imbert, Clément, 2013. "Travailler pour être aidé? L’emploi garanti en Inde," Opuscules du CEPREMAP, CEPREMAP, number 33, May.

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