History of 30 years transition of music media to be known in 30 seconds

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GIF animation which shows how the share of music media has changed in 30 years from 1980 to 2010 in 30 seconds is released. All data are calculated from revenue from media that was recorded in the United States, and its revenue isAmerican Record AssociationIt is based on data of.

30 Years Of Music Industry Change, In 30 Seconds Or Less ... - Digital Music News

1980. LP / EP is 59.8%, single record (donut board) is 6.8%recordIs the majority. AndCassette tape (compact cassette)Is 19.1%, I do not get too used to it8 tracksWas 14.3%.

There is not much change in market share in 1981.

In 1982 the following year, 8 trucks almost disappeared, records and cassettes will occupy the majority of the market.

In 1983, CD was born. However, the share is very small, 0.5%, and the record and the cassette look like 5 minutes 5 minutes.

In this year the cassette will exceed the record. Behind that, the share of CD is growing with jiwiwa.

Even in 1985, the cassette was strong at 55.3%, but the CD became 8.9%, which can not be neglected.

The following year the CD has grown rapidly to 20%.

Although the cassette was still strong, the CD reached 28.6% and overtook 18% of the total of the records. According to this result, it seems to say that the era of record has reached the end in 1987.

As the CD gets more and more momentum, the stronghold of the cassette can not be destroyed.

A music video will appear in 1989, but the share battle still remains cassette and CD.

Finally the share of the CD reached 45.9% in total, and in 1990 it became almost the same as the cassette.

And the following year, the CD took the heaven.

A CD that gains momentum. At this time there are few shares of records.

CD has expanded the power of Don Don every year. I think again in the 90's that it was the era of CD.

CD, 70.1%

CD, 76.1%

CD, 79.3%

CD exceeded 80%.

CD, 87.9%

In 1999, the growth of CD finally ceased and it was the same as the previous year's share.

However, in 2000 it grew even further, reaching 92.3%. Together with the CD single, it is 93.3%, which is almost monopolistic.

In the following year the total CD is 94.5%. Newly in this yearDVD audioHas appeared.

In 2002, the CD which monopolized the market peaks at 95.7% in total.

The CD that reduces the market share slightly the following year. In 2003, SACD has been loved by audio enthusiasts.

In 2004, a black ship "download" appears in the music media world. Nonetheless, albums and singles totaling 1.5% are still not noticeable.

A CD that surely reduces market share year by year. Music downloads on mobile phones and flat-rate music distribution (subscription) and technology advances have led music media to expand.

With the shadow of decreasing CD's share, downloads and mobile phones begin to show growth with jiwiwa.

This trend continued for the following year ... ...

In 2008, downloads and mobile phones totaled 30.1%. Also, in the case of records, cassettes and CDs that have been hegemonic so far, "albums" exceeded the sales of "single" overwhelmingly,In the case of downloading, the singles are selling betterIt is also a point. By this, it can be guessed that there are not a few people like "I buy an album of my favorite artist on a CD, but download a song I care about a bit".

As downloads grow, it is also worth noting that the share of LP / EP that was once dying has steadily increased from 0.1% in 2006 to 0.8% in 2009. This seems to be said that there are a lot of users who say, "Important albums are obtained with records, and songs that you would like to listen casually" are downloaded.

The last is 2010 data. The share of CD is definitely decreasing to 49.1%, but on the other hand, downloading and mobile phones have become 39.8% when combined. Also, I am concerned about the extent to which LP / EP is growing to 1.3% and how far we can cut into future share fight.

In addition, GIF animation that shows the history of 30 years transition in music media in 30 seconds can be seen from the following link. Because it is displayed for 1 second every year, it is 30 seconds in 30 years.

30 Years Of Music Industry Change, In 30 Seconds Or Less ... - Digital Music News

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