First select two technologies to compare (options are in the attached file title

First select two technologies to compare (options are in the attached file titled “Technologies”)
Consider how these technologies affect(ed) the historical distribution and/or presentation of music.
Identify the audience in question for technology and examine the values, assumptions, and cultural expectations evinced by their use of (or exposure to) those technologies.
Explain clearly (assume an intelligent but not tech-savvy reader) the working principles and design of each technology and examine the historical circumstances and motivations of each technology’s development (and subsequent use).
Develop a critical assessment of each technology’s potential and capacities.
Consider the role of cultural and social context in the ultimate experience of each.
Adopt a “scholarly tone” (for additional details, please see consult the links given on the Tech ID).
Use standard Chicago (Links to an external site.) or MLA (Links to an external site.) citation practice. In-text citations are required, with a bibliography at the end:
10 or more sources, at least 5 of which are scholarly resources.
Your bibliography should be divided into two sections: scholarly and non-scholarly.
In addition to the specifics of the assignment identified above, the following are general grading guidelines for written work:
Does the paper demonstrate effective and clear scholarly prose?
Is the paper presented in an organized manner?
Does the paper demonstrate a clear understanding of the technical principles relevant to the paper topic?
Is the paper well reasoned, using an insightful commentary that is reinforced by illustrative examples?
Are citations used appropriately and do they follow Chicago (Links to an external site.) or MLA (Links to an external site.) formatting? Are they divided into scholarly and non-scholarly sections?
Are there grammatical or spelling errors?