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Indie Labels Tap Old Formats

Indie Labels Tap Old Formats

An increasing number of small independent record labels are surviving based on a new alternative Do-It-Yourself culture, which has a genuine love for old analog formats. Traditionally, these labels are underdogs, thriving in areas that the over-manned and over-funded major labels ignore. They...

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The Fate of EMI lies in Court

The Fate of EMI lies in Court

Since its inception in 1931, EMI’s illustrious history of rock icons and persistent innovation has made it an industry legend. However, even with a controlling market share in publishing, an artist roster that formidably holds its own on the charts, and a steady increase in revenue streams...

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Copyright Pressures Compromise the Preservation of...

Copyright Pressures Compromise the Preservation of Recorded Sound

With the advent of sound recording at the end of the nineteenth century, many...

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A Home Studio Milestone: Pro Tools Cost is Halved

In October of 2010, Avid (formerly Digidesign) announced Pro Tools HD Native. ...

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Our Correspondent in South Africa Takes FIFA to Ta...

Our Correspondent in South Africa Takes FIFA to Task

This past summer, I had the privilege of doing an internship at Sony Music in...

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The Promise of India

Bringing a new style of music into a market of over a billion people, and...

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The Publisher as a Record Label

The Publisher as a Record Label

At the start of the summer of 2010, the release of the self-titled debut album...

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The Price of Freedom: Reinventing the Online Econo...

The Price of Freedom: Reinventing the Online Economy

Editor’s Note: We are pleased to publish this piece, which is used with...

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