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R.I.P. EMI

R.I.P. EMI

EMI, the British company, has been a driving force in the music industry since 1887, when Emile Berliner invented the Gramophone.  Since then, EMI has broken into many fields, including publishing and recording, and has always been considered a top competing company. Last month, on Friday...

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Music Supervisors and Synch Licenses

Music Supervisors and Synch Licenses

After watching prime time dramas such as ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy, the amount of new music that a show like this introduces to the public is astonishing: “Anyone’s Ghost” by The National, “Abducted” by Cults, “Chameleon/Comedian” by Kathleen Edwards, “Hit It” by Miss Li, and...

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US Welcomes the European (Dance) Invasion

US Welcomes the European (Dance) Invasion

Today more than ever, electronic dance music has gone mainstream in America....

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Preparing Artists for Stardom: Angelo Ellerbee

Preparing Artists for Stardom:  Angelo Ellerbee

Angelo Ellerbee is the founder and CEO of Double XXposure Media Relations, a...

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Sound Recordings in 2013: A Legal Brief

Sound Recordings in 2013: A Legal Brief

The Mayans were partially right when they predicted something drastic would...

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Kickstarter: Fresh Money by a Deadline

Kickstarter: Fresh Money by a Deadline

Kickstarter, a for-profit company that started in April 2009, broke into the...

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The Rock in Rio Festival

The Rock in Rio Festival

Nearly two months ago, and after a ten-year hiatus,  Brazil witnessed the...

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The Voice Altering Code

The Voice Altering Code

Auto-Tune is the reason why some pop stars sound amazing on a record but...

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