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Putting Music in the Network: iTune’s Ping

This year has undoubtedly been a banner year for Apple. With the release of the iPad in April, and the launch of the new line of iPods last September, Apple has maintained its reputation as an innovative manufacturer. Quite recently, an enormous upgrade to iTunes was made with the introduction of...

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Jim Odom of PreSonus Audio: Musicians’ Synch...

Jim Odom of PreSonus Audio: Musicians’ Synching Tools

Jim Odom is a co-founder and CEO of PreSonus Audio Electronics, a Louisiana-based designer and manufacturer of digital audio equipment. Since the company’s inception in 1995, PreSonus has been a leading pioneer in the home studio movement and is responsible for many of the standard products...

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Live Music in the US: A Cold Summer Squall

Live Music in the US: A Cold Summer Squall

In an industry believed to be recession proof, live music has indeed seen an...

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Clearing the Music Pipelines: Network Neutrality

Clearing the Music Pipelines: Network Neutrality

The advent and progress of Internet Technology is one of the greatest things...

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Psychographics and Fan Retention

Overview This article provides guidance on how a musician, label or any other...

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YouTube: The New Radio Star?

YouTube: The New Radio Star?

With the rise of online file sharing and data-streaming, copyright...

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Friction in Live Music

Friction in Live Music

Over the last decade, there has been a shift in artists’ revenues. While...

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Tom Windish: Live Music’s Indie Player

Tom Windish: Live Music’s Indie Player

Booking Agents in the music business are at a turning point in their...

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