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The Dark Side of P2P File Sharing


P2P file sharing programs are free. Period.

Music Licensing: The Cold Cash Facts About Money for your Music


Where music meets licensing, there's money to be made. How much money? "I have synched quite a few thousand songs into productions over the years," states Peter Jansson of Janssongs, Inc.

Music Business Contacts: Music Business Registry connects artists, managers, publishers, producers &


"The difference between success and failure is information," notes Ritch Esra, and he should know. Along with his partner, Stephen Trumbull, Esra is a leading part of the number one most-reliable source of information on "who's who" and "who does what" in the music business.

Music Industry Insider: Tess Taylor of NARIP and LAMN


Members of LAMN (founded in 1988) and NARIP (founded in 1998), are able to more quickly gain the insight, knowledge, and contact information they need for career development and career enhancement.The success of both organizations extends well beyond their names - both LAMN and NARIP have members across the country and around the globe.

Flaming Guitars! Minarik Fuels The Excitement of a New Generation of Musicians


From the Telecaster to the Flying V to the Iceman to the Warlock, some guitar designs are forever branded on our consciousness, and now there's a new one: the Minarik Inferno X-treme. The body shape erupts in furious fingers of flame.

Tips for a Great Recording Session


You know your songs are great (and so does your girl/boyfriend, family, pets etc), and you finally decided to record an album in a real studio. That's great! But what actually happens when you get there?When you finally do pick the perfect studio, one that you feel comfortable at, there is a certain routine that must be followed in order to get the best performance and the best recording for your budget.

How Has Eminem Risen to the Top?


How is it that a little white boy from Kansas City has becomethe most well known rapper in the world? Starting from nothingand eventually moving up to a multi-millionaire, Eminem over thepast seven years has been in the eye of the public everywhereyou look. He has essentially entered a black man's business andgone to the top over the course of a few years, but how?On October 17, 1972 Marshall Bruce Mathers III was born in St.

Is it Possible to Download Music Legally Anymore?


Throughout the past few years downloading music on the internethas increased in popularity. At the same time though, it hasbecome illegal through many companies to download music asmusicians and artists have been losing money on their CD sales.

Its Jewish Music, But Is The Music Jewish?


A while back I was driving along the Jerusalem highway scanning the radio stations. On one frequency, a very intense dance beat was exploding out of the speakers.

Guitar Tuning Tips


Most new guitar players and even some experienced ones have trouble staying and playing in tune. I'll try listing here some of the common mistakes and there solutions.

How I Learned How To Play The Guitar After Giving Up In Disgust


I was 17 at the time (the Beatles era), and it was considered cool to play the guitar. I had a little training in music in elementary school where I had learned how to play the trumpet.

Free, Legal Music Online


Almost everyone has heard about the massive crack down on Internet music piracy that has been occurring over the past few years. Napster was taken down (although it has now returned as a pay service), other file sharing programs now require users to pay for a license and the RIAA and other similar organizations are doing their best to hunt down copyright offenders and put an end to their crime sprees.

Establishing Your Mix


Now that you've spent hours and days and weeks and months recording your musical masterpieces (and you've also read my article "Tips for a Great Recording Session"), you have arrived at my favorite time in the studio; The Mixdown.But don't think your job is done yet! The mixdown is just as important as recording.

Guitar Buying - The Pros and Cons of Vintage vs. Reissue


To most people, owning the "genuine article" is the only thing that will suffice. As a guitar player, and one who appreciates classic "vintage" instruments, I can fully understand this point of view.

14 Ways Musicians Can Increase Their Tips


I was listening to NPR the other day when they did a report on tipping in the restaurant industry. One they had a list of tips on how wait staff can increase their tips.

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Minneapolis Star Tribune

Emotions run high as McNally Smith College of Music graduates final class
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Graduations always hold the promise of new beginnings, but this time, it also meant the end. Thirty-three graduates of McNally Smith College of Music gathered Saturday at the History Theatre for the downtown St. Paul school's final commencement, just ...
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Despite storms, 20k music fans enjoy 'Day for Night' festival
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HOUSTON - The Day For Night music festival ended outdoor performances early because of severe weather that moved into the Houston area Saturday evening. "It's December in Houston,” said one festival attendee. “You never know what the weather's going to ...
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The San Diego Union-Tribune

Net neutrality's end may have negative impact for music fans and musicians
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About 60 demonstrators gathered earlier this month in Washington, D.C., to protest FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's plans to scrap Obama-era net neutrality protections. On Thursday, the FCC voted, 5-3, to end net neutrality. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty ...

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CBS Philly

Does Christmas Music Turn You Into The Grinch? « CBS Philly
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PHILADELPHIA (CNN) — Does Christmas music put you in the spirit of giving or turn your heart two sizes too small? If you find yourself relating to a hairy, green, holiday-hating beast known as the Grinch when your ears are filled with the sounds of ...
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KTRK-TV

Aging rockers reign atop the first In Bloom Music Festival
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Beck, Queens of the Stone Age, Incubus, Explosions in the Sky, and Broken Social Scene. All due to play along a bayou without threat of a rainstorm. Hopefully. In an attempt to exorcise the stigma and the misfortune of having a rained out event in ...



Variety

10 Best Uses of Music in Movies in 2017
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Music and film formed a potent partnership over the past 12 months, whether it was Hans Zimmer's jarring score for Christopher Nolan's “Dunkirk,” which served as another character in providing the on-screen tension, or the choreographed mayhem of Edgar ...

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CBS News

Inside The Anthem, and the unlikely story of how it came to be
CBS News
The Anthem, a new music venue in Washington, D.C., just opened in the city's revitalized Wharf district. It's an unlikely independent success story in an industry filled with global entertainment companies. CBS News' Alex Wagner took a tour of the new ...



Topeka Capital Journal

Topeka Ramada to offer variety of music for annual New Year's celebration
Topeka Capital Journal
“Then we have in the grand (ballroom) Ghost Town Blues, and there's really an undercurrent in this year's talent that is really the bayou.” Accompanying some of the acts, Kramer said there's a drum line and a horn line — they're pulling out all the ...



The Gander Beacon

Hayley Taylor's musical family sparked early interest in music
The Gander Beacon
GAMBO, NL – For the Taylors of Gambo, music is a family affair. Mike Taylor plays bass and guitar, as does his father, who also plays mandolin and is now learning to play the accordion. “It's just right through the family,” said Mike. “It's something ...

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New York Times

Humble Cinderella: The 8 Best Classical Music Moments of the Week on YouTube
New York Times
Julian Wachner's annual presentation of Handel's “Messiah” at Trinity Wall Street, always eagerly awaited by early-music fans in New York, brings added curiosity this weekend: Advance publicity reports that “parts typically sung by female voices will ...


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