Category Archives: recordings

Terry McBride on DRM

Rollo & Grady – Los Angeles Music Blog: Interviewing Terry McBride, CEO of Nettwerk Music Group – “I didn’t see any purpose in locking down files; it made no sense to me. People have always been sharing music. Why would … Continue reading

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Darcy James Argue on Recording Logistics

Fractured Atlas Blog : Featured Member: “Right now, fiscal sponsorship is more common in the classical music world than in jazz or pop circles, but with the traditional recording industry in decline, I think you’re going to see a lot … Continue reading

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The end of music (reprise)

8tracks – the end of music: “‘Many people in our society now go around the streets and in the buses and so forth playing radios with earphones on and they don’t hear the world around them. They hear only what … Continue reading

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Direct Note Access

Direct Note Access: “Direct Note Access is a technology that makes the impossible possible: for the first time in audio recording history you can identify and edit individual notes within polyphonic audio material. The unique access that Melodyne affords to … Continue reading

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Teo Macero, 82

AstroNation: Teo Macero, 82, Record Producer, Dies: “Teo Macero, a record producer, composer and saxophonist most famous for his role in producing a series of albums by Miles Davis in the late 1960s and early 1970s, including editing that almost … Continue reading

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Why records DO all sound the same

Why records DO all sound the same: Simon Leadly’s wonderful essay on the business of the factory-music business — “No, it’s not you – records do all sound the same these days. Desperate to get their music on the radio … Continue reading

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