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Magazine articles on trends in the music industry, general music, and instruments.
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Linux Journal
May 2, 2002
Tom Poe
Community-Based Recording Studios: A Look into the Future A proposal to build free recording studios within communities as a way to increase the Public Domain and circumvent the recording industry. mark for My Articles 94 similar articles
June 6, 2002
Damien Cave
The Netflix way Will the success of the pioneering DVD-rental company convince a reluctant music industry to embrace its own subscription strategy? mark for My Articles 773 similar articles
May 23, 2002
Thomas Claburn
Give it away now Music start-up offers CDs free, but says it's making a profit. How can that be? mark for My Articles 245 similar articles
May 17, 2002
Janelle Brown
Napster's wake The company that launched a thousand rips may be dead, but the movement it launched continues to thrive -- and to make a mockery of the music industry's pathetic online offerings. mark for My Articles 363 similar articles
April 23, 2002
Damien Cave
Musician to Napster judge: Let my music go A 1960s-era recording artist says he can't get Sony to pay royalties, so his psychedelic pop might as well be free... mark for My Articles 102 similar articles
PC World
April 11, 2002
Tom Spring
Face the Music: Suits Pending Over Copy Controls Class action suits may spring from consumer complaints of surreptitious CD copy protection... mark for My Articles 265 similar articles
May 2002
Beat Manifestos Musicians sound off on their fave tech toys and the future of music... mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
May 2002
Erik Davis
Songs in the Key of F12 First software turned the laptop into a musical instrument. Now who's in control: the machine or the musician? mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
May 2002
Six Machines That Changed The Music World Pop musicians and producers have turned happy accidents into great records for more than 50 years. But the history of house and techno, in particular, is underpinned with fits of serendipity and creative perversions of recording technology... mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
March 26, 2002
Katharine Mieszkowski
Web radio's last stand A new ruling involving the Digital Millennium Copyright Act is set to wipe out independent online music stations... mark for My Articles 379 similar articles
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