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Magazine articles on trends in the music industry, general music, and instruments.
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PC Magazine
September 9, 2003
Bill Machrone
Internet Radio: Failed Promise? At least Internet radio stations have a reprieve from the record companies' usual shortsighted thuggery. mark for My Articles 212 similar articles
October 2003
Levine & Werde
Superproducers They're reinventing the sound of music. And the music industry. mark for My Articles 66 similar articles
PC Magazine
July 16, 2003
Konstantinos Karagiannis
Free Music Services The threat of lawsuits is not turning users off from file sharing, however. In fact, it may be driving users to seek out anonymous services. mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
August 20, 2003
Steve Richer
How To: Start A Rock Band Even if you're a working professional who only has free time on the weekends, there are ways to put a successful band together and pursue a serious music career that will take you places. mark for My Articles 457 similar articles
PC Magazine
September 2, 2003
Bruce Brown
Digital Drumming Learning to play the drums is easy and inexpensive with the realistic Pacific Digital DrumXtreme DX-100 USB Digital Drum Kit. mark for My Articles 100 similar articles
July 2, 2003
Online Music Wings its Way to the Celestial Jukebox In a celestial jukebox, instead of downloading songs to a computer hard drive or burning them onto a CD, listeners log onto a site that streams the music directly to their computers for immediate listening. It's like having your own all-request FM channel. mark for My Articles 706 similar articles
PC World
July 2003
Michael Gowan
Apple's ITunes Music Store Is a Winner Windows users will have to wait for a compatible version, however. mark for My Articles 435 similar articles
June 2003
Gil Kaupp
Traktor DJ Studio 2.0 Pro DJ software comes to the Mac, mixes great sound mark for My Articles 17 similar articles
May 2003
Jesse Walker
Monster Mash-Ups How musical collages are challenging traditional ideas of authorship mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
Technology Research News
April 23, 2003
Kimberly Patch
Software sorts tunes Efforts to get computers to categorize music usually involve researchers telling the computers what to listen for. A system that compares music files without any help from humans plays off subtle clues we may not notice. The method could be tapped to determine music authorship, and could even be used in disciplines like art history and forensics. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
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