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Magazine articles on trends in the music industry, general music, and instruments.
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PC Magazine
October 29, 2003
Online Music Stores: Music to Your Ears? As Apple iTunes Music Store for the Mac showed, users wanted to download as much or as little as they liked and pay only for what they bought. Now that the winning formula has been hit upon, it's rapidly being improved. mark for My Articles 833 similar articles
November 24, 2003
David Welch
Satellite Radio: Two For The Road Do you pick XM or Sirius service? It may all boil down to your politics. mark for My Articles 977 similar articles
PC Magazine
November 25, 2003
Make Beautiful Music You've probably heard this refrain: Those newfangled musicians don't play like the old masters. With today's desktop tools, though, you don't need a lot of training to make satisfying music. mark for My Articles 231 similar articles
PC Magazine
October 21, 2003
Michael J. Miller
Upbeat About Digital Music Let's hope that in its zeal to stop pirates the music industry doesn't hurt legitimate customers. mark for My Articles 427 similar articles
November 2003
Anton Linecker
Sonicfire Pro 3 Music-scoring application for the Mac brings ease of use to the table. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
November 2003
Christopher Breen
MasterWriter Songwriting utility makes it easy to create perfect lyrics mark for My Articles
October 13, 2003
Peter Burrows
Tuning Up for the Online Music Business Making a buck selling songs online will be tough, but a raft of sites are at the ready. mark for My Articles 698 similar articles
Information Today
October 2003
Dick Kaser
The Day the Music Died? Whether or not this generation of music fans views their loss of innocence (with regard to the legality of song-sharing on peer-to-peer networks) as the day the music died is a subject that remains to be polled. mark for My Articles 95 similar articles
PC Magazine
October 14, 2003
Rhapsody Gets Real RealNetworks' RealOne Rhapsody has everyone happy including music fans, and thanks to a clever security technique that prevents piracy, record execs, too. mark for My Articles 265 similar articles
PC Magazine
October 1, 2003
Matthew P. Graven
Moog Modular V Forty years after the first Moog synthesizer prototype was produced, musicians still relish its unique sound. French company Arturia has created a software synthesizer that emulates the Moog, letting you alter sounds by moving on-screen cables and knobs. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
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