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Magazine articles on trends in the music industry, general music, and instruments.
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December 20, 2007
Brian Raftery
On iTunes, a Careless Click May Buy You an Imposter Be careful of purchasing cover bands singing your favorite song over the original artist. mark for My Articles 118 similar articles
December 6, 2007
Peter Burrows
Commentary: Waxing Rhapsodic A subscription to a music service such as Rhapsody offers benefits such as variety and economy. mark for My Articles 331 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
December 6, 2007
Gibson's Robot Guitar Tunes Itself, Makes Concerts Longer Using microprocessors and motors to automatically tune the strings in seconds, the Gibson Robot Guitar puts an end to manual peg-twisting. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
November 27, 2007
Joel Stein
Meet the Mario Maestros Who Have Videogame Music Rocking Concert Halls Video Games Live has been performed more than 40 times over the past two years, in venues as stuffy as Toronto's Massey Hall, Rio de Janeiro's Claro Hall, and London's Royal Festival Hall. Videogame symphonies offer something greater than fond memories -- they offer nerd redemption. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Home Theater
October 22, 2007
Try Napster without Napster Napster is looking to improve its game by untethering its 770,000 subscribers from its proprietary software. mark for My Articles 157 similar articles
October 15, 2007
Jon Fine
Music, Critics, And Crowds Rather than harnessing the collective preferences of an audience, Critical Metrics, a nascent music-recommendations search engine, aggregates current and past critical opinion for more than 23,000 songs on its beta site. mark for My Articles
The Motley Fool
October 2, 2007
Alyce Lomax
Radiohead's Sonic Boom Radiohead will allow its fans to pay whatever they like for its newest album, available on the Web, giving fans the opportunity to cut out the middleman and deal directly with their favorite bands. Is this the future of music? mark for My Articles 303 similar articles
The Motley Fool
September 12, 2007
Rick Aristotle Munarriz
Apple Rocks Apple arms musicians, again, with a software upgrade, Logic Studio. Between professional studio effects, a library of instrument samples, and slick post-production functionality, it's a complete package. mark for My Articles 610 similar articles
Linux Journal
August 1, 2007
James Lees
Magnatune an Open Choice, iTunes an Expensive Choice Magnatune is not only an independent, on-line record label, but also a company that wants to change how music is distributed and open up possibilities for less-known bands and artists. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
August 2007
Suhas Sreedhar
Animated Article: The Future of Music Part Two: Will Musicianship Matter? How advances in technology have dramatically changed music production. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
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