Posts Tagged ‘Apple’

Reactive Music

Posted on January 16th, 2010 by in Music Industry News

What is reactive music? Well, it is music that responds to it’s surrounding environment and manipulates the sound accordingly. A simple example, is whilst playing music through your iPhone, you can effect the sound with different swinging and shaking movements. Essentially, it enables you to remix songs live and create a different recording every time. […]

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iTunes goes DRM-free

Posted on January 8th, 2009 by in Music Industry News

Well, it’s always been on the cards, but the biggest news of the week is that Apple have finally been able to make iTunes tracks available without the Digital Rights Management that was essentially ‘watermarked’ into all previous tracks. So you can now buy a tune from iTunes and play it on Microsoft’s Zune player […]

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Selling records on iTunes

Posted on December 5th, 2008 by in Advice & Tips

I’ve covered a bit recently on AC/DC dropping iTunes because of Apple’s requirement to sell album tracks individually and the band’s belief that this is wrong. Well, assuming that you aren’t a rock supergroup that can strike up a great physical distribution deal, iTunes could be on your list of download sites, and using it […]

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AC/DC album news – the physical revolution?

Posted on November 10th, 2008 by in Music Industry News

From Guns n Roses to AC/DC! Yes, we really are keeping up with the times! It’s funny how these, ahem, ‘mature’ bands are leading the way with their music strategies. Anywho, I thought I’d report on the Young Brothers and co, because they recently took a stand against iTunes. They believed that an album should […]

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