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How Internet Provide Interactions Among Music People

September 19, 2011
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Internet, as a form of technological advancement, is just one way how different people in different places get connected. This is the same way how internet enables embodied social interaction among and between musicians, fans, and other participants in indie music. One classic example we can cite are music writers. As expected, they find themselves […]

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King Of Pop Special: His Way To Make A Name For Himself

August 19, 2011
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It really takes time to have a name in a certain field that someone wishes to be known of. Either you have done something remarkable or something really improper. For some, it make take years or at unfortunately, it remains only to be a dream that seems to be impossible to be reached. It differs […]

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5 Music Business Myths

August 7, 2011
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Like any other industries, music business has many myths that have been in existence and believed by many. Some hold on to those myths but also some opt to divert their beliefs into more effective ways to prosper in this business. Be aware and know these myths. The Discovery Myth… Some believe you have to […]

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Peavey AmpKit Link and Amp Kit

August 1, 2011
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At first glance, you will not like this white plastic for it looks like a part of a burglar alarm. But you always have to consider how it works before you totally judge its effectiveness.  But definitely, Peavey AmpKit Link works more than just a burglar alarm. This gadget is used with iDevice. LED lights […]

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Equipment for home music production

April 27, 2011
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Digital / computer Music recording and production can be set up inside the comfort of your house with only basic equipments with just enough budget. It may seem to have a lot of cons as to the noise it will create among other things. Most Producers prefer it for it is not time restricted and […]

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Timbaland “Innovator of Sound”

October 1, 2010
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Talking about producers, Timothy Zachery Mosley better known as Timabaland or Timbo was one of the most popular producers today. Timothy Zachery Mosley was born on March 10, 1971 in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He was raised and graduated from Salem High School. Mosley began making hip hop backing tracks on a keyboard as a DJ […]

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All About Butch Vig

September 27, 2010
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Bryan David Vig. was born on August 2, 1955. He came from Viroqua, Wisconsin, U.S. His parents are Dr. DeVerne and Betty Vig a music teacher, in Viroqua, Wisconsin. Butch has two siblings, Chris and Lisa. He acquired the nickname Butch as a child. Click here to help you create your own music masterpiece He […]

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Red One “The Melody King”

September 24, 2010
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Born in Tetouan Morocco,  Nadir Khayat also known as “Red One”. He left Morocco at the age of 19 for Sweden, because of his belief that there was so much good music there. He originally pursued his musical ambitions by singing and playing guitar in various local rock bands. But it changed direction in the […]

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The Secrets of Master P

September 21, 2010
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Master P is an American entertainer and entrepreneur, founder and CEO of P. Miller Enterprises and also the founder of No Limit Records. Percy Jayceon Miller was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on April 29, 1970. He was better known as Master P. he was raised in Calliope Projects, and the oldest of the six […]

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Music Producing Software

July 20, 2010
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A music producing software; yet another blessing of the advanced technology of today’s age. But what is a music producing software? By definition, in the simplest of language, it is a computer application that enables the production of music from the comfort of your home instead of having to go to a studio. Unbelievable as […]

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