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Discovr is one of the 10 Top Music Startups of 2011 (Billboard Magazine) | Discovr

Discovr is one of the 10 Top Music Startups of 2011 (Billboard Magazine) | Discovr | A Shift in Recording | Scoop.it

Wooohoo! We’ve just found out that we’ve been included in Billboard Magazine’s list of the 10 Top Music Startups of 2011.

The cover story for this week’s Billboard Magazine is the 10 Top Music Startups of 2011, and we’re very honoured to have made the list.


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This Magazine is a key element in new about the most current trends in music. and if you want to be making current music, you need to know what current.

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The Best Music Software for the home recording Artist.

The Best Music Software for the home recording Artist. | A Shift in Recording | Scoop.it
To create music in your home recording studio an artist must understand how to use the best music software. New technology helps any home recording artist create music hits from their laptop.

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Again more tools for the home artist, allowing for access and ease with comfort, in your own home, on your own time. What a better way to record that those dark days of having to record with a label, and a producer.

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horsebee's curator insight, January 25, 2013 3:14 PM

What a great Site!!

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5 iPad Apps For Producing Quality Music

5 iPad Apps For Producing Quality Music | A Shift in Recording | Scoop.it
By freelance tech writer Reese Jones. Back in the day, producing quality music requires a lot of work to do. You have to go to a music studio to record your songs and mix them altogether.

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5 Amazing apps that utilize recording technologies and increase potential for cheap, at home or mobile recording studios, in the palm of your hand! 

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How to build a recording studio for rap music

How to build a recording studio for rap music | A Shift in Recording | Scoop.it
This hub provides information on how to build a home studio for recording rap music. Learn what type of equipment you need, what are the best microphones and audio interfaces.

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These are the essentials for a home recording studio to produce standard music, on a low, or moderate budget. Allowing for optimal use, efficient costs.

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Sony Music Unlimited for iOS adds high - quality streams and offline mode - Engadget

Sony Music Unlimited for iOS adds high - quality streams and offline mode - Engadget | A Shift in Recording | Scoop.it
Sony Music Unlimited for iOS adds high - quality streams and offline mode Engadget Just a few weeks ago, we learned that Sony Music Unlimited for iOS would be introducing offline mode and high-quality streaming, and today that update has gone live...

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This ever changing world is always finding new ideas, however this one seems good for sony now, to only overall kill the industry since now users are able to step offline: in the car, walking, the beach, etc... Offline, with this massive library at the fingertips. 

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Pono: only a man pays for music quality that he can't hear - The Guardian

Pono: only a man pays for music quality that he can't hear - The Guardian | A Shift in Recording | Scoop.it
The Guardian Pono: only a man pays for music quality that he can't hear The Guardian I'm not sure, though, that this quite qualifies him to tangle with mathematicians waving Nyquist-Shannon's theorem, who are lining up to tell him his Pono music...

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Describing the ranges of the human ear, and using this product to discuss the belief that high quality audio will  not matter, since the average person can still only in that certain frequency, 2khz-20khz. So to buy a device in which sounds only slightly better, doesn't help, and is a waste of money. In other words, Microsoft probably funded that article since I saw an ad for Zune Music Player on in. 

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Classical Ear's curator insight, April 7, 2014 5:19 AM

Unfortunate generalisation in headline notwithstanding...