MBW told you on Friday that YouTube is investing tens of millions of dollars in a new project designed to boost artists’ careers. We speculated that the most obvious route for such a venture would be some kind of digital asset creation – especially as Apple Music has opened its chequebook in recent months to fund ...
Is YouTube too late to the party? They've been the main game in music streaming since the beginning but now that spotify has a hold on the paid market and users EXPECT free content on YouTube - how is this going to pan out?
Beat Making Lab, a project that began in 2011 as a music production and entrepreneurship class at University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, had morphed into an international expedition to teach kids how to make beats
Deviant Noise's insight:
This is an amazing project and I hope it lasts for a long time to come. Music is healing to many conditions - from the emotional to the economic. For producers to travel around the world and teach people to make small studios and produce music is some real shit. I know the power this can have - we had a similar project put on by a rap group - Platinum Black - in our city to teach at risk youth about music production. When kids have something to do that they love, they don't care to do other - more negative - things. It's a win-win for the kids, the communities and the world. Big up Beat Making Lab.
This is very true. You can't find everything on any one of the 3 major streaming services (Spotify, AppleMusic, Tidal). I hear a lot of dope ass songs on things like SiriusXM or on blogs online and I can't find it anywhere on Spotify - which makes me want to hit up a torrent or music share site and download it. Which is f***n tedious and annoying - and doesn't really work well either! Ain't nobody got time for that, so I can't wait for the day the streaming guys get it right.
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