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How to Make Trance Music

How to Make Trance Music | Digital Music Developments | Scoop.it
Trance is perhaps the most emotional genre in electronic music. It can make you want to burst out cheering or start crying for no reason. It has the power to instill pure bliss into the listener. There are so many different subgenres of...
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BlackBerry 10- Digital Music Distribution Service for Independent Artists and Labels

Roberto-Many blackberry users can soon benefit from Zimbalam. This platform allows artist to market and sell their music via blackberry. Zimbalam has alredy 80,000 artists.

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Student position on illegal downloading

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Roberto - For some donwloading illegal music is common but some actually oversee the act as what it really is stealing somebody's work. 

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Introduction to Digital Music

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Roberto - Digital Music on Internet 101. Introduction of technology for the music industry communications. Primitive. 

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The one bright spot for the music labels: Digital

The one bright spot for the music labels: Digital | Digital Music Developments | Scoop.it

MustRead " The financial picture of the music industry is still bleak, but YouTube, Spotify, and other services are helping. Read this article by Paul Sloan on CNET News.


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Joel Florian's curator insight, September 9, 2014 4:01 PM

Digital downloads have had a positive impact on music labels. Consistent growth in sales have shown that digital streaming will continue to have a positive impact in music sales. 

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Online piracy 'does not hurt the music industry'- EC study - Digital ...

Online piracy 'does not hurt the music industry'- EC study - Digital ... | Digital Music Developments | Scoop.it
“The complementary effect of online streaming is found to be somewhat larger, suggesting a stimulating effect of this activity on the sales of digital music,” researchers noted, adding that the music industry should not see piracy ...
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Streaming Music Benefits

Streaming Music Benefits | Digital Music Developments | Scoop.it

Roberto - Some artist like avicci make more money via streaming music than downloads or cd's. Artist like Felix Persson are also gettin benefit out of it. 

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Joey Glick's curator insight, August 16, 2015 4:09 PM

As artist's fight music streaming websites this article goes to suggest that maybe that isn't what they should be doing.  In Sweden the main source of income for these different music artists is through streaming.  Will streaming music take over? Will more artists start to accept that as where music will lead.

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Music labels plot ads to lift digital sales

Roberto -Music labels try to impulse digitals sells while fighting against ilegall downloads. 

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