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Massive Attack Launch Major Study of Music Industry Carbon Emissions

Massive Attack Launch Major Study of Music Industry Carbon Emissions | Audio News Collection | Scoop.it
To combat the live industry’s contribution to the climate crisis

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My opinion my opinion on this is that this could be good. This will give people in the music industry time to focus on there music and to reflect on how they are goin to bounce back and come out with a album that is going to skyrocket.
Michele R Duncan's curator insight, February 21, 12:07 PM
In my opinion, this article relates to a big problem with industry carbon emissions. It show how bad carbon emissions exist in the music world and how they are trying to fix this problem. It was written by Jazz Monroe, an associate staff writer for Pitchfork on November 28, 2019. There are no dead links or updates with this article.
Kayla Conner's curator insight, May 22, 7:05 PM
I think this article is basically say that the study of music industry is very important . In every way it interesting how combat and climate crisis are very important. This article is very reliable to what’s going today. 
Amaj Jackson's curator insight, May 24, 9:14 PM
The pandemic has caused a ruckus for record labels and the whole industry, but it has given artists the time to focus on their contracts.
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Killer Tracks rebrands as Universal Production Music

Killer Tracks rebrands as Universal Production Music | Audio News Collection | Scoop.it
Production music company Killer Tracks has officially rebranded as Universal Production Music. The updated name brings the company inline with parent

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My opinion on this is that we should always keep in touch with the news in music. With this happening it could mean that now this will be better than before.
Nijah Slaughter's curator insight, September 22, 2019 9:58 PM
Killer tracks is rebranding taking on the UMG name. This is an awesome move for them since UMG is in of the top production companies in the world.
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The Best Budget Studio Headphones for 2017 | ProducerSpot

The Best Budget Studio Headphones for 2017 | ProducerSpot | Audio News Collection | Scoop.it
The purpose of studio headphones is to make the frequency response as flat as possible, allowing the sound engineer to hear the ranges in much more detail. This also means that they have a lot more control over them. This is what makes them different from DJ headphones and regular ones. Of course, these can …

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Jonathan Lees insight:
I agree with this. My opinion is that if you want to here your creations you have to have the right headphones or speakers. So it’s best to try out or look up to see what the best are out there.
Tyler Sharief's comment, September 23, 2017 12:30 PM
This article can definitely help out producer, especially when they're trying to set up their own home studio. With headphones, it helps to monitor your recordings and mixes in your studio. Also, it helps the engineer to hear more frequency range due to the response being flatten. In my opinion, I feel that the best headphones are the Shure SRH440. Producerspot.com is very reliable because of its good amount of following and it's up to date. However, it is definitely not a major informational resource for audio professionals because they don't have enough followers.
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Massive Attack Launch Major Study of Music Industry Carbon Emissions

Massive Attack Launch Major Study of Music Industry Carbon Emissions | Audio News Collection | Scoop.it
To combat the live industry’s contribution to the climate crisis

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Jonathan Lees insight:
My opinion my opinion on this is that this could be good. This will give people in the music industry time to focus on there music and to reflect on how they are goin to bounce back and come out with a album that is going to skyrocket.
Michele R Duncan's curator insight, February 21, 12:07 PM
In my opinion, this article relates to a big problem with industry carbon emissions. It show how bad carbon emissions exist in the music world and how they are trying to fix this problem. It was written by Jazz Monroe, an associate staff writer for Pitchfork on November 28, 2019. There are no dead links or updates with this article.
Kayla Conner's curator insight, May 22, 7:05 PM
I think this article is basically say that the study of music industry is very important . In every way it interesting how combat and climate crisis are very important. This article is very reliable to what’s going today. 
Amaj Jackson's curator insight, May 24, 9:14 PM
The pandemic has caused a ruckus for record labels and the whole industry, but it has given artists the time to focus on their contracts.
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How to Set Up a Studio at Home | ProducerSpot

How to Set Up a Studio at Home | ProducerSpot | Audio News Collection | Scoop.it
Thinking that setting up a home studio for music is a huge project? You might be thinking that building home studio will require huge capital, abundant time, research, planning, and preparation. You are not alone to think the same way, but most of the people are thinking the same as you. However, the truth is …

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My opinion on this is that it’s always best to have your equipment in the right area because you don’t want to have to be reaching over everything just to be able to reach something. So having a understanding where everything should go will be a pulse.
Camille's curator insight, June 23, 2019 10:18 PM
This is a really great read and I learned a couple of new things. The author is credited at the bottom and used plenty of links to support ideas. I have a home studio and went by similar guidelines from someone offline in person. This article is very professionally approached in an entrepreneurial way.
Simien Hill's curator insight, October 20, 2019 9:02 PM
What is the best way to set up your home studio? well this is a great article to help you make the best out of your music area. In today's music producing culture, its more common for producers to leave the big studio building and use a more personal set up at home to spend the longer hours mixing and creating sounds. but you still have to make sure your set up best fits the four walls that you put it into! great article.
Josh Cockey's curator insight, February 22, 11:53 AM
In my opinion, the content of the article is very informational and I think a great beginner guide to getting your home studio set up. I believe the credibility of this article is fair because it's from a well-known music producer's website and they definitely know what they're talking about due to what they have on their site and how they speak about certain topics. This source is definitely a major informational resource for the audio industry professionals.
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How To Maximize Your Vocal Workout Regime | ProducerSpot

How To Maximize Your Vocal Workout Regime | ProducerSpot | Audio News Collection | Scoop.it
So, you are taking vocal lessons trying to improve your vocals and singing voice. You are doing your regular vocal drills, day in and day out.

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My opinion is that  in order to make the best song you have to practice constantly. Music lessons is the best way. It don’t matter if you have the best voice taking music lessons will enhance it so you can hit more notes then just letting your voice stay at one range.
Whitney's curator insight, February 18, 2018 5:27 PM

     In my opinion, warming up the voice is important and helpful for at least 20 minutes to perform a complete warming up.  Make sure you are well hydrated and and pay attention to your posture while doing these exercises. 

     The source I got my information from is www.nyee.edu.  This source is the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai (NYEE).  This source is a major informational resource for audio industry professionals. 

 

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Mixing and Mastering explained by Michael Cushion Jr, CEO & Head engi…

Mixing is the process of putting more than one layers of audio collectively to make one final track, or to modify an existing record musically.Why Mastering I…...
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This is a good topic. To me this is helpful cause we can use his knowledge and apply it to ours and be able to make a big name for ourselves.
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