Stream Ripping - A Rising Threat for Music Companies Trends

Stream Ripping - A Rising Threat for Music Companies

No Comments 21 March 2017

Stream Ripping: A Rising Threat for Music Companies

  People have been bootlegging movies and music for almost half a century at this   point.
 
  Simply put, piracy is nothing new and the music industry has been fighting it   for quite a while.

Author: Adam Ferraresi

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Measuring Sound: How Data And Streaming Is Impacting The Music Industry

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Measuring Sound: How Data And Streaming Is Impacting The Music Industry

No Comments 17 February 2017

Streaming services continue to disrupt our musical landscape. The streams of data they generate, however, will have the biggest impact on the music industry.

Streaming services have taken a well-aimed kick at the music establishment, with the likes of Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music and Pandora all making it possible for artists today to have a hit without radio airplay, media coverage or, indeed, the public having even heard of them.

By John Reynolds

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Meet Skram, the free iPad app full of patterns and synths

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Meet Skram, the free iPad app full of patterns and synths

No Comments 26 July 2016

via Create Digital Music: We’ve reached the mature age of music apps. You’re likely to use fewer of them, and the landscape is saturated with the most popular ideas. It’s also clear that iPad, not Android, is the viable tablet platform. But the few apps that are left standing as serious music tools are better than ever.

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Vinylize.it Lets Fans Create their Dream Records, Then Helps Musicians Press The Vinyl

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Vinylize.it Lets Fans Create their Dream Records, Then Helps Musicians Press The Vinyl

No Comments 14 July 2016

You’ve just found your new favorite artist on SoundCloud. But they don’t have the tracks you love on vinyl. That’s where Vinylize.it comes in.

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Audio streaming surpasses music videos

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Audio streaming surpasses music videos

No Comments 6 July 2016

via TechCrunch: Audio didn’t quite kill the video star, but it’s making a comeback. Americans are now on-demand streaming more songs as audio than they’re consuming through music videos. The shift highlights the importance of music in the battle for mobile profits, plus it could help artists get paid more.

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Listeners Know Hi-Res Music

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Listeners Know Hi-Res Music

No Comments 29 June 2016

via Billboard: A new study finds that casual listeners can tell a difference between standard and hi-res audio, with trained test subjects accurately ID’ing the formats around 60 percent of the time. (But do they care?)

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Apple Music’s familiar redesign

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Apple Music’s familiar redesign

No Comments 13 June 2016

On June 13, Apple showed off a brand-new version of Apple music, which the company said was built “from the ground up” with simplicity in mind. TechCrunch reports.

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