Skoove: A New Way to Learn the Piano Trends, Making Music

Skoove: A New Way to Learn the Piano

No Comments 29 October 2015

via DJ TechTools: The piano is one of the most popular instruments and when it comes to music production all the chords and melodies are created using a piano roll. However, not everyone has the luxury of being classical trained or, at the very least, receiving piano lessons as a kid.

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Meet YouTube Red

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Meet YouTube Red

No Comments 21 October 2015

YouTube announced that on October 28, it will introduce YouTube Red, a new ad-free subscription-based service that will cost $9.99 per month and allow you to access across all devices you use to watch the videos.

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ReverbNation Pushes Further Into Artist Development With Monthly Singles Series

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ReverbNation Pushes Further Into Artist Development With Monthly Singles Series

No Comments 15 October 2015

Billboard reports: ReverbNation, the popular platform with promotional tools for nearly four million artists, is playing record label in an effort to build the careers of its standout artists.

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Rhapsody Debuts Streaming for Kids

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Rhapsody Debuts Streaming for Kids

No Comments 1 October 2015

via Billboard: Rhapsody has been streaming music for some time now - long enough, apparently, for its developers and subscribers to have made people of their own, little people who they may not want to be listening to, for example, Coil’s “The Anal Staircase.” To that end the company - which has 3 million subscribers in 30 countries, and whose own research told them over half of those listeners have children - has created a new section of its streaming app specifically designed for kids.

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Hip-Hop Listeners Embrace Streaming More Than Other Genres

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Hip-Hop Listeners Embrace Streaming More Than Other Genres

No Comments 1 October 2015

From the Music 3.0 blog: Hip-hop listeners have embraced streaming more than listeners of other genres, according to the numbers from the various streaming services. It appears that hip-hop and R&B artists have far more total monthly streams than any other type of music, including rock, which was previously thought to be the genre of choice for streamers.

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Does anyone even care about music discovery?

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Does anyone even care about music discovery?

No Comments 24 September 2015

On the DIY Musician Blog, Chris Robley writes: I have a couple friends that are obsessed with music discovery. For them it’s a 24/7 pursuit.

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Discogs to Launch Mobile App

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Discogs to Launch Mobile App

No Comments 22 September 2015

Billboard reports that Discogs, the online database and marketplace for vinyl collectors, has announced that it will launch its first mobile app. Due in the first quarter of 2016, the official iOS and Android app will carry many of the same features as the website, which allows users to catalog their collections, check out market prices and add items to wish lists.

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