The Record Industry Continues Battle Against Free Music Downloads
The recording industry claims to have lost 25% of it’s revenues since computer, so called thieves, have been using peer-to-peer file-sharing networks to obtain free music downloads.Digital Music – Home Studio Music Recording
Home recording has come a long way in the last few decades. Many people do not realize that much of what they hear on T.V. and in commercials is electric.Music Industry Insider: Tess Taylor of NARIP and LAMN
Every industry has someone with a hand on the pulse of the business. In music, that person is Tess Taylor, Founder and President of two organizations that bring together executives, managers, artists, agents, producers, engineers, suppliers, bookers, marketing professionals, and studio personnel. Introducing the Los Angeles Music Network (LAMN) and the National Association of Record Industry Professionals (NARIP), each one of which can help you move further in the music business.Music Business Contacts: Music Business Registry connects artists, managers, publishers, producers &
With comprehensive listings of music executives, producers, publishers, attorneys and more, Ritch Esra and Stephen Trumbull of the Music Business Registry provide vital connections in a rapidly-changing business – a report by The G-Man.