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O’Reilly: Review: M-Audio MicroTrack 24/96 Pocket Digital Recorder

Article written by on Sunday, Dec 04, 2005 in Music Technology

Over at O’Reilly Digital Media Mark Nelson reviews the M-Audio MicroTrack 24/96 Pocket Digital Recorder.

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Roger McGuinn Interview on O’Reilly Digital Media

Article written by on Tuesday, Oct 11, 2005 in Music Technology

I missed this earlier. Roger McGuinn (of Byrds fame) was interviewed on O’Reilly Digital Media back in March.

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LA Weekly Interviews Derek Sivers

Article written by on Monday, Jun 20, 2005 in Music Technology,On The Web

The LA Weekly has a profile and interview with Derick Seivers founder and CEO of the online music store CD Baby.

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Wired News: ‘Music Is Not a Loaf of Bread’

Article written by on Tuesday, Nov 16, 2004 in Music Technology,Opinion

While the big record labels continue to say that file sharing will be the death of the music industry, the evidence is far from clear that this is so. The alt-rock band Wilco has become even more successful since they started actively encouraging sharing of their music on the internet.

“After being dropped from Reprise Records in 2001 over creative conflicts surrounding Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, the Chicago-based band committed what some thought would be suicide — they streamed it online for free. The album’s subsequent release on Nonesuch debuted higher on the charts than any of their prior releases. ”
Xeni Jarden interviews Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy on the bands attitude towards file sharing and the music industries efforts to stop it.

Wired News: ‘Music Is Not a Loaf of Bread’

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O’Reilly: Interview: Gina Fant-Saez Builds the Global Studio

Article written by on Saturday, Nov 13, 2004 in Music Technology

O’Reilly Digital Media interviews Austin music producer Gina Fant-Saez, who’s recorded Shawn Colvin, Bella Fleck and Kelly Willis as well as a who’s who of rock and popular musicians. About her plans for eSession a “Global Studio” which will allow artists working from their home studios collaborate on recordings. The interview offers a glimpse of how computers have made professional recording technology available to more people and how that may shape the music industry in the future.

O’Reilly: Interview: Gina Fant-Saez Builds the Global Studio

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