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Pro Tools Expert Founder Russ Hughes On Episode #124 Of My Inner Circle Podcast

Russ Hughes

I’m very pleased to have Pro Tools Expert founder Russ Hughes as the guest on the latest edition of my Inner Circle Podcast. Russ had a successful career in multiple aspects of the music business, but started a small blog dedicated to helping Pro Tools users. The blog has grown into a group of sites […]

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Music Industry News Roundup For The Week Of 8/25/16

Music Industry News Roundup

Here’s the music industry news roundup from the week of August 25th, 2016. It’s a little more diverse this week, but there are a few blockbuster topics (Spotify never fails to excite). Let’s get into it. Spotify’s label deals are now out of contract. The company is going month to month, and trying to negotiate a lower […]

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Mastering Engineer Colin Leonard On Episode #123 Of My Inner Circle Podcast

Inner Circle Podcast

Colin Leonard is one of the hottest mastering engineers going, and he’s so busy that he can’t get to all the work he’s offered. So he’s created a new online automated mastering process called Aria that uses his analog signal path to the do the job. That’s right, it’s online automated analog mastering! On podcast […]

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New Twitter Features May Make Promotion More Difficult

New Twitter Features

Many artists and bands have found Twitter a great place to promote themselves and their music, but that just got a lot more difficult with the implementation of some new features. New Twitter features include Notifications settings and especially a Quality Filter, which will mean that an artist’s strategy for using Twitter will have to […]

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Maybe YouTube Isn’t That Big For Music After All

YouTube Facts

The music industry has always operated under the premise that music content made up about 40% of YouTube’s traffic, a figure that has bothered everyone considering how little revenue it’s generated as a result. No comes data from Pexeso showing that figure may be way off. The company found that music-related content on YouTube amount to just 4.3% of […]

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Music Industry News Roundup #8

Music Industry News Roundup

Here’s the music industry news roundup from the last week. As always, streaming and streaming services are in the news, but so are a number of huge artists, as well as some cool speculation on the future. Let’s get into it. Apple Music is seriously getting into song lyrics. Reports are that it’s hired a new team […]

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Game Audio Specialist Alex Benyon On Episode #122 Of My Latest Inner Circle Podcast

Alex Benyon

Video games have huge budgets these days and much of that is dedicated to audio. This week on Episode #122 of my Inner Circle Podcast we’ll talk to Alex Benyon, who’s worked in a variety of audio jobs on huge game titles like Guitar Hero Live, DJ Hero and Call of Duty. In the intro […]

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Music Industry News Roundup #7

Music Industry News Roundup

Here’s the music industry news roundup from the last week. There’s good news and bad news, and some things to keep an eye out for to see how they play out in the future. Let’s get into it. Sony Music buys Ministry of Sound. MoS is known for their compilations, which don’t play well in the streaming world […]

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