Music That Streaming Favors, A New Music Format, And Gearspace.com Founder Jules Standen On My Latest Podcast

Gearspace.com founder Jules Standon on Episode 427 of Bobby Owsinski's Inner Circle Podcast

On my latest podcast episode: Gearspace founder Jules Standen tells us all about one of the most popular audio sites online, which is now celebrating its 20th year Why genres like pop, hip-hop and dance are favored over blues, jazz and metal on streaming services like Spotify The new analog physical audio distribution format designed […]

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California’s 7 Year Law, Evolving Songwriting, And Sound Designer Bob Pomann On My Latest Podcast

Sound designer Bob Pomann on Bobby Owsinski's Inner Circle Podcast

My guest on the podcast this week is Bob Pomann, who discovered his unique ability to tell a story through sound while doing sound effects for the original Saturday Night Live. He went on to create Pomann Sound, a full-service audio-post and sound design house located in midtown Manhattan on the Penthouse floor, now in its 38th […]

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The Latest Tunecore Business Model Is Much Better For Artists

New Tunecore business model is better for artists on the Music 3.0 blog

Many artists use Tunecore to distribute their music, but most have griped about the cost, which is more expensive than the competition. The platform is trying hard to change that with the introduction of its new “Unlimited Release Pricing Plans,” a big change in the Tunecore business model that’s more in-line with competitors like Distrokid. […]

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