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The Digital Music News Podcast

Dec 5, 2018

And if it's not one of these three startups, it will likely be one of their competitors. In this episode, we dive deeply into the future of live music with three entrepreneurs attacking decentralized music gigs (SofaConcerts), live performance content recognization (Flits Music), and music concert VR (Noys VR)....

Nov 25, 2018

The number of streaming music subscribers is soaring: according to one report from Futuresource, more than 235 million will be paying for a streaming music service by the end of 2018.  But most of those gains are happening in North America and Western Europe, while regions like Latin America, Africa, and the Middle East...

Nov 13, 2018

It's an argument with no right answers. Comparing Gloria Gaynor's 1978 smash "I Will Survive" against The Bee Gees "Stayin' Alive" from 1977 is like asking a parent to pick a favorite child.  And these are the indeed amongst the greatest progeny of Papa Disco.  

Nov 1, 2018

If you haven't heard of quadraphonic sound, join the club. The early-stage surround sound technology quietly died in the late 1970s, and was ultimately supplanted by innumerable other spatial audio technologies.

In its heyday, it was used by the likes of Pink Floyd and The Who.

Quadraphonic sound was all about 4-speaker...

Oct 17, 2018

If you want an even deeper dive, Jeff Price of Audiam (who's being interviewed) compiled a highly detailed review of the Music Modernization Act on Digital Music News.  It basically explains everything.

After you hear this podcast + read this guide, you'll hopefully have a far deeper understanding of this bill (and know...