Two weeks ago I had the pleasure of attending the 14th annual Future of Music Coalition’s Policy Summit, a two-day meeting of musicians, producers, label executives, lawyers, and music technology developers held at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. While I was aware of the Coalition’s work (and an avid fan of their website, which is full […]
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This month, Airshow completed the transfer of Naropa University’s complete analog tape collection: 4,148 recordings from the 6,000+-piece archive were transferred by four audio techs over 2+years, resulting in over 4,500 hours of digitized audio ready for online storage. Naropa was founded 40 years ago, during a wave of Western interest in Buddhism. Over the […]Airshow, Allen Ginsberg, analog tape, Angie Mickle, Anna Frick, archiving, audio, digitization, GRAMMY Foundation, Harry Smith, Jack Kerouac, Jon Gold, metadata, Naropa University, Paul Humphrey, restoration, Restoration Center, William S. Burroughs
Everyone wants to get paid for their music, and with most releases widely available and streaming from all corners of the web, ISRC codes are the key to making sure you get your money. The ISRC, or International Standard Recording Code, is an electronic tag that tells a story about the track to which it is […]Amazon, audio, CD Baby, cd mastering, copyright, ISRC, iTunes, Mastering, metadata, music downloads, restoration, revenue, RIAA, royalties, SoundExchange, streaming, The Orchard