Category: Nuwri456 – Just throwing it out there!

Jul 08

Life without Music ?| Ah He_ _ Naw!

Life without Music ?| Ah He_ _ Naw! by: Nuwri Ghostleaf Update: 9/25/2014 A world without music is a world without a Soul. Life without Music?| Ah He_ _ Naw! can you really imagine in today’s times of Ipods, Ipads, Ringtones, Cellphones,Laptops,Dre headphones,$5k sound systems Boomin no sound at all? I mean really think about that for a minute (pause)——–ok, I know silence is good for all of us at one time or another, just to clear our heads and think, maybe to study, baby ‘s sleeping, headache, mom or dad needs the peace after a long day at work, or some just me time in silence ahhhh, but wait a minute, what about life without Rap, Jazz, Rock, Punk,House, …

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Feb 19

Artist | Managers | Agents – What’s your Role?

Guest article: Nuwri456 says, feel this article and what it’s saying to you Indie Artist and those who already have managers or agents. Artist Managers Must Understand Their Role Is Now Business Development By George Howard Like everything else in the music business, the role of the artist manager is changing. In the good old days (you know, a year or so ago), artist managers largely concerned themselves with helping the artists with whom they worked get record deals, and then – post deal – acting as a liaison between the label and the band. This is, of course, a radical oversimplification, and certainly neither getting an artist a deal or working with a label is an easy job. However, …

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Feb 19

Death of the Music Industry – Say What?!

Guest articles: Nuri456 says Wow! The  Music Industry Dying? Is the new Industry for Grown-ups? The Real Death of The Music Industry Sat, 02/19/2011 – 11:55 *Gulp* Some sobering analysis of the music industry by Michael DaGusta. Important to note that this is analysis of past data and there are labels out there who are actively seeking new revenue opportunities. The key finding is that people are now buying singles rather than albums where albums were traditionally responsible for the majority of profits. While the era of the digital single download is coming along nicely it is not making up for the loss in profits from albums. As a result the music industry is down 64% from its peak. Delicious …

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Feb 10

OMG! Piracy in the Music Industry, Good or Bad?

This guest article written by a student speaks volumes to this Issue and concern: OMG! Piracy in the Music Industry, Good or Bad? Piracy actually doing something good for music industry Sarah Creedican Have you pirated music recently? If you are like most Americans, the answer is yes. Piracy is responsible for the majority of U.S. music files online, according to Mark Mulligan, an analyst for Forrester Research. This is understandable, considering several things. First, the popularity of music file sharing sites outweighs the draw of paying for music via iTunes. Granted, every file sharing site is a potential computer-virus carrier, but many people risk logging on sites like Frostwire to save a few bucks. Second, Digital Rights Management (DRM) …

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