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Posts tagged "collaboration"

John Doe on the Current State of the Music Industry: “You sort of deserve it.”

  The one-and-only John Doe was interviewed by the guys over at CNET on modern recording techniques, the price of music and file sharing. The whole thing is worth reading, but here is one of our favorite quotes: I don’t have the discipline or the organizational skills to have my own label but I take...

Chuck D: Get Yourself Out of the 90s

I finally sat down and spent some time going through the Red Bull Music Academy interview with Public Enemy's Chuck D from October of 2008, and while it is long (more than 120 minutes!), it's worth spending some time with. Besides providing insight into the early days of hip-hop and the history of P.E.,...

Whrrl 2.0: Let Your Fans Tell Your Story

Whrrl is a relatively-new application that allows people to collaborate in the telling of a story and then share that same story with friends on Facebook and Twitter. Impressed with the many possibilities this application presents for independent musicians, we reached out directly to Whrrl's music community guru himself Marcus Sacco who took some...

Indaba on The Colbert Report

  Regardless of whether or not you are a member of the ColbertNation, you should check out this interview where IndabaMusic.com founder Dan Zaccagnino speaks about this new tool for online collaboration between musicians. Has anyone used Indaba yet? What was the experience like? The Colbert ReportMon – Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c Dan Zaccagnino Colbert...