DJ Kicks Series Je profite de la sortie de DJ Kicks - Booka Shade pour partager LA serie complette DJ Kicks du label !K7.Vue le nombre cela prendra quelques jours.Edit 09/12/07:Update : C.J. Bolland, DJ Cam, Chicken Lips, The Glimmers, Annie, Henrik Schwarz.Edit 10/12/07:Update: Nicolette, Rockers Hi-Fi, Smith & Mighty, Kemistry & Storm, Thievery Corporation, Stereo MC's, Vikter Duplaix, Playgroup, Daddy G. C.J. Bolland (1995)Password : insane Market With SlideShare, discover and view presentations on topics ranging from technology and business to design and entertainment. Share your favorite presentations, or save professional content to read offline or later. SlideShare is the world’s largest community for sharing presentations and professional business content. Use the app to: Business Matters: Do Teens Really Like Subscriptions Better Than Paid Downloads? Do Teens Really Like Subscriptions More than Paid Downloads? When perusing the results of a Piper Jaffray survey of U.S. high school students, keep in mind there's a big difference between considering to buying a product and actually parting with your money. A couple rows of data catch the eyes and confuse the mind. The first shows the percentage of teens who say they would consider paying $0.99 per track to purchase music. While 22% might seem horribly low, it's actually almost the same as the fall of 2007 (it was 21% back then and has fluctuated between 11% and 27% since).
The Wizard (Jeff Mills) - 1986 & 1987 WJLB live shows These are original dj sets from Jeff Mills aka The Wizard on WJLB radio in Chicago from 1986-87. These are more of the tapes I got from Chris Low. This is mostly hip hop although now and then some early house slips in. The crazy thing is that Jeff Mills really adds a lot to the mix as many of the tracks are scratched and mixed into completely new tracks and often sped up significantly. All around a very enjoyable listen to see a real dj artist at work.
3 Online Camera Simulators It’s like a chicken and egg quandary. What do I do? Should I buy an expensive Digital SLR (single-lens reflex) camera first and hit the ground running, or do I learn the basics of photography before I plonk down the serious cash. Photography is an expensive hobby in some parts of the world, including mine because a good DSLR camera does not come cheap. It’s quite a steep jump in terms of cost and skills from ordinary point-and-shot cameras. Learning the basics of photography makes sense, because it helps not only in photography but also in understanding the type of camera one eventually buys.
Recommends: this month's free music Recommends: this month's free music We present volume six in our free compilation - get downloading! The End has launched a new free music series which you can download from endclub.com every month. ActionComplete adds new web app and 2-way sync for super GTD system Android Apps April 27, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka ActionComplete is a productivity tool for Android inspired by David Allen’s GTD method. With the addition of a new web app that can sync with an updated Android client, ActionComplete has cemented itself as one of the premiere GTD apps for Android users. AC for Web is an online manager of your projects, tasks, and to-do lists. It includes must-have features like tags, deadlines, weight of importance, and adding notes to provide context.
Spotify Payouts – The Strangeness Continues This post is by Faza at The Cynical Musician . When I originally wrote about the Spotify payouts for my music, I noted the large divergence between the minimum and maximum amounts paid per play. From what I’ve read elsewhere, nobody really has a clue as to how the rate per-stream is calculated (other than Spotify, of course). I was mystified as to the spread of the numbers at the time of writing the previous post and, if anything, I’m even more confused now that I have the benefit of a much greater sample of accounting statements. One thing that hasn’t changed over the past months is the average rate per-stream, which tends to hover around 0.16 cents. However, this is an arithmetic mean that really tells us nothing of the kind of money we can expect from having a play on Spotify.
Bleep.com & Warp Records On Hunt For Indian Producers Share on twitter Bleep: Filtered is a brand new Unsigned Competition and Compilation offering winners a unique chance to have their tracks A&Red, mastered, released, promoted, marketed and sold to the public. Taste-making online music store Bleep.com are partnering with their sister company Warp Records as well as SoundCloud and Transition Studios to throw a spotlight on the un-tapped electronic musical and production talents from around the World. Wild City have been specifically asked to get submissions from the Indian masses. Remember this is Warp & Bleep so they're not looking for the next dubstep, house or psy producer.
Using YouTube: From Consumption To Production Want to get the most out of YouTube? This Youtube guide is for you. This guide goes over everything you need to know about YouTube, whether you’re an enthusiast or a budding director. Play Chords with One Finger Using Logic Pro’s Chord Memorizer - Really bad at playing keyboards? Lost that creative spark? Here’s a tutorial showing you how to create some cool ideas using a little known object in Logic called the Chord Memorizer. Wake On LAN remotely via your broadband connection - with a LinkSys WRT54G The problem I am moving my server and main development system out of a home office into rented office space. As I'm only going to be in the office two of three days a week, and being a hippy environmental type, I wanted to ensure my file server was not always switched on. Anything to reduce my carbon footprint a fraction.
Report: Cloud Music Services to Hit 161M Subscribers by 2016 London - Cloud-based music streaming services, such as those offered by Rhapsody and Spotify, "will become a more important form of access to music than owning albums or songs by 2016, according to a report from market researcher ABI Research. Driven by the growing use of smartphones, ABI projects the number of subscribers to cloud-based music services will grow at an annual rate of nearly 95%, and exceed 161 million in 2016. The number of subscribers to cloud music services is expected to top 5.9 million by the end of this year. Sometime next year, ABI analyst Aapo Markkanen predicts, "the Asia-Pacific area will become the largest regional market for mobile music streaming." Prices for cloud music services are expected to gradually decline as they reach mass markets. "Forecasts of declining prices are based on the assumption that the rights-holders will lower their royalty demands," said ABI’s Neil Strother.
RA Poll: Top 50 tracks of 2010 One thing you probably didn't see coming in 2010: the glorious return of the anthem. Unlike last year, when ultra-subtle tracks like STL's "Silent State" made the top 5, 2010's top 50 is packed with unapologetically catchy bangers, most of which probably got as much play in Ibiza as they did in Berlin. It's as if club music finally became so niched that the crowds once again yearned for collective experiences. Indeed, if Motor City Drum Ensemble's epic remix of NUfrequency hadn't been officially released in 2009, it might've topped our chart this year. (It'll have to make to do with setting a record for most consecutive months at #1 on RA's DJ charts.) But the RA staff isn't composed solely (or even largely) of DJs.