This is exactly where I think the future of making money in the music industry is going. I've been thinking for some time now how new artists are going to make money doing music. With CD sales dwindling, there has to be better way. A way that harnesses the power and speed of the internet. I think this model by Prince is certainly heading in the right direction. I wonder if he'll ask me to take it down?
After a year of diligently working to scrub the Internet of all unauthorized related music, photos, video and any other content not offered directly by him, Prince has launched a fan subscription service called Lotusflow3r.com (http://www.lotusflow3r.com/).
The Studio Projects C1 Microphone is a GREAT mic for the money! I wasn’t sure about ordering one of these C1’s until after I tried out their Studio Projects B1 mic which was a very nice mic. The comparisons of the C1 to the Neumann 87 are somewhat accurate, who is really going to ever say […]
#1 If you are an Oud player just starting out and have purchased a really nice Oud, remember to always keep your finger nails manicured /trimmed so they do not damage the fingerboard of the Oud. If your finger nails are long they will actually slice into the wood (ebony, etc) and create small grooves […]
If you haven’t heard of Kutiman yet you’re about a week late on the latest music sensation to be incubated on the Web. Ophir Kutiel, aka Kutiman, is an Israeli musician and producer that released a project titled Thru You on the Web seven days ago. It has since garnered over a million views and generated a buzz both on the blogosphere and on Twitter.
This is a very cool video from Mix magazine showing an engineer cutting an actual disk. The studio is Infrasonic Sound which offers this quick tutorial on the analog disk cutting process. Check it out here.