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Nearly one in ten people in the UK downloaded music last year.
Bullish Walkman dons reckon they’ve got what it takes to oust the iPod Touch.
Hugely popular music streaming site offers MP3 and playlist downloads
Another one falls. Vodafone have announced that they are switching their music catalogue from Universal Music, Sony Music and EMI away from DRM-protected music to MP3 format. This makes Vodafone the first global mobile operator to do it. Not only will these tracks but DRM-free in the future, but people who have bought DRMd tracks [...]
Remix culture has just found its latest incarnation. Kutiman, a member of a collective called bacon oppenheim, has taken music videos found on YouTube and blended the audio and used the visuals to create individual versions of tracks – essentially using YouTube as a box of samples to pick from to create some great tunes.
Naughty Brits helping themselves to fistfuls of free sounds online.
New service offers web based ‘glanceable information’ service for radio listeners
If you haven’t heard, mxiwit, the great Web service that lets people create their own online mixtape, complete with a player that looks like a real old compact cassette tape with rotating reels, is closing, describing their situation as being “between a rock and a hard place.” There’s two pieces of good news to add [...]
For a long time, one option for the music business to save themselves has been to offer an ‘all you can eat’ option for music – pay a monthly fee and listen to all of the music you fancy.