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Audius is a streaming start up with an ambitious goal: to suck less than SoundCloud.
"Promote on SoundCloud" sticks your music into the top of SoundCloud users' feeds for a price.
French-based streamer Qobuz entered the US market earlier this year and has cut their highest end, high resolution audio tier.
You don't own that file, you license it, and with streaming it can easily be taken away. Microsoft naturally shows us a dystopian vision of the future of licensed culture.
Record labels have long wanted it, and Spotify is said to be planning a new test of higher monthly subscription rates in Scandinavia.
Mixcloud introduces more changes - this time for the worst.
Why is a music company so eager to make musicians poor? Spotify is taking songwriters to court and claws back millions in "overpaid" royalties.
Native Instruments' free, entry-level DJ software gets a facelift and showcases live streaming from SoundCloud directly into DJ sets built into the app.
Pirate radio is thriving on YouTube where people seek the community and intimacy long gone from personalized streaming and crappy terrestrial radio.
Did you hear Napster is back? It's just another of the dozens of big dumb companies that want to sell you cheap streaming.
Praise the DJ, because vinyl is the only thing propping up music sales right now. Sales of vinyl surge while mp3s continue their decline...
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