Artist with 22,000 on mailing list & 10,000 in linkedin - work in across art disciplines.
Music at core both live & have had music placed on oscar winning film. Also work in fine art & interactive public art installations & have a major commission in venice for next year with orchestra.Also in studio with member of faithless
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Musiconlinealive is a recently launched music platform that gives artist and labels the tools they need to create highly dynamic and integrated content rich online albums with multiple media formats and revenue streams: multiple types of audio, video, sheet music, and now hd quality live streaming, along with integrated coupon codes. From a technology standpoint, it is the most advanced platform of it's kind.
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Redigi, the online service, which allows you to put your legally obtained digital music files in its cloud, sell it for credits and buy new music, had some legal troubles with capitol records. Even though redigi claims that it moves digital files around, rather than making copies and tries to clarify legal issues in its website, do you think the company fails to protect the interests of copyright owners?
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