Discover How History Of Music Will Make Your Music More Luminous


When I began studying the history of music, I did not know specifically what I was entering. I'd a notion that music history was somewhat of a trivial pursuit...

Honestly, I only followed my history of symphonic music course because I needed the credits. I know a few of you out there can relate to that. I did unknown how fully fascinating music history might be. The thing is, in our culture, many of us do not study to comprehend music. For much of the world, music is a language, but for us, it is a thing that we took in passively.…

Music Piracy And The New Artist


Today click-and-download innovation provides a higher danger to the music recording market than all other previous music-delivery innovations combined.

Music piracy exists in 3 different planes:

Illegally mass-manufactured pirate music CDs Unlawful copies of legitimately purchased music CDs Unlawfully downloaded digital copies of documented music

A recent research study on the financial effect regarding music piracy (Institute for Policy Innovation, August 2007) offers a grim picture. The outcome of music piracy to the U.S. economy is approximated at U.S. $12.5 billion each year.

Naturally, these figures are based upon the presumption that sales of documented music on CD would have held consistent, or increased, from year to year.…

Welcome to DJ Opa’s Portal


The beginnings of the actual inventor of the nightclub was the Austrian businessman Franz Karl Schwendinger who transformed its exclusive Aachener Diner "Scotch Club" in the first discotheque in the world in the year 1959th The record as "dead" music should be brought to life by a DJ. Was modeled on the radio, where for some time laying on moderating DJs. However, the commitment for the opening DJ proved flop because he could not get in contact with the audience. In order not to embarrass himself in front of the press, was the then 19-year-old Klaus Quirini who was at the time reported for the Aachener NRZ as a journalist on the opening, asked if he would not even try an announcement.…