TuneCore, Amazon Music UK Provide Free Studio Time for Self-releasing Artists; AC/DC’s ‘Back in Black’ Tops 1B Views on YouTube
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The partnership will provide 12 TuneCore artists with the chance to write and record at Metropolis in London, at no cost to the artists. One of the selected artists will each receive two full days in Studio X, one of Metropolis Studios’ newest production rooms, which is fully stocked with top-of-the-line audio equipment, an array of plug-ins and virtual instruments, and is split into a control room and overdub booth.
The official video for “Back in Black,” first uploaded to YouTube in November 2012, marks AC/DC’s second song to hit the milestone, after “Thunderstruck” (1.39 billion views and counting) rocked past one billion views in 2021.
The rapid development of AI resulted in a range of AI-powered tools dispersed across separate platforms.
Viva la vinyl. It’s fair to say the ‘vinyl revolution’ has gone from strength to strength and continues to shake up the music business. The last 12 months have shown this, as sales continue to grow with no signs of slowing down.
From White Light Film Productions, the documentary brings Pet Shop Boys’ ongoing global tour to fans far and wide, offering a comprehensive rendering of the duo’s performance at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen.
A government-backed ‘voluntary code of practice on transparency in music streaming’ has been launched in the UK.
The annual report by the U.S. Trade Representative notes many e-commerce and social platforms did implement "new anti-counterfeiting tools" last year.
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