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Magazine articles on trends in the music industry, general music, and instruments.
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Military History
June 2005
William R. Trotter
The Music of War Ever since Joshua fit the Battle of Jericho, music has served as both a psychological weapon and a way to communicate in battle. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
May 23, 2005
Stephen H. Wildstrom
Bring Your CDs Into The iPod Age Services that computerize music spare you hours of tedious work. Here is a comparison of two services that help you with ripping CD's to computers. mark for My Articles 321 similar articles
PC Magazine
May 4, 2005
Bill Machrone
Hey, It's Your Music Some people love iTunes; others hate it. They may prefer to manage their music library with Musicmatch or Winamp. mark for My Articles 156 similar articles
May 11, 2005
Tim Gray
Yahoo Gets Into The Groove Yahoo hopes to add to its greatest hits by offering Yahoo Music Unlimited, an online music subscription service at a bargain price. mark for My Articles 1205 similar articles
April 27, 2005
Michael Singer
Real Throws Weight Into Music Competition RealNetworks hopes its new Rhapsody services will put the company alongside the likes of Napster and iTunes. mark for My Articles 237 similar articles
PC Magazine
April 6, 2005
John R. Quain
Podcasts Going Legit Syndicated audio broadcasts for digital music players are on the rise. mark for My Articles 117 similar articles
Home Theater
April 11, 2005
HE2005 Concerts Announced Medeski Martin + Wood heads up a wide-ranging list of talent included in the 2005 Home Entertainment Show in New York City. mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
April 6, 2005
Roy Mark
A Law Mandating Music File Compatibility? Congress is mulling mandatory music file compatibility. Industry groups think they can manage the issue without government intervention. mark for My Articles 737 similar articles
March 23, 2005
Roy Mark
P2P Use Losing Popularity? New Pew survey shows 53 percent of Internet users favor holding the P2P companies legally responsible for the illegal file swapping that occurs on their networks. mark for My Articles 177 similar articles
March 1, 2005
Roy Mark
P2P Companies Set Stage for Supreme Court Appearance File-sharing software makers claim Hollywood wants to control both content and distribution by overturning Sony Betamax standard. mark for My Articles 177 similar articles
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