2009 May | Enigmafon Records LLC



The future of Radio

The future of Radio I found this interesting prediction in this blog article written by Bob Lefsetz: But I will tell you this, if there’s a future for radio, it will not be the Pandora/LastFM model, it will be tracks handpicked by humans, like RadioIO. The funny thing is, that traditional radio (which is basically obsolete)...
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No new music software under the Sun

No new music software under the Sun I just had to chuckle, when, last year, createdigitalmusic.com was peddling Audiodamage’s Automaton software, as if it were some kind of new-found marvel never seen before. What made me laugh is that the idea for the interface for Automaton was a complete rip-off of Lazyfish’s Native Instruments...
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Users Buying Fewer Digital Tracks and Using P2P Less

Users Buying Fewer Digital Tracks and Using P2P Less Here is a very interesting story from Slyck.com March 31, 2009 Thomas Mennecke There was a time when P2P was all the rage, and today it still pretty much is. What’s changing in the P2P landscape is how P2P technology is being used. If we compare today’s P2P climate with that of years past, the...
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Music can keep you alive!

Music can keep you alive! From CBS News Every time 70-year-old Andy Mackie draws a breath, it’s music to his ears – whether there’s a harmonica there or not. As CBS News correspondent Steve Hartman reports, Mackie’s just glad to be alive. Mackie jokes, “I guess they don’t need a harmonica player...
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Working on new album

Working on new album Enigmafon’s artist Enigmatician is about to complete his first album to be released in the middle of 2009. We have finished the cover of the album. More details to follow soon.
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