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tim-dickinson

Tim is the Editor of AudioMelody, but also a musician, music journalist, and entrepreneur living in London and working in future media

  • How To Get Music Bloggers To Listen

    Get your music heard by bloggers

    Over the past decade music blogs have grown up from being a place where only a handful of geeky music nerds talked about their favourites records into a wealth of different blogs catering to every conceivable sub-genre you can think of. Music blogging has been a revolution in the music industry as whereas once bands […]

  • Propellerheads To Offer iPad Figure Music Studio For $1

    Propellerheads Reason

    Propellerheads, the Swedish music software company that is behind Reason, ReCycle, and ReBirth, are launching an iOS app named Figure for just $1 which is designed to make music production on the go a real possibility. Musicians will now be able to be sitting at the back of a bus or on a train and […]

  • Clock Opera To Make Song Exclusively From Samples From Fans

    Clock Operation

    Clock Opera, the London-based band making waves with their “chop pop” style of music production and with a debut album Ways To Forget coming on April 23rd on Moshi Moshi are taking user generated content to a new level with Clock Operation. Fans and producers are welcomed to submit any sample they like to the […]

  • How To Set Up A Drum Kit

    Yamaha Custom Club Drum Kit

    Drum kits are, like many things, down to personal taste with their fittings and exactly where and how you place each piece. However, there are some standards which are worth knowing, and then you customise your kit from there. Building from a Shell Pack Most kits bought today are sent by mail, and are therefore […]

  • Music And Media Subscription Model

    DRM has rightly had a bad year as consumers have been faced with iTunes songs not working on any other mp3 player, and even interoperability issues between Napster and Yahoo Music’s Microsoft developed PlayForSure DRM and Microsoft’s own Zune player. Annoying to say the least. Even iTunes sales have collapsed in contrast to emusic’s DRM […]