The Audio Network Blog

The Globalisation of Music Services

By: Robert Hurst
Date: 30 Apr 2014


A quick Q&A with Audio Network CEO and co-founder, Robert Hurst . Q: Why are you standing for election to the Boards of The Performing Right Society (PRS) and the Music Publishers Association (MPA)? A: I’m standing for election to both Boards because I care passionately about preserving the future of cost-effective collective licensing of performance rights to both on-line and off-line broadcasters and protecting composers’ interests at this critical time of technological change....

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From Germany to Nashville: Thomm Jutz's Musical Journey

By: Thomm Jutz
Date: 17 Apr 2014


Growing up in a very musical household where all my siblings played an instrument, I started playing the piano and the flute at age 6. I was 12 when I discovered the guitar – that determined my path in life. I was soon playing in various rock and blues bands, but my true passion was always for country , bluegrass and folk music. Later on, I studied classical guitar at the University of Stuttgart while playing endless gigs in Germany and the surrounding area. Moving to Nashville My wife and...

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Brand New Music for April

By: Lucy McGougan
Date: 10 Apr 2014


Another month has flown by and it’s time to welcome 18 brand new, fantastic albums to the catalogue. Here are just a few of our favourites: Chamber Music Recorded at Air Studios with the English Session Orchestra , Chamber Music is from David Tobin , Jeff Meegan and Julian Gallant . This album is comprised of beautiful and elegant orchestral music with a Baroque flavour. Cinematic Enigma Our next album Cinematic Enigma is from composer Christopher Slaski . Whimsical, dreamy and quirky...

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The Sounds of Brasil

By: Neil Williams & Marcos Santana
Date: 08 Apr 2014


The music we have just recorded has the most authentic rhythms of Brasil, from the North to the South. These are: BARRAVENTO - a rhythm used in the Maculélé, a martial art/dance similar to Capoeira. BATUCADA - the kind of rhythm of the “samba schools” known from de Rio Carnival, but also used all across Brasil. SAMBA REGGAE - formerly from Baía, and more popularly known in Brasil as Axe Music. PARTIDO ALTO - a variation from the traditional samba that is usually...

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