This week sees the launch of PureSolo.com, a unique website service for the musically-minded that lets you play along to a variety of music tracks.
PureSolo.com is a website and free downloadable software (for Mac and Windows) that enables musicians to play along to any of 10,000 well-known music tracks, and also lets musicians record and share the music.
Musinaut will host free training sessions for artists interested in using its all-new multimedia format, MXP4.
Since its launch in September almost 5,000 artists have downloaded MXP4Creator, an interactive solution that lets creatives embed other content into their songs, and enables new forms of creative expression.
Just as we promised you last month, the fourth series of US firefighter drama ‘Rescue Me’ made its debut exclusively on iTunes in the UK this week.
It’s a landmark of sorts, as this is the first time a major television series has debuted exclusively through iTunes, and Sony Pictures Television and UK newspaper The Telegraph teamed-up to offer the first episode of the new series for free download through iTunes this week, which could be something for the weekend.
Hugely popular UK act, The Streets, recently made a digital play, offering their track, ‘The Escapist’, as a free download as the band prepare to release their next album.
Six years ago The Streets’ Mercury Prize-nominated debut album ‘Original Pirate Material’ established Mike Skinner’s MC cred. He followed this up with ‘A Grand Don’t Come For Free’ in 2004, selling three million copies. And 2006 saw the release of ‘The Hardest Way To Make An Easy Living’. Continue reading →