Randy Hart on Nashville Hall of Fame Songwriter Tom Douglas

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Nashville is the home to songs.  Many generations of the art and craft of songwriting have lived here for many years.  If that’s a limb I’m going out on, it’s a very sturdy one.  Without naming specific classic and timeless … Continued

We made a soundtrack for your Halloween Party!

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If you haven’t already heard our “Ultimate Halloween Party” album on iTunes, don’t fret! We started with that when making this spooky slideshow, abundant in atmosphere for your Haunted House or Halloween Party. Enjoy almost an hour of tricky tracks … Continued

SONGSTUFF by Cary Ginell Songs for Halloween

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When Christmas time comes around, everyone knows where to find appropriate music. The song trough is filled to the brim with perennial classics like “Jingle Bells,” “Silent Night,” “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” and a passel of traditional and contemporary favorites … Continued

Enter to win a $10 Starbucks gift card today!

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Halloween is around the corner, and Megatrax has you covered for spooky tunes! Check out this scary selection of tricky tracks, and submit the form via the link below to let us know which one was your favorite by October 3 to win a … Continued

30 Years of Music Industry Change, In 30 Seconds or Less…

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Have you seen this fascinating “30 Years of Music Industry Change” GIF from Digital Music News? The GIF features the shift in revenue sources in the music industry based on formats of US recordings, culled from data supplied by the Recording Industry … Continued

Music Rights: A look at the DOJ’s consent decree review

(This article originally appeared on Randi Altman’s postPerspective.com. Please click here to see more from postPerspective.) By Ron Mendelsohn The US Department of Justice is currently undergoing an extensive review of the ASCAP and BMI consent decrees. Established in 1941, … Continued

The future of new music is at risk if we continue to undervalue composers

Very interesting article from The Guardian UK on the state of compensation for composers. Please read this excerpt, then click through for the full article– and if you’re affected by the information, please share and get the word out. If … Continued

Randy Hart on Getting What You Pay For

ALERT: If you read beyond my opening paragraphs, this will apply to music.  Just stay with me for a little while. I just had my insulation replaced in my crawl space.  The company showed me beautiful pictures of how mine … Continued

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