July 2004
Mix;Jul2004, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p20
Reports on various Internet-related developments from the audio and music production industry as of July 2004. IndieSource, an extension of Loudeye's music label program which licenses independent music tracks to companies building a digital music business; GarageBand's music storage and services for Trusonic's artists; Marketshare of Apple's iTunes Music Store for legal downloads for singles and albums.


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