Letters to Mix

December 2003
Mix;Dec2003, Vol. 27 Issue 13, p14
Presents letters to the editor about music industry. Problems regarding online downloads and people getting music for free; Software for video; First recordings of soundtracks; Date that cylinder recording was invented.


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