The GRAMMYs

"I didn’t come into this trying to be #2. I always wanted to be #1 at what I’m doing." - Kendrick Lamar

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GRAMMY.com’s running a new feature: Snapshot. Let us know what you think. Or who you’d like to see featured next week.

Dating back to 1999 and the RIAA’s lawsuit against Napster, illicit downloading of music has been one of the leading music news stories of the past decade. While piracy has greatly affected recorded music sales, it has also emerged as an issue in the professional audio community. Specifically, the software that’s used every day around the world by recording artists, musicians, audio engineers, and producers who actually create music.
Software Beware | GRAMMY.com

Dating back to 1999 and the RIAA’s lawsuit against Napster, illicit downloading of music has been one of the leading music news stories of the past decade. While piracy has greatly affected recorded music sales, it has also emerged as an issue in the professional audio community. Specifically, the software that’s used every day around the world by recording artists, musicians, audio engineers, and producers who actually create music.

Software Beware | GRAMMY.com

Rewind a decade or two, and the opportunity for a fan to meet their favorite musician or artist seemed to be but a passing daydream pondered while reading an album’s liner notes.
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All Access | GRAMMY.com

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