Dan Daley is a Recording Academy/GRAMMY.com contributor.
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's court? Almost.
The same technological renaissance that transformed how music is recorded is now reinventing how it's performed onstage, which is where an increasing number of music artists are finding their reven
If you've noticed a jump in the amount of original music in television and movies in recent years, you're not only hearing the work of the respective artists, but also the work of the music supervi
When three-time GRAMMY-winning producer/engineer Joe Chiccarelli heads into the studio to work with artists such as Manchester Orchestra, My Morning Jacket, Counting Crows, or the Shins, he steps i
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In 1979 Tascam freed multitrack music recording from its exclusive home in the commercial recording studio with the 20-pound TEAC 144 Portastudio, a device combining a 4-track cassette recorder wit
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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.
Beyoncé and John Legend have gone blue. So have Andrea Bocelli, Led Zeppelin, Dave Matthews, Roy Orbison, the Pretenders, Rush, and even Mozart.
Guitarist Kris Karlsson steps off the stage momentarily just before his set backing up singer/songwriter Paris Carney.