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Sell Your Music Online with TuneCore

Sell Your Music Online with TuneCore

Sell Your Album Online with TuneCore TuneCore is a low, flat fee service that distributes anyone's music or videos to iTunes, eMusic, AmazonMP3, and many other major download sites, while taking no rights and no revenue from the sale of the music. Artists are building careers, selling significant volumes of music and generating revenue while keeping their rights utilizing the new model created by TuneCore.TuneCore has distributed hundreds of thousands of songs to iTunes and other digital... -- read post

 

GAJOOB Magazine's Archive

GAJOOB Magazine's Archive

I published GAJOOB in print from 1987 to 1994 and then online from around 1990 onwards. Yes, 1990. GAJOOB first went digital as a Mac Docmaker-format zine, complete with sound samples in Unix AU format. -- read post

 
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I unbox a CD sent to GAJOOB by Don Campau called "Interim Assignment". Sorry about the audio.
 

Top 10 Must Have Instrument Plugins For Producers

Top 10 Must Have Instrument Plugins For Producers

I've been doing a lot of weeding out VSTs and arriving at a solid arsenal  and Sean Divine's video about his top 10 really helped me. He's using Logic like me, but this should be helpful whatever the DAW you're using. Top 10 Must Have Instrument Plugins For Producers -- read post

 

Focusrite Scarlett 18i8 (2nd Gen) USB Audio Interface

Focusrite Scarlett 18i8 (2nd Gen) USB Audio Interface

So I'm considering this audio interface. I hear good things about it. It has 2 headphone outs. I'm coming from sort of an old school setup; a MOTU rack firewire interface which served me very well, even recording into a very old iBook with OS 9 and Bias Deck II as the DAW. Now I'm on a MacBook Pro with Logic Pro X. I've purchased a couple entry level audio interfaces since moving to the new computer. An IK Multimedia Solo and a Behringer Onyx. I got the Onyx because I used to run a Mackie... -- read post

 

About Homemade Music

About Homemade Music

Homemade Music was started by GAJOOB Magazine's Bryan Baker (that's me) in 1999. At that time I wanted to have a niche site filled with albums by the home recording artists I was featuring in GAJOOB. It was fun for a while, but real life took a turn and I took a few years away from music to pick up the pieces. At least as many as I could. I'm still trying to do that, to be honest. Now I've picked up this piece and I'm spending more time here. To me, Homemade Music is just something I love... -- read post

 
Category: Music
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Opening an envelope dated 2004 from Joel Krutt -- it's his CDr What Next? See the listing at http://gajoobmagazine.com/joel-krutt/blog/55/joel-krutt-what-next
 
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GAJOOBTube #1 - A brief introduction to the vlog and a quick tour of the GAJOOB Magazine archives of cassette and CDr albums from 1980's to present.

Featured album is Asshole by Mental Anguish, released on Ecto Tapes in 1989. We're playing the track "Oh, Yeah" and visit gajoob.net and gajoobmagazine.com where we've got the album available to stream and cover art on display.

Visit http://gajoobmagazine.com for full information.

Reviewed by permission.

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GAJOOB
PO Box 25777
Salt Lake City, UT 84125
USA
 
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GAJOOBTube 8 July 2016
A package opening and preview of a new CD by Mental Anguish called Frozen Lake from HalTapes.

See the full review and interview with the artist here:
http://gajoobmagazine.com/mental-anguish/blog/56/mental-anguish-frozen-lake

CD or download available on Bandcamp:
https://halmcgee.bandcamp.com/album/frozen-lake

Artists/Labels send your releases to:

GAJOOB Magazine
PO 25777
Salt Lake City, UT 84125

Music excerpt for review by permission.
 

How the 1990s Changed Recording and Music Production Forever

How the 1990s Changed Recording and Music Production Forever

The 1980s saw recording technology becoming more compact and cheaper to mass produce, kicking off a home recording revolution with cassette tape that would continue into the 1990s. Tascam’s popular cassette-based Portastudio became increasing popular in the 1990s. While the Portastudio is now a digital recorder, its 1990s tape incarnation would spawn imitations from countless competitors. The low-quality recordings helped these machines enjoy recognition by way of a "lo-fi" aesthetic... -- read post

 
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