? #MusicNFT #Polygon #blockchainhttps://t.co/NAsvL713G8 Minted: 1 of 1 Artist: Mike Shupp –> Song: Another Life –> Album: This Time –> Contract Address: 0x2953…4963 –> Token ID: 286476…7201 –> #OpenSeaNFT #NFTCommunity ?— Mike Shupp (@MikeShupp) January 19, 2022
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Honored to be included on the Mint Songs Genesis Poster NFT, which dropped Tue NOV 30th 2021, for participating as an artist in the Mint Songs beta. Mint Songs is a music NFT platform focused on helping artists build web3 communities. Their new product, Posters, will (from their blog) “…enable artists to convert prints and flyers from tours, festivals, and more into NFTs that their fans can claim for free with their email address and build their digital collection.” Mint Songs uses the eco-friendly Polygon blockchain (a scaling solution for Ethereum) and offers $0 minting fees.
Collect “Right For You,” from my back catalog, today, on Mint Songs.
New landing page at music.mikeshupp.com… stream and download Mike Shupp music easily from the platform of your choice… enjoy!
The free Avid Control app for iOS, Android and Fire OS gives you incredible digital audio workstation (DAW) functionality right at your fingertips, as well as flexibility and mobility in the studio. It’s like a remote control on steroids… an advanced mobile control surface. All you need is Wi-Fi, and the free EUCON control surface protocol application running on your studio computer. Avid Control (formerly known as Pro Tools | Control) works not only with Pro Tools®, but also with Media Composer, Logic Pro X, Cubase, Nuendo, and more.
More here from Avid:
On Oct. 10th, 2016, DDEX announced the completion of the long-awaited Recording Information Notification standard (RIN), addressing the need to restore sound recording metadata (credits, liner notes, artwork) in the age of digital distribution.
Sound Credit Tracker by Soundways, is a DAW plug-in that implements the RIN standard and allows users to enter and track performer and recording credits as they happen. Using the DDEX standard, the plug-in stores the metadata in a small, .RIN XML file, to be included and passed along with the project session files.
Ten years in the making, the RIN format comprises an XML file that standardizes the metadata describing all aspects of a recording project and sound recording. RIN is designed for Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) manufacturers to enable their users to capture and store essential metadata in a standard form at the point of creation of a musical work and/or sound recording.
Maureen Droney, Managing Director at The Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing (and a key member of the RIN Working Group) stated “RIN will facilitate crediting, ensuring that performers, producers, recording engineers are properly identified and paid for their contributions.”
Originally released on the soon-to-be-discontinued Apple Music Connect platform, I’ve made “Wall Between Us (demo, ’90)” available for download for the first time on Bandcamp (the platform that powers download.mikeshupp.com on this site. Here’s the original release info:
Recently came across this demo of one of my earliest songs… recorded in 1990 with my good friends Ralph Warnock and Ema, at Ema’s Ikhaya Studios (the “version 1.0” location, in Herndon, VA). Beautifully recorded and mixed at the time by Ema on his Tascam 388 and mastered to DAT, those master tapes vanished, unfortunately, long ago; I have captured to digital here from this last remaining, well-worn cassete dub, via my Nakamichi MR-1 Pro cassette deck, into 96 kHz / 32-bit-float Pro Tools® session audio (cassette dropouts and all…)
Mike Shupp: Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Keyboards
Ema: Drum programming
Recorded and Mixed by Ema at Ikhaya Studios, Spring 1990, Herndon, VA
Words and Music by Mike Shupp (c) 1990 Workplace Music (BMI)
(c) 1990 Private Mind Records
(p) 1990 Private Mind Records and Ikhaya Studios / Anthr-O-Tone Productions
upc: 615824001654 | catalog: PMR-400016
New: download now available: Wall Between Us (demo, ’90)