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Save 15% in the Guitar Center 4th of July Savings Event

Attention musicians and audio professionals: save 15% on a qualifying non-sale item $199 or more at Guitar Center. Click here to shop qualifying products now!Read More »

The July Issue is Here, Featuring Chief Ghoul

This month Performer Magazine presents another in a long line of spectacular issues, featuring the equally spectacular Chief Ghoul on the cover. ALSO INSIDE: interviews with Goblin Rebirth, Aaron Dessner of The National, Refused and The Relevant Elephants. PLUS features on adding filters to your mix, boosting merch sales, key tips on insurance for performers […]Read More »

Sneak Peek: Converse Rubber Tracks Studio Opening in Boston

July 1st marks the grand opening of Converse Rubber Tracks studio in Boston, making it Converse’s third permanent recording studio worldwide. At the feet of their World Headquarters at Boston’s Lovejoy Wharf, the new studio will cater exclusively to musicians of all genres who are just starting out in their careers free of cost. The gorgeous, state of […]Read More »

Mackie FreePlay Personal PA Now Shipping Worldwide

Now shipping worldwide, the Mackie FreePlay Personal PA is an exciting portable, battery-powerable PA that delivers powerful, full-range sound anytime, anywhere. Featuring Bluetooth music streaming, a full-featured 4-channel digital mixer and a powerful control app for iOS and Android™ devices, FreePlay is the ultimate all-in-one stereo PA solution for a tremendous range of applications. “FreePlay […]Read More »

iRig Mic Studio from IK Multimedia Now Available

IK Multimedia, the leader in mobile music creation technology, is pleased to announce that iRig® Mic Studio is now available and shipping. It’s an ultra-portable large-diaphragm digital condenser microphone — with a 1” diameter capsule — that’s perfect for musicians, vocalists, home producers, podcasters, broadcasters, voice-over artists and anyone else who needs to capture professional […]Read More »

Neil Young Issues Statement on Donald Trump's Use of "Rockin' in the Free World"

Yesterday my song “Rockin’ in the Free World” was used in an announcement for a U.S. presidential candidate without my permission. A picture of me with this candidate was also circulated in conjunction with this announcement but it was a photograph taken during a meeting when I was trying to raise funds for Pono, my online […]Read More »

Should Indie Artists and Labels Boycott Apple Music?

There’s a new uproar in the music community about new terms set forth by Apple for their latest music streaming service, Apple Music. The 90-day free trial the computer giant is touting sounds great at first, until you realize that it means no royalties will be paid to the artists that (presumably) millions of fans […]Read More »

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