Serving Canadian Artists & The Industry That Supports Them
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Vol. XLI, No. 2
By Kevin Young
Since 1979, Canadian Musician has extensively covered how the ever-shifting technological landscape has affected the creation and distribution of music. So where are we now, and where are we headed?
By Andrew King
“What ‘thinking like an entrepreneur’ means is not being afraid to get punched in the mouth … An entrepreneur doesn’t care; an entrepreneur just goes out and does.”
By Michael Raine
In the five years since our commemorative 35th anniversary issue, nothing has had a greater impact on the music business – or the artists seeking to make a living from it – than music streaming.
By Andrew King
Streaming services. Copyright reform. The value gap. Music cities. There’s certainly no shortage of hot-button topics facing the Canadian music industry leading into 2020.
The Business of Production Music
Sennheiser’s IE 40 Pro dynamic in-ear monitors, PreSonus’s Studio 24c & FaderPort USB recording tools & the Nextone Artist guitar amplifier from BOSS
Guitar – Juan Coronado
Keyboards – Allysia Van Betuw
Bass – Jason Raso
Percussion – Jayson Brinkworth
Woodwinds – Jim Brenan
Brass – Paul Baron
Digital Music – Vekked
Vocals – Scott Henderson
Writing – Michael Davidson
Recording – Dajaun Martineau
Live Sound – Travis Stoddart
Business – Ryan Granville-Martin
Cover Design by Karen Bashura