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Friday, Jun. 20, 2014
A few days ago Evelyn came to my desk holding a three-quarter inch video cassette. “Look at this!” she said, as if she’d discovered an arrowhead in Union Square Park.
The cassette contained archival footage of something—whatever it was—we’d done music for some time in the previous...
Thursday, May. 22, 2014
In our inaugural Earwitness, I suggested that each column would have an interactive aspect in that each would come with its own soundtrack which you, the reader, would have playing in your head while reading. So cool. In that column the soundtrack was Pharrell’s...
Wednesday, May. 7, 2014
Chipotle’s “The Scarecrow,” an animated short that depicts the impact of factory-produced, processed foods as seen through the eyes of a forlorn scarecrow, was named Best in Show at the 2nd AMP Awards for Music and Sound, sponsored by the Association of Music...
Friday, Mar. 21, 2014
Christina Rust, sr. business affairs manager at 72andSunny, is seeing more instances at her agency in which original music for advertising is being licensed, a departure from the norm over the years which has had clients automatically taking ownership of original compositions. She conjectured...
Friday, Jan. 19, 2001
The Association of Music Producers (AMP), which has chapters in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, elected officers for 2001, during a meeting attended by the national board in Manhattan, on Jan. 10.
Re-elected president was Lyle Greenfield, who has held that position since the...