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Timo Garcia says:
3 November, 2011 at 2:30 pm
too right… one of the things i really miss about buying music.. all those train journeys home from the record shops reading every bit of small print on the back of the records
Timo Garcia DJ | Producer | Engineer
Earle Holder says:
23 October, 2011 at 1:50 pm
I am certainly excited about this project. It’s about time this subject is brought to light. Definitely count me in.
Chief Mastering Engineer
Hdqtrz Mastering Studios
Psymon Fallowfield-Cooper says:
25 February, 2011 at 9:23 am
As a songwriter and performer, unsigned, I have to say that I’m ALL for this campaign. The music industry has certainly taken a turn for the worst when all credits are dismissed in a miserly method of not allowing wider bandwidth downloads.
dave viney says:
21 February, 2011 at 1:15 pm
it’s great to see the goverment funding research and institutions like cranfield getting the opportunity to apply some academic rigour to this business issue which will need a multidisciplinary approach to resolve – ‘we have the technology’ but it will probably take legislation to establish standards that have impact on social behaviour
Phil Nobles says:
14 October, 2010 at 3:15 pm
The UK Technology Strategy Board recently announced a competition for collaborative research funding “Metadata: increasing the value of digital content”, which aims to solve some of the problems highlighted in the Credit where Credit is Due debate. http://bit.ly/9KiZoZ
This is the opportunity to engage in some applied research that will have a direct impact upon the future of production credit metadata.
If you are part of the production industry and interested in putting together a proposal with me then please get in touch. Together we might just save the ‘Who wrote what?” that inspires the next generation of record producers!
Dr Phil Nobles