Knowledge Bank

news category created 12 January 2014 written by Dan Cox

An earlier conversation, started by Tim Garcia

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.

Earle Holder
Chief Mastering Engineer
Hdqtrz Mastering Studios
678 570-0039
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.
Psymon CloudWalker.
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.

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
Cranfield University
01793 785218