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Gleetchlab, experimental DAW, is now on Windows too – and crazy as ever

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Scene | Wed 31 Mar 2021 10:54 pm

No timeline. No sequencer. No stereo limitations. No "included library of trap loops and trombone samples." Nothing but glitch - so much glitch. And Gleetchlab is not only still evolving, it's on Windows as well as Mac. (Insert snark about glitch and Windows here.)

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THE HARD SUMMER LINEUP IS OUT

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Wed 31 Mar 2021 4:00 pm
Future and DJ Snake B2B Malaa are headliners! Rezz, Dillon Francis, Kaytranada, 2 Chainz, RL Grime B2B Baauer, Skream!, Jauz, Kayzo, Maya Jane Coles, A-Trak, Slushii and Joyryde also top the list.

THE ELECTRIC ZOO PHASE TWO LINEUP IS OUT

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Wed 31 Mar 2021 4:00 pm
See the full scope of who's performing.

THE BONNAROO 2021 LINEUP IS OUT!

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Wed 31 Mar 2021 4:00 pm
Foo Fighters, Lizzo and Tyler, The Creator headline! Megan Thee Stallion, Tame Impala, Lana Del Rey, Run The Jewels, My Morning Jacket, Lil Bay, deadmau5, G-Eazy, Janelle Monáe also top the list.

Park ‘N Rave Bassrush: Blunts and Blondes

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Wed 31 Mar 2021 4:00 pm
The Blunts and Blondes Park ‘N Rave for Bassrush is happening on Saturday, April 10th at NOS Events in SanBernadino, California. There's three performances: Blunts and Blondes, Hesh and Bawldy.

Copyright Royalty Board Given Two More Months to Complete Decision on Webcasting Royalties for 2021-2025

Delivered... David Oxenford | Scene | Wed 31 Mar 2021 3:24 pm

The Copyright Office this week granted a request from the Copyright Royalty Board for more time to decide on the royalties to be paid to SoundExchange for the public performance of sound recordings by webcasters, including broadcasters who simulcast their programming on the Internet.  As we wrote in July, the CRB decision on the webcasting royalties for 2021-2025 was initially to be rendered by the end of 2020 to be in place when the prior royalty term concluded at the end of 2020.  Because of COVID, the trial to determine the royalties was pushed from March back into August and September, with final arguments not being held until November.  Congress in its initial COVID relief bill authorized agencies to extend times to take certain actions – and the Copyright Office in July extended the time for the CRB webcasting decision to April 15.  Now, given the delays in the trial, the Copyright Royalty Judges asked for an additional two months – and were granted an extension until June 14.

Once decided, these royalties will be retroactive to January 1, 2021.  If the rates go up, as advocated by SoundExchange, webcasters will have to “true up” on their royalties and pay any increases back to the first of the year.  If broadcasters and other internet radio operators prevail in their arguments and the rates are lowered, then presumably these services would have credits toward future royalties based on any overpayment made at the old rates since January 1.  All companies providing a non-interactive internet music service should be watching for the CRB action to see what obligations they will have not only retroactive to the beginning of the year, but also going forward through the end of 2025, the end of the royalty period now being considered.

FCC Sets Comment Dates on Proposed Revisions to EAS Rules and on Inquiry on Expanding EAS to Steaming Services

Delivered... David Oxenford | Scene | Wed 31 Mar 2021 3:06 pm

Earlier this month, the FCC proposed changes to its Emergency Alert System (EAS) rules and initiated an inquiry as to whether EAS should be expanded to require streaming services to carry local emergency alerts (see our article here on those proposals).  These proposals have now been published in the Federal Register, starting the public comment dates.  For broadcasters, the changes proposed in the FCC’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking include mandatory yearly meetings of State Emergency Communications Committees with certifications to the FCC that these meetings occurred, and more robust reporting of false EAS alerts.  The Notice of Inquiry asked many questions about whether streaming services have the technical capability to provide EAS alerts and, if they do, which streaming services should be required to do so. The comments and reply comments on the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking will be due by April 20, 2021 and May 4, 2021, respectively and comments and reply comments on the Notice of Inquiry will be due by May 14, 2021 and June 14, 2021.

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