On Monday (June 3), Apple announced that it was splitting the iTunes app into three distinct programs: Apple Music, Podcasts and TV. But there’s still quite a bit of confusion around how existing music libraries will work, how devices will be synced and the status of the iTunes Store.
Apple has announced iTunes will be absorbed into its three new entertainment apps: Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and Apple TV.
Jazz Views’ Eddie Myer writes, “McCormack is a formidable virtuoso, fully capable of integrating a range of influences from such challenging sources as Tigran Hamasyan and Steve Reich, and he’s written a set of closely plotted, twisting and turning pieces for his excellent band to negotiate.”
With the recent release of his latest album, Catenaccio,on the Ubuntu label, Tom as asked to select his all time top ten favourite albums.
“And so the journey begins…”
According to music industry insiders speaking with Digital Music News, Apple had formally prepared to shut down iTunes music downloads on March 31st, 2019.
Eighteen years after it was released, Apple is ready to retire iTunes. Apple is launching a new Apple Music app for Mac and Windows, the company announced at its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, Calif. today.
Apple is set to announce the end of iTunes today. Ironically, the company unveiled a new iPod Touch last week, the newest iteration of the hardware that made it so easy to put a whopping 1000 iTunes tracks in your pocket.
Two years ago, Goldman Sachs issued a report which whipped up global excitement over the future of the record business — most particularly, the future of the three major music rights-holders, Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment and Warner Music Group.
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