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Saturday 17 March 2018

5G Is Closer Than You Think
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5G Closer Than You Think

The technology that will revolutionize the way people and companies use mobile devices is closer than you think.

Good bye to buffering and slow load times…

With 5G, carriers will be able to keep up with the growing demand for mobile data fueled by the explosive growth of streaming video. It will also enable much faster connections, with speeds on par with Google Fiber's fixed line connections. Reduced latency will make wireless connections more suitable for everything from online gaming to medical devices.
High bandwidth and speed will be the first benefits of 5G Tests show transfers can reach 2 gigabits per second, hitting similar speeds as fixed fiber technology
Thousands descended on the Mobile World Congress 2018 conference this week to await the arrival of 5G networking. The GSMA consortium that puts on the show estimates that by 2025 about 14 percent of all global connections will be made using a 5G network. That’s roughly 1.2 billion 5G connections annually by 2025.

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Ears and Eyes Productins
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Ears and Eyes Productions –
Bringing unsurpassed sound and visual worldwide

Independent creators working alongside top teams in the world to
ensure that there is no project we cannot create.

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Friday 16 March 2018

Providing New Revenues
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N57 products are designed to achieve success by:

Providing new revenue streams for existing, previously sold content as well as new IP
Providing new revenues for Artists, Advertisers, Sponsors and Content Owners
Utilizing built-in Advertising opportunities
Targeting specific market segments

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on 2018

N57 Designed As “The Solution”
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As Artists, we want to see new, exciting, visual products that
entice us to play more, and to seek new and more rewarding
levels of interaction
As Programmers, we want to bring new capabilities and new technologies to
mobile users by tightly coupling our network, content, utilities,
applications & games with the mobile devices' native systems,
allowing for fast, media-rich experiences.

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on 2018

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Creates Disruptive Technologies in Media, Entertainment and Music by developing
new services, applications, content and experiences for fans, viewers, musicians, actors, artists, gamers & end users.

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Sunday 19 November 2017

Danny Ferrington One of the Few Truly Original Luthiers
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Danny Ferrington
Master Guitar Maker That Built Ken Pinkstaff's Acoustic Guitars

Fretboard Guitar Journal held and event on January 22 for guitar maker Danny Ferrington in Los Angeles.
Watch this impromptu performance of Warren Zevon’s “Carmelita,” performed by Jackson Browne, writer/musician
Adam Levy and Danny Ferrington himself.

“Musicians, not guitar makers, are who I've paid attention to. I've known how to make them for a long time but I continue to learn from musicians, that's what has guided me in my craft.
I have lived in Los Angeles since 1980. I've accomplished so much with this craft in my life. It will never get better than my dear friend George Harrison when we first met tell me he had played a guitar I had done for Jeff Lynne, he said, “I knew when I played that guitar that you did for Jeff, that you knew something.”

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Here is a man that has crafted guitars, mandolins, violins and more for elite of the entertainment world and remains an incredibly humble individual.

Danny’s instruments are known for quality and unusual design and this book showcases his exceptional craftsmanship and amazing detail.

Danny Ferrington one of the few truly original luthiers out there.

Posted by: Patty Pinkstaff
on 2018

Friday 10 March 2017

Upload: Light the Sky
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A heavy blend of All That Remains, Avenged Sevenfold, Sevendust, Dream Theater and Killswitch Engage.
Submitted by Brett Poindexter

Light the Sky

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Sunday 11 January 2015

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The RESPECT Act will be reintroduced in Congress early 2015

Currently, pre-1972 audio recordings are not covered under federal copyright law and, therefore, are not subject to receiving royalty payments.
The RESPECT Act would mend this issue and enable all digital performances of songs – regardless of the year they were recorded – to become eligible for royalties. While Sirius and Pandora have both opposed the RESPECT Act,
I wonder what Diana Ross, Robert Plant and Paul McCartney think about receiving compensation they’ve been due for quite some time

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on 2018

Friday 02 January 2015

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U.S. Department of Transportation Issues Final Rule Regarding Air Travel with Musical Instruments

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation today issued a final rule to implement section 403 of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012, which requires that U.S. airlines accept musical instruments as carry-on or checked baggage on commercial passenger flights, provided that certain conditions are met.

“At DOT, we know how important instruments are to musicians and are committed to doing everything we can to ensure that they are not damaged while being transported on airlines,” said U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx. “This final rule implements the statute, and it will go a long way towards keeping instruments safe when they fly – from allowing them in the cabin if there’s space for safe stowage, to letting passengers buy a seat for certain large instruments.”

The rule requires that each U.S. carrier subject to this regulation allow a passenger to carry into the cabin and stow a small musical instrument, such as a violin or a guitar, in a suitable baggage compartment, such as the overhead bin or a closet, or under the seats, in accordance with FAA safety regulations and the carrier’s FAA-approved carry-on baggage program.

Carriers must allow passengers to stow their small musical instruments in an approved stowage area in the cabin if at the time the passenger boards the aircraft such stowage space is available. Under the rule, musical instruments as carry-on items are treated no differently from other carry-on items and the stowage space should be made available for all carry-on items on a “first come, first served” basis. Carriers are not required to give musical instruments priority over other carry-on baggage, therefore passengers traveling with musical instruments may want to buy the pre-boarding option offered by many carriers to ensure that space will be available for them to safely stow their instruments in the cabin.

For some musical instruments that are too large to fit in the cabin stowage areas described in the carrier’s FAA-approved carry-on baggage program (e.g., an overhead bin or under a seat), it is sometimes possible to secure them to a seat as “seat baggage” or “cargo in passenger cabin.” Carriers are required to carry large musical instruments in the cabin if the passenger wishing to carry the instrument in the aircraft cabin has purchased an additional seat to accommodate the instrument and the instrument is contained in a case or cover to avoid injury to other passengers, the weight of the instrument does not exceed 165 pounds or applicable weight restrictions for the aircraft, and the instrument can be stowed in accordance with the requirements for carriage of carry-on baggage or cargo established by the FAA. Carriers are not required to provide for this process in their carry-on baggage programs; however the Department encourages carriers that do not currently allow such stowage to amend their programs to allow it, provided that all safety requirements are met.

Carriers are required to accept musical instruments in the cargo compartment as checked baggage if those instruments comply with the size and weight limitations provided in Section 403 and the FAA’s safety regulations.

The final rule applies to scheduled and charter flights in domestic or international transportation operated by U.S. carriers, regardless of the size of the aircraft they operate. The rule also applies to persons not directly involved in the operation of an aircraft who sell air transportation services to the general public other than as an authorized agent of a carrier.

This final rule is issued without notice and comment from the public as it simply implements the statutory requirements. The rule will take effect 60 days after its publication in the Federal Register. The final rule is available on the Internet at , docket DOT-OST-2014-0231.

In addition to issuing this rule, the Department has also created a webpage ( that provides useful tips and information for consumers on how to prepare for air travel with musical instruments. The Department also sponsored meetings to provide representatives of musicians and airlines an opportunity to discuss the difficulties musicians face when traveling by air. DOT may conduct additional such meetings to further explore ways to better assist musicians and airline personnel ensure the safe carriage of musical instruments.


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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

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Thursday 04 December 2014

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Sony Music Entertainment
AC/DC's new album "Rock Or Bust" is now available! You can get your copy here: iTunes: Amazon:

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