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Radio News (more headlines) 06-26-2017

SDC RADIOWORKS SHOWS MAJOR SHIFT IN FEMALE ARTISTS ARE CREATING MORE MUSIC RELEASES WORLDWIDE

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Email: sdcinternetics@msn.com
Website: http://www.sdcog.net
By @IFSNewsWriters
WEST SACRAMENTO CA (IFS) -- Digital Radio Distribution Services in general are finding that the majority of music received for streaming services is women recording artists with over 56% being placed on national and international playlists.

Free email delivery from the artist to the DJ and out to the world. Women are controlling the music by content being produced and distributed.

Several of the major leaders in this industry is RadioDirect's new brand of RXPRO and FATDROPS services, Musik & Film Records, NITE*SKY Distribution, MusicSubmit and SDC RadioWorks.

With the old "DRM" download encoding, many artists were caught up in the wind about this system. An artist would upload their music and the radio stations would put them on their playlists -- later to be "flagged" with a copyright violation's code.

Kenneth Howard Smith, CEO/President of Smith Data Communications was the first digital distribution to have the artists give a digital consent to play their music and requested that a CD be mailed.

One other thing that Smith did, was to open up more airplay space for African artists who were complaining about the limited radio presents in the United States. Lifting the email limits ban and the digital signature, SDC's Digital footprint started to climb.

Another device was that Smith placed his major radio stations right on the front page and incorporated a Software downloads site with programs from starting a recording company, Digital Audio Workstations, Digital instrument samples, Radio and Television Promotions Guide and many many other tools to help your be successful.

After Smith's wave of the email ban, between 10 to 25 songs per day is download at SDC RadioWorks from artists around the world. Great artists from everywhere.

"This is the only place that gives you a blog story, plus several radio stations and streaming for your songs -- all the the price of a good song!" Smith added later.

When Smith started his KDRC Cassette Services in 1980 for his recording samples of his artists, he created the shows with the songs and vioce points for local DJ's to incert their own voices during the show.

The Radio scene has explored these days up from only 120 Million radio stations in the late 1990's to over 480 Million radio stations worldwide and growing.

By the end of the 1990's and the revolution started by Taylor Swift in 2005. Along with free software with the likes of Audacity Digital Audio Workstation that was multi-track and with lots of bells and whistles and it was FREE.

Actress, Songwriter and Lifetime Television producer, Riley Weston was one of the first artist's to really ulitilize this program by giving it away to her young fans who wanted to send her new songs. KDTN Radio One wanted to do a radio interview with her, but the only program she had could only support a mono track and three minutes in recording time.

The radio station emailed her the small DAW's program and she was able to start recording her own music without limits. So Weston added it to her fans download page. At this point in time, DAW's were expensive and you needed a special machine to run it. Weston soon realize that her mailboxes were exploding with CDs. She had singled handely created the largest musical recording force in her fan base and the songs rolled in.

The serious musican with no money, but had a little space that was acousticaly sound, with an older model desktop computer, Audacity covered the spectrum of operating systems and many countries. This freedom of software allowed many young girls across the world to start recording their music at home.

With this "thirst" for new music, many young ladies have used their smartphones and laptops to create many songs that are instantly upload via email to their favorite music distributor and within days, the song in available to billions of people worldwide to listen and download, many with purchase.

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