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Play and manage a jukebox with your own choice of MP3 playlist.
Play and manage your party jukebox with your own choice of MP3 and (Youtube) videos.
Listen to your music on your own Web site.
Recreate and play a Wurlitzer Style 216 theatre organ on your computer.
Add new instruments to your GarageBand.
VRP - HDcontains a collection of the most popular keyboard instruments from the 70s to today.- Acoustic Piano- Fender Rhodes MKII- Clavinet-...
Put your baby in a soulful sleep!Brahms' famous calm and soothing lullaby has been putting babies (and parents, for that matter) asleep for ages....
This beautiful rendition of the classic 1946 Wurlitzer Jukebox plays your music when you touch the Jukebox buttons. The interactive jukebox loads...
Taking inspiration from Long Island Hamptons and New York loft bars with a retro feel where every bar has a relaxed informal feel with great craft...
Star Piano Pro is an AUTOMATIC PIANO + VOICE RECORDER, brought to you by Amidio Inc, the developers of the iPhones best sound synthesizer Noise.io...
Hidden in plain sight in the northeast corner of the San Fernando valley in Los Angeles is an incredible collection of classic cars, a steam train, and mechanical musical instruments of all kinds. Here's a photo tour of the Nethercutt Museum and Collection.
The city's Castro Theatre, known as much for its colorful organ concerts as its quirky film offerings, will house a massive $700,000 pipe-digital hybrid featuring a sample library used in the film industry.
CBS CMO George Schweitzer takes a trip down memory lane at the Old Town Music Hall.
Sony BMG and Warner are reported to be considering subscription-based music services, but without cooperation these services are dead on arrival.
The 25th anniversary version of Blade Runner raises new questions about how identity is created in a MySpace world
Some newly public firms are dancing in the streets about their good fortune. Rumor has it the booming initial public offering of networking start-up Tut Systems, which soared more than 200 percent on its first day of trading, had execs at the firm jigging as they calculated their net worth. No word if they were seen in the Valley pricing condos "made of stone-a."