MUSIC DOWNLOADS

Brand Owner (click to sort) Address Description
BANDNATION Fraenkel, Rainer C 7 Drover Ct.
Coto de Caza CA 92679
Music Downloads, Music Media, Music/Band Related ...
FAME FAM Fashion Art Music Entertainment Family,LLC. 1440 Coral Ridge Dr. Suite 361
Coral Springs FL 33071
Entertainment services, providing a web site ...
FIRST LIVE Garcia, Danny L. 125 Stanhope St., #1
125 Stanhope St., #1
brooklyn NY 11221
Entertainment services, providing on-line reviews of ...
GOD4ME CHRISTIAN BOOK DISTRIBUTORS CATALOG, LLC 140 SUMMIT STREET
PEABODY MA 01960
Retail services, computerized online retail store ...
GOD4ME CHRISTIAN BOOK DISTRIBUTORS CATALOG, LLC 140 SUMMIT STREET
PEABODY MA 01960
Retail services, computerized online retail store ...
HUBBLEY Hubbley, LLC P.O. Box 291930
Davie FL 33329
providing an interactive web site featuring ...
HUBBLEY Hubbley, LLC P.O. Box 291930
Davie FL 33329
providing an interactive web site featuring ...
MYCOMINGLE MyComingle, LLC P.O. Box 29130
Davie FL 33329
Providing a website featuring technology that ...
MYCOMINGLE MyComingle, LLC PO Box 29130
Davie FL 33329
Providing a website featuring technology that ...
SOUNDDADDY Capozzoli, Michael J 415 Lawrence St
Burlington NJ 08016
Downloadable ring tones, graphics and music ...
WORSHIPPROVIDER New Town Records 505 E. 1st Street, Suite H
Tustin CA 92780
Retail store services featuring namely, computerized ...
 

Where the owner name is not linked, that owner no longer owns the brand

   
Technical Examples
  1. Music is blanket transmitted (for example, via satellite downlink transmission) to each customer's user station where selected music files are recorded. Customers preselect from a list of available music in advance using an interactive screen selector, and pay only for music that they choose to playback for their enjoyment. An antipiracy "ID tag" is woven into the recorded music so that any illegal copies therefrom may be traced to the purchase transaction. Music is transmitted on a fixed schedule or through an active scheduling process that monitors music requests from all or a subset of satellite receivers and adjust scheduling according to demand for various CD's. Receivers store selections that are likely to be preferred by a specific customer. In those instances where weather conditions, motion of atmospheric layers or dish obstructions result in data loss, the system downloads the next transmission of the requested CD and uses both transmissions to produce a "good copy". In conjunction with the blanket transmission of more popular music, an automated CD manufacturing facility may be provided to manufacture CD's that are not frequently requested and distribute them by ground transportation.