This portal is focused on music production within the era of written records through sound recordings, digital downloads, and beyond. Our scope includes articles that document the considerations and mechanisms used by, and consistent with, the purview of the production element.
As an art form, Music predates transcription and simultaneously transcends descriptive limitations. As an industry, music has demonstrated consistent viability over time. The record producer conjoins these potential, and serves as a broker to bridge the demand (spawned by their aspirations) with supply and satisfaction.
The results are measurable and attributable. They are born of sweat and derived from effort and skillful application of craft. These, to a manifestation of the art in its melodic form.
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In 2001, a special edition reissue was released, which contains additional audio interviews, demo recordings and the song "Someone in the Dark", a Grammy-winning track from the E.T. the Extra-Terrestrialstorybook. In 2008, Thriller was reissued again as Thriller 25, containing remixes with contemporary artists, previously unreleased songs, and a DVD with three music videos and Jackson's performance of "Billie Jean" from the 1983 television special Motown 25.
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