Where was iTunes Festival 2012?
This EP was recorded at the iTunes Festival—a month of exclusive live performances at the legendary Roundhouse in London. The first iTunes Festival launched in 2007, bringing out a wide array of amazing music every night for an entire month.
Where is the iTunes Festival?
The iTunes Festival is an annual, month-long music festival and concert series which takes place in September at The Roundhouse art centre in London. Sponsored by Apple Inc., it was first held in 2007.
Why did they stop Itunes Festival?
In August 2015, the iTunes Festival was renamed as the Apple Music Festival. After a 10-year run, Apple confirmed to Music Business Worldwide that it would no longer host any music festivals….
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|Dates||1–30 July (2007–11) 1–30 September (2012–14) 19–28 September (2015) 18–30 September (2016)|
Who has played at the Roundhouse?
The likes of The Doors, Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix all played legendary shows in our space. A decade later, a new generation of artists took to the stage as the punk movement gathered momentum – The Ramones, The Damned, The Stranglers and The Clash were all on the bill in a single year in 1976.
Why was Apple Music Festival Cancelled?
Recent changes in the world of music festivals along with Apple’s own approach to music marketing has meant doing away with the festival. Though Apple still intends to engage on one-off live shows now and again, the company does not intend to emphasize live music on its platform.
Is Apple Music a HiFi?
Apple Music’s Lossless tier starts at CD quality, which is 16 bit at 44.1 kHz (kilohertz), and goes up to 24 bit at 48 kHz and is playable natively on Apple devices. For the true audiophile, Apple Music also offers Hi-Resolution Lossless all the way up to 24 bit at 192 kHz.
What is a iron age roundhouse?
Roundhouses were the standard form of housing built in Britain from the Bronze Age throughout the Iron Age, and in some areas well into the Sub Roman period. The people built walls made of either stone or of wooden posts joined by wattle-and-daub panels, and topped with a conical thatched roof.