MUSIC IS A SOUND THAT COMES OUT OF ONE'S HEART AND SOUL.
WHEN YOU DELETE ANY PART OF THE VIBRATION YOU'RE DELETING THE MARK OF THEIR HEART AND SOUL.
IF THE RECORD LABELS GOT BACK THE BILLIONS THEY LOST
WE WOULD HAVE SUCH AN AMAZING MUSIC INDUSTRY AGAIN. THE SOLUTION IS AT THEIR FINGERTIPS.
Science of Digital Audio:
Vibrations are part of all of us. We live in a universe of analog vibrations. Digital music cuts real musical sound vibrations into millions of numbers and the result is a harsh crackle that is within every digital song. This annoying crackle can never be removed and is covered up using white noise by a process called dithering. The harsh crackle becomes subliminal and goes unnoticed. When the music is compressed into the standard low quality high volume mp3 and AAC files of today this can cause a subtle nuisance and is likely why I wasn't able to sleep with the TV on for 10 years until I switched to watching DVDs with better audio. My dog can't sit in a room with low quality digital audio, but is fine with DVDs and analog sound. The best representation of an artist's music and most natural sound to human ears is analog. The vibration of music is reduced today. Sound is taken out when it is converted to a limited amount of digital numbers instead of a seamless real vibration. It's as if 80 to 90 percent of the pixels of sound have been removed in today's music. The subconscious mind is very likely affected by it along with the ensuing emotions even if the conscious mind doesn't hear it. The result is less enjoyment of music and the collapse of the record industry and hearing loss.
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Thanks for visiting the site and supporting music. Please read about CDSongZ and C9 Studio. This site and project is dedicated to reviving the music industry by helping the artists, labels, and production teams necessary for good music. During my entire life from early childhood my focus has always been on the integrity of music to uplift people and bring them joy, the kind of joy that makes you forget about everything to live in the moment. Here is what I have learned over decades of experience and knowledge from professionals. Nobody seems to know that the music industry doesn't really exist anymore. It turned into a pay for play tech industry run by iTunes, YouTube, and Facebook and the record labels are owned by the movie labels Sony, Warner Brothers, and Universal. Comcast now owns Universal and AT&T now owns Warner Brothers. iTunes takes 30 percent and record deals cease to exist. People ask me why I don't release my songs on iTunes or put a video on YouTube. The reason is I am not willing to sacrifice the integrity of my music by putting it online in the worst quality audio for a cheap price or for free streaming to conform to modern society and the modern music/tech industry. The industry is completely corrupt and run by paying money to computer nerds to manipulate algorithms with certain wording and click bait so that your article, post, picture or video shows up more on people's computers. For something to go viral it almost always has to have something provocative, vulgar or lustful in it and/or lots of money promoting it. Professionalism and expertise don't really matter when it comes to the internet and that applies to all businesses. I have noticed a lack of musical integrity and musical skill on the current radio and wondered how the music industry got into such a mess. A lot of it has to do with poor audio standards today. I believe to benefit society there needs to be jobs and a music industry again along with the former higher audio standards. Here is a slight bio of myself, but you might want to skip over and check out that video of Joe Walsh confirming everything I have just said about the record industry. This homepage is like a mission statement. Please visit the other pages to learn about what has happened to the world of music and the current industry.
Clarence Clemons, (rockstar saxophonist for Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga, and the Grateful Dead), agreed to be my Godfather when I was a baby and his son Nick has made sure he would take care of me by including me in the newly developed huge business, Big Man's West, which was made as a tribute to Clarence. My father was best friends with Clarence for a whole decade in the late 70s and 80s. He babysat and taught guitar to Clarence's first son Nick. I'm thought of as a brother or son to Nick and I care for his son Ayden. Nick Clemons is a talented songwriter with an enormous knowledge of songwriting taught to him by some of the greatest rock and roll stars in history. As a young teenager he was able to go to parties of some big names with his father and learn from stars such as Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, many others, and of course his father Clarence Clemons. I have been fortunate that he has handed down some of that information to me. I have had contact with another great songwriter, Mose Allison, who has written songs for the Rolling Stones and jazz greats like Bonnie Raitt. He has given me the book 'Songwriters On Songwriting' which is also a wonderful source of information. I must also note that I have always been a fan of and looked up to professional tennis players for their demeanor and athleticism. After meeting Maria Sharapova at Bloomingdale's in NYC something changed inside of me that dramatically enhanced my musical abilities. She is a great example of excellence as she won Wimbledon at the age of 17 and being around her inspired me to strive toward excellence in my music, which helped me achieve my last two awards with one of the songs being dedicated to her.
Nick Clemons has written great songs and I have great songs and we are teaming up when he is ready to rock various venues across the nation, and according to him, across the world due to his very big connections. I'll be singing covers and originals. Nick Clemons will be singing his originals. The band is a fantastic group of some of the best rock and roll musicians in the tristate area and will be performing both original music and covers. He wants me to sing Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, and Journey songs! Nick will be on lead vocals and rhythm guitar and I will be on lead vocals and lead guitar!
Famous Rockstar Joe Walsh From The Eagles "Hotel California" talks about Music Today
This project intends on creating a new world-wide universal platform for talented musicians that has more integrity and better audio for people to enjoy music more. It's vision is for the music industry to be a collaborations of producers, sound engineers, studio musicians, managers, agents, talent scouts, and artists like it was before iTunes and YouTube. The godson of rockstar Clarence Clemons, Glenn Jacobsen, has developed a network of extremely successful people who care about music that has accumulated from over 20 years of experience in the current music-tech-social media industry. Glenn Jacobsen is partnered with Clarence Clemons' son Nick Clemons and his various associates and companies and the Nick Clemons Band. The concern is for the talented musicians to have a job in the industry again. Record deals need to be put into place again and music must not be free. An artist can't let people come into his gallery and take portraits off the wall for free. This happened to music as a result of the current social media driven music industry where record labels have much less money and influence because of online stores and streaming. The record companies such as Epic, Columbia, RCA, MCA, etc. gave up on the industry and sold their companies to movie labels and eventually Comcast, AT&T and Sony own everything. This was because they no longer make money. The music business dried up and the employees at record companies found other jobs. However, the solution is still within their hands because they were fraudulently taken advantage of and can fight back, but they just don't know it yet. There is a legal battle about to be fought against a big fraudulent contract and it is the solution to fixing the record industry. This crucial knowledge of illegal activity in the computer industry when music was first sold on the internet could result in billions of dollars having to be returned to the record labels and artists. It will have a major positive impact in music by helping to revive the record industry and giving talented musicians a job in the music industry with record labels once again being prosperous. Society needs music that comes from human feeling which takes years of training, experience, and fostered talent. Instead today society only gets fake digitally created and corrected low quality audio music with nerdy computer people manipulating algorithms for fans and followers. An awareness of sound quality is necessary for good music and for healthy hearing. It is very likely that the standard mp3 files of today are why hearing loss is on a very large rise. CD quality sound should be the only standard for streaming, radio, digital sales, and portable audio like it was in the past which can be put back into place again.
Music is an energy vibration and today's music stores and streaming services are using only 10-20% of the original lossless sound waves created by the artist. The loss occurs when converting music into mp3, streaming, and Bluetooth formats. The conscious mind might not be able to tell the difference, but the subconscious mind can. This difference affects the music industry at large because much of the sound of music has been deleted along with the feelings put into the music. This can change people's preferences and which artists become successful. True musicians that don't write digital music and create music from feelings within their body instead of digital programs are at a serious disadvantage because the conversion affects the human crescendo and decrescendo more than digital or virtual instruments.
Credibility For This Site
Tested the highest out of hundreds of music students when auditioning at Belmont University in Nashville, TN and made the Dean's List at William Paterson School Of Arts. Won multiple awards in National and Worldwide Songwriting Contests:
My name is Glenn Jacobsen and I am a musician, multi-instrumentalist and producer from the Jersey Shore. I play and write all types of music but my current project is considered rock. I have just built my own world class studio with all the very best instruments and recording gear for major label standards and my recent project will be done soon. The project is taking longer than expected but will eventually be a full album professionally produced to the highest quality. The music created is all with the intention of helping today's musicians succeed and create beautiful music and for those with exceptionaltalent to be given a job in the industry.
I'm a 3-time Semi-Finalist in one of the biggest world-wide songwriting competitions (judged by actual rockstars) "Song of The Year" in 2009, 2015, and 2016 in the most competitive genres rock and country with unfinished songs. To receive a Semi-Finalist Placement requires being in the top ten songs out of thousands of paid song submissions from all around the world! I'm also a 2-time Paramount Group songwriter award winner in Nashville, TN of the best up and coming songwriters from all over the country. From my vast knowledge of music I've also become a very qualified producer with talent and experience in a multiplatinum recording studio, Unique Studios in NYC, and have met and briefly studied with one of the biggest producers in the world, Rob Fusari (producer
responsible for naming and producing Lady Gaga as well as cowriting most of her songs) while attending William Paterson University where I was placed on the Dean's List.
I'm originally from Pt. Pleasant, New Jersey and thankful to be partnered with the Nick Clemons Band. I play professionally at fine dining restaurants in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina most of the year.
All original songs written, produced and performed
by Glenn Jacobsen
Recorded at Cloud 9 Studio
That's Clarence Clemons holding his godson
"I'm working to help talented musicians today that struggle and have no road or pathway to follow to use and develop their God given talents because of the collapse of the record industry. Music means so much to me."