Technologies and media

Orchestral manoeuvres in a car park: does drive-in opera hit the high notes?

John Lennon once asked the people in the cheap seats to clap and the others to rattle their jewellery. Here, cyclists clap, motorists honk.

The Guardian

Has Music Become a Disposable Commodity?

Our relationship to recorded sound has changed a lot. So has the way we listeners interact with the artists we're most devoted to.

WQXR

Inventé il y a 25 ans, le MP3 a révolutionné l’industrie musicale

Le célèbre format de compression fête ses 25 ans. Retour sur une innovation qui a transformé notre manière de consommer la musique.

Le Nouvelliste

Música tridimensional, ¿tecnología del futuro?

Primero fue el mono. Luego el estéreo. Después del surround. Ahora es el momento del audio inmersivo.

Cultur Plaza

‘Now Hear This’ modeled itself after cooking shows. It found millions of viewers with an appetite for classical music

The bad news is that the entire classical music world (well, the American part, anyway) is canceled due to technical difficulties. The good news is that the entire classical music world is also technically at our fingertips, ready to play.

The Washington Post

Musicians beat pandemic blues with Quaver

Whilst social distancing during the Coronavirus pandemic has put most creative musical collaborations on ice, the Quaver app allows 'orchestra quality’ practice, play and critique through innovative technology and social sharing.

Cision PR

This music start-up’s AI makes sound decisions

Defending your taste in music is usually a bit of fun over a pub table, but for those in the music industry these choices define fortune or failure.

Business Cloud

Elon Musk dit que la technologie Neuralink pourrait diffuser de la musique directement vers le cerveau

Le patron de SpaceX et Tesla a concentré son attention sur Neuralink, un système innovant de puces cérébrales. Selon Elon, la technologie pourrait «aider à contrôler les niveaux d’hormones», ce qui pourrait «améliorer les capacités et le raisonnement et soulager l’anxiété».

Urban Fusions

Esta tecnología convierte el papel normal en un reproductor de música interactivo

Imagina convertir una hoja convencional de papel o cartón en un material impermeable, interactivo y capaz de recolectar energía o reproducir música.

TIC Beat


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