Technologies and media

Razer Music is a content sharing and creation portal for musicians

Razer describes the Razer Music as a digital content platform for musicians -- a community portal teeming with video tutorials, detailed articles and production tips from well-known musicians who have made a habit of using the Razer Blade gaming laptop to create their work.


Comment lier les nouvelles technologies avec la musique classique ?

Live-tweeter pendant un opéra, placer des écrans sur la scène, développer des applications à consulter avant, pendant et après un spectacle... Les idées naissent, parfois se concrétisent, mais souvent divisent le public.

France Musique

Music Streaming 2016 and Non-artificial Intelligence

There is no question that technology is connecting more people with more music than ever before, but when there is disrespect between the tech, finance and creative worlds things get weird.

The Huffington Post

Instagram says @music is just the start for music on the app

ith 491,000 followers, @music hasn't quite met the dizzy heights of most-followed-person-on-Instagram Taylor Swift's 49.6 million, but Kevin said that wasn't the plan.


Flipping the playola debate for streaming music playlists

The topic of "playola" – labels paying independent curators of playlists on music-streaming services to include their tracks – has received much coverage in the music press over the last year or so.


A revolution rattling the world of organ music

The passionate and proudly obscure world of organ building is torn over a revolutionary digital organ.

The Boston Globe

Pitch-Perfect Ways to Read Music Better

For all the stages of music education, there are many apps that can help.

The New York Times

Billie Holiday, via Hologram, Returning to the Apollo

Billie Holiday often sang about being blue, but when she appears at the Apollo later this year she'll be closer to translucent.

The New York Times

Paris Opera Introduces a Digital ‘Third Stage’

The Palais Garnier opened in 1875; the Opéra Bastille in 1989. On Tuesday, the Paris Opera expanded on to a third stage, this time a virtual one called 3e Scène (3e is an abbreviation of "troisième," or "third").

The New York Times

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