Technologies and media

4 Ways Technology Can Make Your Music Lessons Sing

New tech tools that give students control over their music also inspire them to create and innovate.

The Journal

La digitalisation de la musique

Le mouvement de digitalisation « contrôlée » de la musique a commencé sous l'impulsion d'Apple avec « iTunes Music Store » le 28 Avril 2003, et notamment avec le début de la vente en ligne de chansons à 0,99 USD.

Garage 21

YouTube Makes Copyright Clearer

Now YouTube users get some transparency. Starting Monday, YouTube users can search the Audio Library to view usage restrictions, such as placement of advertisements and geographic limitations, of claimed songs in its catalog.

Billboard

Classical music has open data sets?

Where clear data sets exist, there's a lot we can learn from them, and we should definitely encourage our big institutions to make more of their data transparently available to the public.

New Music Box

Maximizing Musical Collaboration Through Video Conferencing

When it comes to enjoying music, there are more listening options than ever before.

HypeBot

Japan’s holographic pop star might be the future of music

Hatsune Miku may look like a pile of pixels but she is a lot more, including the world's first open-source singer.

The Guardian

Radical.FM Shakes Off Mobile-Only Constraint With Beautiful Browser-Based Music Service

The Popular Ad-Free, User-Supported Radical Now Adds Desktop to Its iOS and Android Apps, Featuring the Most Complete Streaming Music Library Available.

Market Wired

Smartphone App, Tweet Seats Add Interactivity to Philadelphia Concert Halls

The technological barbarians are at the gate – and are being welcomed graciously.

WQXR

Youtube Music Service Launched

Look out, Spotify: Google has officially announced a new music subscription service that takes advantage of YouTube's vast collection of music and existing relationships with labels.

Giga OM


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