Technologies and media

Music Industry Adopts a ‘Hi-Res Music’ Logo

The unveiling of the new ‘Hi-Res MUSIC’ logo is being billed as a significant step forward in the digital listening experience, one that will allow digital retailers to mark recordings that meet the official definition for ‘High Resolution Music.’

Digital Music News

Kenya: How Technology Saved Ohangla Music

It is a musical genre that is proving to be popular across the country, even among the modern young Kenyans.

All Africa

Deaf singer 'hears' music with help from 'Not Impossible' tech-hackers

“Essentially, it’s the printing press in a box, right? It’s... it is a renaissance device. It’s revolutionary.”

Yahoo News

Microsoft sounds final death knell for Zune music streaming service

Four years after discontinuing Zune devices meant to compete with Apple’s iPods, the tech company announced it would shift focus to Groove music player.

The Guardian

Wave Your Phone in the Air: How Technology Is Changing Live Music

For decades now, technology — from vinyl LPs and FM radio to MP3s and online streaming — has been changing the way we listen to recorded music. But more recently, tech has also been changing every aspect of the concert-going experience, from getting in the door to sharing the show with friends.

Yahoo Tech

Lifechanging Music Apps

Musicians, teachers, and students — listen up! Did you know you have a wealth of resources available to help you learn scales, improve your rhythm, check your pitch, and teach you new techniques?

Take Lessons

4 ways music technology changes how brands and the industry intersect

The technology boom rocked the music industry to its core. While the advent of Napster created a wave of panic, it didn’t kill the music industry as many had feared. Instead, the file-sharing service served as a harbinger of major changes to come.

Meme Burn

Abbey Road sounds right for music technology start-ups

Abbey Road, the London recording studio immortalised by The Beatles’ album of the same name, is launching Europe’s first incubation programme focused exclusively on music technology start-ups.

Financial Times

You can now 3D print your own set of working bagpipes

"A lot of the professionals I have shown them to are fascinated to see what they can do with them."


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