Technologies and media

Competition unleashes futuristic piano designs

In 2015, digital piano specialists Roland launched a competition to create a brand-new digital keyboard concept on the theme “Unleash”.



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Human Music

Score an Entire Film on This Tiny Little Music Box

In the era of software and boutique hardware effects, the musician or composer has an expansive palette for sound design.

The Creators Project

Watson, le super-ordinateur d’IBM, se lance dans la musique

La machine a produit plusieurs morceaux à partir d’un thème imposé. Une performance loin d’être anecdotique puisqu’elle démontre pour la première fois qu’un ordinateur peut être créatif.


Music video production in Eritrea

Music videos stand as one of the most prominent forms of entertainment in Eritrean contemporary arts. Their prominence has sharply increased during the last decade with the rise in digital sharing and streaming of media, which has led to the decentralization of entertainment and less reliance on state television.

Music in Africa

Music Technology Of The Future At Moogfest

“Moogfest has a great history already of being a center between cutting-edge musicians, theorists, musicologists and cultural influencers.”


How the Toronto Symphony Orchestra uses graphic design to guide its audiences though its music

A deft mix of text and graphics, the guides can be read while listening to the performance, their layout visualising the thematic progression of the music, indicating the keys in use, what instruments feature and, using morse code-like notation, their duration.

Creative Review

EBU Digital Radio News

European Broadcasting Organization's round-up of activities and events in the domain of digital radio.


Google Magenta, le robot qui crée de la musique

L’Homme remplacé par la machine, c’est une peur qui a plusieurs fois été présentée au cinéma. Et pour cause, devenir inutile parce que des robots savent faire la même chose que nous, ça a toujours été effrayant.


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