Technologies and media

TikTok Owner Is Testing Music App in Bid for Next Global Hit

TikTok owner ByteDance Inc. is testing a new music app in emerging markets as it tries to pull off another global sensation akin to its viral video-sharing service.

Yahoo News

Amazon Unveils AI-Powered Keyboard, DeepComposer

Amazon DeepComposer is a new AI-powered keyboard announced at AWS re:Invent. The 32-key, 2-octave board uses machine learning to generate music from what you play.

Digital Music News

3 Cost Free Ideas For Better Music Marketing

There are countless ways to promote your music today. From social media posts and traditional print advertising to pop-up shops, video streams, song premieres, and more, there have never been as many ways to share your art as there are right now.


This fix could take regular violins to Stradivari levels

A modification to violins could enhance their tonal quality and how musicians play, according to new research.


Comment le Machine Learning transforme l’industrie de la musique

Le Machine Learning est de plus en plus utilisé dans l’industrie musicale, et pourrait prochainement bouleverser la façon dont nous créons ou écoutons de la musique.

Big Data

How Live Streaming Is Altering The Music Business For Artists And Fans Alike

As technological innovation continues to sweep the music industry, live streaming has become an increasingly important component of bands and artists’ promotional arsenal. Here we look at why you need to livestream and what you need to do so effectively.


Spotify Is Launching an Awards Show in Mexico City Based Entirely on User-Generated Data

Although Spotify launched in 2008, it only officially reached Mexico in 2013—and its capital city quickly made up for the lost streaming time. According to Spotify’s statement, Mexico City has the most listeners on the streaming platform, globally.


Southeast Asia tuning in

These 7 music-focused startups give local music scene a chance against the mainstream.


Classical Streaming Service IDAGIO Launches Free Tier

Classical music streaming service IDAGIO has released an ad-supported free tier as part of its efforts to make the hard-to-pigeonhole genre more accessible. IDAGIO Free launches today in 190 countries, featuring 2 million recordings.


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