Technologies and media

Musique générative : ces applications composent de la musique personnalisée

De nouvelles applications s'appuient sur la météo du jour, la localisation ou les battements du cœur pour générer de la musique sur mesure adaptée à votre humeur du moment. Un mélange d'intelligence artificielle et de big data censé booster la productivité ou aider à s'endormir.

Futura Tech

Virtual reality: How will it change the way you make music?

Making music in the modern age generally requires a lot of intense screentime, but we’re all prone to distractions as we find our music-making workflows getting stale.

Music Tech

Why Play a Music CD?

‘No Ads, No Privacy Terrors, No Algorithms’.

The New York Times

Idagio—the Spotify for Classical Music

It all comes down to metadata. While metadata for most popular music is quite simple—there’s the artist, the song or track, and the album it’s from—classical metadata might encompass everything from the composer, the orchestra, the conductor.


Why No One Is Noticing Your Music

In the music industry, the climb up the ladder of success is an especially grueling one, and it can be frustrating, afters years of recording and performing, to still not be getting what feels like appropriate recognition for your music.


Cette IA joue de la musique metal en direct sur Youtube 24h/24

L’intelligence artificielle va-t-elle aussi nous remplacer dans la composition musicale ?

Huffington Post

The father of electronic music’s lost instrument has finally been built

Pentagram partner Yuri Suzuki has created the first working version of Raymond Scott’s mythic self-generating music machine.

Fast Company

Which music identification service should you use?

In that market, SoundHound and Shazam are the two most well-known music id'ing apps. But which one is better?


'You're Probably Going To Be Replaced'

"AI is something that our business relies on today for organization, recommendation and search. There are 20,000 new tracks uploaded to Spotify every day, do you seriously think that humans are listening to every track and categorizing them?"


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