Technologies and media

Des instruments conçus par algorithme qui s’adaptent au style des musiciens

Chaque musique reflète le style et la personnalité de son auteur et de son interprète. Certains sont ainsi capables de reconnaître entre mille le style de Steve Coleman, Charlie Parker ou Maceo Parker, le saxophoniste de James Brown. Et si les instruments de musique avaient eux-aussi leur personnalité ?

Futura Sciences

Spotify patenta una tecnología para detectar tu estado de ánimo

Dependiendo de cuál sea tu estado de ánimo, contexto, situación en la que te encuentras... es muy posible que te apetezca escuchar un determinado tipo de música o canción en concreto.

Trece Bits

Machine learning helps retrace evolution of classical music

Researchers in EPFL’s Digital and Cognitive Musicology Lab in the College of Humanities used an unsupervised machine learning model to ‘listen to’ and categorize more than 13,000 pieces of Western classical music, revealing how modes – such as major and minor – have changed throughout history.

Mirage News

How to Bust Your Spotify Feedback Loop and Find New Music

Does the algorithm know you too well? Here’s how to shake up your recommendations for a more varied listening experience.


Freesound iniciates the Freesound Licensing

A grant promoted by Mozilla, Creative Commons and Coil, which will allow creators who put their content on Freesound to earn revenue by licensing beyond what is allowed by the original Creative Commons restrictions.

Eureka Alert

Les grandes tendances qui vont s’imposer en 2021

Malgré la pandémie de la Covid-19, 2020 a été une année riche en événements dans le domaine de la musique. Que nous réserve ce secteur pour 2021 ?


Del Walkman a los AirPods: la historia de la música portátil

Han pasado más de 40 años desde la aparición del Walkman, el primer dispositivo para escuchar música sin cables. La tecnología ha evolucionado hasta los actuales auriculares inalámbricos.


Tech Terms That Should Be Banned In 2021

For those who have been operating in the music/tech sphere for the past year or so, there are few words and phrases that have hit a saturation point, and everyone is sick of hearing. Here, we look at a list terms that need a little time off from the lexicon.


Yamaha’s DX7 synthesiser changed modern music

How a single instrument defined the 1980s and beyond.

The Economist

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