Technologies and media

The five E’s of fan engagement in music marketing

1. ENTICE: meet audiences in their places and spaces, rather than asking them to make the first entry into your artist brand.

MusicAlly

BandLab crosses 30 million users around the globe

10 million new tracks from users are uploaded to the social music-making platform each month.

MusicTech

How AI and androids could shape the music of the future

While Daft Punk may have sadly split, machine-created music may be about to skyrocket in popularity. Not only are artificial intelligence neural networks now capable of creating original melodies, but scientists are also developing robots capable of playing – and improvising – live music.

Science Focus

La musique en haute définition s'invite sur les plateformes de streaming

Les géants du streaming musical misent désormais sur un format en haute définition. Après Amazon mais avant Spotify, Apple promet ainsi dès le mois prochain une qualité audio similaire à celle d'un artiste en studio.

RTS

Cómo Roblox, la plataforma de videojuegos, ha creado su propia escena musical

Los jugadores pueden personalizar sus propios mundos en la plataforma. Muchos suben canciones de manera ilegal y algunos crean pistas intensas en un nuevo género llamado robloxcore.

The New York Times

How SoundScan Changed Everything We Knew About Popular Music

Thirty years ago, Billboard changed the way it tabulated its charts, turning the industry on its head and making room for genres once considered afterthoughts to explode in the national consciousness.

The Ringer

A New Way to Listen to African Music

Afrocharts is one of the fastest growing technology companies, and its mission is to provide a direct connection between African artists and those who love them.

Africa.com

‘Anything could happen’: inside the world’s first virtual reality opera

Current, Rising at the Royal Opera House, London, takes its audience on a dizzying journey through strange realms. Could this be the future?

The Guardian

Contre le streaming, une réaction en blockchain

La technologie des «tokens non-fongibles» s’invite, via des pionniers, dans la production musicale. Une façon de pérenniser l’archivage des œuvres et surtout d’imaginer pour la consommation numérique de la musique un biotope plus vivable pour les artistes, en impliquant davantage leur communauté.

Libération


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