Technologies and media

How Komplete Kontrol is changing the game for visually-impaired musicians

Native Instruments’ new keyboard range is a game-changer for those who rely on touch and sound to find their way around a tune.

Red Bull

‘Be urself’: meet the teens creating a generation gap in music

Instead of radio or the music press, today’s teens are discovering songs in the background of YouTube videos – creating a new breed of superstars unknown to adults.

The Guardian

Today’s Google Doodle proves that a bot can’t top Bach

You, too, can compose like Bach. Or rather, artificial intelligence can compose like Bach. Or at least, that’s the premise of Thursday’s delightful Google Doodle, which promises to take any two-bar melody you type in and turn it into a Bach, or Bachlike, chorale in four parts, played by charming little music-box figures of bewigged 18th-century musicians.

The Washington Post

Artificial intelligence enables recognizing and assessing a violinist's bow movements

In playing music, gestures are extremely important, in part because they are directly related to the sound and the expressiveness of the musicians.

Science Daily

Un hologramme veut séduire la scène européenne de la musique

Des admirateurs survoltés qui scandent le nom de leur idole sous le feu des lasers : un concert parmi tant d'autres? Non. Car l'ado qui se dandinait sur scène, samedi soir, près de Paris, est un hologramme.

Radio Canada

Sonification: turning the yield curve into music

With the proliferation of smart speakers, turning spreadsheets into sound could be the next big thing in data presentation.

Financial Times

Will artificial intelligence be the future of music?

They may never be able to fill a stadium for a rock concert, but computers are making inroads in the music industry, capable of producing songs.

Inquirer

Three Ways to Market Yourself in the Ever-Growing Music Industry

To become a star, you must first build a community.

Influencive

Transform web banners into music

Aiaiai has joined forces with Danish duo Kenton Slash Demon to develop and launch a new “interactive music universe” that will allow users to transform web banners into music.

MixMag


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