Technologies and media

Nueva herramienta permitiría escuchar música de Spotify en Facebook

Facebook amplió su asociación con Spotify para crear un mecanismo que permite escuchar canciones completas en la red social, que recientemente ha centrado su atención en las ofertas de audio.

W Radio

Music Streaming Algorithms Prove Least Accurate for Hard Rock Fans

Listeners of high-energy music such as hard rock and hip-hop may be given less accurate music recommendations by music recommender systems than listeners of other non-mainstream music, according to research published in the open access journal EPJ Data Science.

Technology Networks

Listen to an 18,000-Year-Old Instrument Sing Once More

Long, long ago, a human modified a conch shell to belt out a tune. Here's how scientists resurrected its triumphant sound.


TikTok and the Pop Music Rough Draft

Most of the biggest pop music success stories of the last year — loosely the quarantine era in the United States — owe at least some of their success to TikTok, the social video app that’s become the most seamless and effective promotional mechanism in the music business.

The New York Times

Captations : l’avenir du concert est-il tout tracé ?

En 2020, la captation live a été notre seul moyen d’assister à des concerts . À mi-chemin entre spectacle vivant et clip, cette alternative dans l’ère du temps rencontre très vite des limites.


Cómo Santiago de Chile se convirtió en la "capital mundial del reggaetón", según Spotify

La capital del reggaetón en el mundo, al menos en cuanto a las reproducciones de Spotify se refiere, queda muy lejos de lugares como Panamá y Puerto Rico, en los que nació y creció este género.


Korean Voice AI Startups innovating technology to cater to wider audiences

Voice synthesizes, modulation & recognition, digital speech synthesis, etc., are no more unique technology processes.

Korea Tech Desk

Listen to Five of the World’s Newest, Wildest Instruments

A Lego guitar and a “war tuba” are among the highlights of this year’s Guthman Musical Instrument Competition.

The New York Times

The Largest Bach Website in the World

How a man’s hobby wound up attracting tens of thousands of readers a day, including some important musicians.


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