Technologies and media

Five visions for the future of music

Welcome to the (not so) distant future.


Polychromatic Music

Music seems to be at the forefront of an increasingly pervasive process where technological simulation is cheaply and efficiently substituted for authentic human creation and expression.

New Music Box

Une plateforme numérique permet aux élèves de se glisser dans la peau d'un compositeur baroque

Jouer du théorbe dans un orchestre baroque ou recomposer les variations d'une œuvre existante sur tablette, c'est maintenant possible grâce à la plateforme pédagogique des Talens lyriques [email protected] 

France Musique

Ten predictions for digital media in 2018

1. There will be blood in the escalating battle amongst premium OTT video giants...

Tech Crunch

Spatial Awareness: Inside the world of immersive sound design

Although the term Immersive Audio (or spatial audio) might at first glance appear to be a cutting-edge technology, the engineering challenge of trying to place an audience in a three-dimensional acoustic space has a long history and several methods have been used over the years with various amounts of success.

Audio Media International

Netflix for Jazz? Quincy Jones’s Qwest TV Takes Concerts and Films Digital

For much of jazz’s history, devotees discovered music over the radio airwaves and in library stacks, rooting out old LPs or videos to borrow and sample.

The New York Times

On big questions of creativity and intention

As with other areas in the many realms of public discourse these days, there are times when, for me, taking a gander at the old quotidian chit-chat stream on Facebook has just become unbearable.

New Music Box

Les médias en Afrique et la diffusion de la musique

L’environnement des médias musicaux en Afrique a fort évolué et est d’une grande diversité. Selon que l’on soit en Afrique du Sud ou en Afrique du Nord, dans un espace francophone ou anglophone, les réalités sont multiples et spécifiques.

Music in Africa

How modern music technology has evolved over the years

When you’re sitting in the park listening to music on your wireless speaker, you’re probably too busy enjoying the vibe to pontificate on the science and innovation that brought music and technology to where it is today.


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