Technologies and media

An Ode to Joyful Music Streaming

With more Spotify-like services on the horizon, a bounty of unexplored music beckons. But will they do a better job of helping you figure out what to listen to next?

The Wall Street Journal

Is digital technology part of our cultural organisations?

Digital technology in our cultural organisations can stand for many things. From websites to APIs, on-site touch screens to audio guide apps, social media to self-service ticketing stations.

Econsultancy

Gracenote Rhythm™ Brings a Fresh Take on Internet Radio to Music Services and Developers

Gracenote Rhythm harnesses the power of the world's largest source of music metadata, a global team of music experts and Gracenote-powered algorithms to form the backbone for Internet Radio services.

PR Newswire

Music journalism's new tune missing a beat

Has the role of music journalist been relegated 
to being simply a punter of product?

Mail&Guardian

Here’s Why You Should Convert Your Music To 432 Hz

Tesla said it. Einstein Agreed. Science proved it. It is a known fact that everything—including our own bodies—is made up of energy vibrating at different frequencies.

Collective Evolution

How Shazam uses big data to predict music's next big artists

Users of song-finding application Shazam search for music millions of times a day and the company is using this information to predict next year's likely movers-and-shakers.

The Guardian

Short on holiday music? Slip into the stream

The holiday season approaches and that generally means it's time to exceed nine out of ten doctors' recommended doses of food, drink, and holiday music.

TechHive

What's that whisper? Wireless headphone opera in busy train station

A few hundred people are here to enjoy the opera "Invisible Cities" - through headphones - performed by 15 singers and dancers and an 11-piece orchestra throughout the station, even in the Mission-style courtyards.

Reuters

Spotify to launch free mobile music service

Spotify is reportedly planning to launch a free, ad-supported version of its music streaming service on mobile devices.

The Telegraph


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