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'Data is the new gold'

The start-up aims to revolutionize the use of data in the music business. "The music industry is one of the coolest industries out there, but statistics not so much, and we're joining those two worlds together," Veber explains.


L’Intelligence artificielle, nouveau pari des labels de musique

Inspirées par le succès de Gorillaz, certaines maisons de disques se lancent dans les robots chanteurs et les DJ virtuels.

Le Monde

Un venezolano da un giro futurista a la música tradicional nacional

Víctor Hernández es un inventor venezolano que durante los últimos 20 años se ha dedicado a crear una diversidad de extraños y particulares instrumentos digitales para hacer música, que se pueden ejecutar con tecnología táctil e incluso sin siquiera tocarlos.

Correo del Orinoco

Ethereum Voices

Do NFTs matter for classical music?


The problem with music sharing

Part of the problem is technical: nearly all the platform’s mentioned do not support any form of reading and writing of file metadata. There is also a knowledge gap on the user side.


Is VR the future of live music?

As the live music industry undergoes a multitude of crises, interest in VR experiences has swelled. With streaming and virtual reality technology now allowing for greater interaction and immersion than previously thought possible, are we right to consider a world where the everyday attendance of VR gigs becomes the norm?


Les avatars virtuels donnent de la voix dans l'industrie musicale

Les singes blasés du Bored Ape Yacht Club ne manquent pas d'ambition. Après avoir conquis le monde des NFT, le collectif s'associe avec le label 10:22PM pour monter son propre groupe. Mais ils ne sont pas les seuls dans l'industrie musicale à parier sur les artistes virtuels.

La Depeche

Por qué Spotify eliminó el botón de reproducción aleatoria a petición de Adele

Adele convenció a Spotify de que eliminar la función de reproducción aleatoria de los álbumes.


How AI is changing music as we know it

Producers, musicians and software engineers discuss the making of the next pop artist: A robot.


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