Technologies and media

The father of electronic music’s lost instrument has finally been built

Pentagram partner Yuri Suzuki has created the first working version of Raymond Scott’s mythic self-generating music machine.

Fast Company

Which music identification service should you use?

In that market, SoundHound and Shazam are the two most well-known music id'ing apps. But which one is better?


'You're Probably Going To Be Replaced'

"AI is something that our business relies on today for organization, recommendation and search. There are 20,000 new tracks uploaded to Spotify every day, do you seriously think that humans are listening to every track and categorizing them?"


10 European music tech startups to look out for in 2019

Technology has revolutionised the music industry and the way we interact with it on daily basis. From the way music is created to daily insights about your song’s popularity, tech has disrupted music, and is bringing new benefits to musicians.

EU Startups

Imogen Heap’s musical gloves are finally available to everyone

Inspired by MIT's Elly Jessop, and Max Matthews before that, Heap's gloves enable electronic musicians to step out from behind their banks of gear to actually perform to their audience.


Le retour en grâce du vinyle concerne-t-il aussi la musique classique ?

Qui aurait pu parier sur un tel retour gagnant du disque vinyle, ne serait-ce il y a 5 ans seulement ?

France Musique

An economist explains what digital technology means for the future of popular culture

In the early days of file-sharing and the internet, experts worried that technology would gut the creative industries, leaving consumers with fewer (and lower-quality) choices than ever before.


Why We Need A Conscious Music Tech Revolution Now!

The context now is right for startups to innovate in music. There are companies in the music space which are beginning to turn a profit and the digital music market is maturing.


Why the music industry needs the video gaming industry’s help to scale virtual concerts

Marshmello’s concert in Fortnite may have happened over two months ago, but it continues to be on the tip of the music industry’s tongue as a groundbreaking precedent for how music and gaming will converge in artists’ careers.

Music Business Worldwide

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