Technologies and media

La música antes de internet

Hubo un tiempo, no hace tanto, en el que acceder a la música era casi una aventura. No lo teníamos todo tan fácil, tan inmediato, tan al alcance; tan “I want it all and I want it now”, en palabras de Queen.

Wiki Rock

The lost instruments of Teotihuacan will soon be heard again

One afternoon last December Arnd Adje Both, a researcher at Huddersfield University, in Britain, stood on top of the Pyramid of the Moon at Teotihuacan, in Mexico, and blew into a conch-shell trumpet, sounding a note that echoed in the plaza far below.

The Economist

Why musicians are switching to Twitch to broadcast from home

A growing number of other DJs and musicians are giving the app a shot, with individual artists offering at-home performances to their fans.

The Guardian

What Did Bach Sound Like to Bach?

It’s commonly believed that space—and the sounds it reflects, dampens, or amplifies—affects composers, not unlike the way natural light is thought to have influenced the compositions of the Impressionists or the physical quirks of celluloid film shaped the work of Hollywood filmmakers.


Spotify busca añadir videos a la música

Según esta información, Spotify podría querer seguir los pasos de YouTube Music y desarrollar un nuevo reproductor de video en la interfaz de usuario “Now Playing”.

El Litoral

Minecraft va accueillir un vrai festival de musique électronique

Le célèbre jeu vidéo Minecraft accueillera du 25 au 28 juin le tout premier festival virtuel de 4 jours avec près de 40 scènes.

Trax Mag

20 things we’ve learned about Music Live Streaming

In the past few weeks I’ve been asked what it’s like working with live streams (particularly paid ones). Getting your event in front of the right fans amidst the current Live Stream clutter is as important as ever.


New COVID-19 Protective Suit Designed Specifically for Concerts and Festivals

Featuring a N95 filter, LED lights, and a snap-in canister for drinking and vaping.

Consequence of Sound

Online platform spotlights underground Arab music

Cube Sessions offers performances and interviews with prominent underground artists, all staged from within a cube-shaped, neon-lit metal scaffold.

The Daily Star

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