Technologies and media

Audiosocket Aims to Reduce YouTube Copyright Conflicts

YouTube's Content ID system flags content that have multiple copyright claims, but leaves it up to the claimants to resolve those conflicts among themselves.

Billboard

What Does A Song That Costs $5 Sound Like?

Last week, Sony Corporation announced a new line of high-end audio components that promise to deliver a better online audio experience.

NPR

Universal Music Launches uDiscover Spotify App

Universal Music has launched the uDiscover Spotify app, joining a slew of other record labels that have also developed their own Spotify app.

Billboard

With Its New Licensing Service, Feed.fm Aims To Spread Music Across The Web

Feed.fm just launched at Disrupt SF as part of the Startup Battlefield — and if the service takes off, you may soon be hearing a lot more music on your favorite websites and apps.

Tech Crunch

Saving Classical Music: An App for That?

Arts education is fighting for survival. Critics warn about the "graying" of audiences. Nevertheless, recent news items also hint at a possible countertrend.

The Wall Street Journal

Edinburgh's crowdsourced symphony made with MIT apps

Edinburgh is about to host the first performance of Festival City - Europe's first symphony to be composed using crowdsourced sounds and arrangements suggested by the public via specially-created computer apps.

BBC

MinorSociety.com Offers Struggling Musicians New Income Opportunity

A US based accomplished Piano player has announced the impending launch of an online social media platform, designed exclusively for teaching and learning music through a cutting edge web-based approach.

Online PR News

Neil Young's Pono Music Service Illustrates Hi-Def Audio's Problems

There's widespread industry speculation that Neil Young's dream of a higher quality consumer music service is slowly getting closer, although a launch date is still nowhere in sight.

Forbes

A Unique Digital Music Service, For Locals Only

Iowa City librarian Jason Paulios pulls out his smartphone, enters his library-card number and begins downloading an album by local metal band Blizzard at Sea.

NPR


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