Technologies and media

Esta tecnología convierte el papel normal en un reproductor de música interactivo

Imagina convertir una hoja convencional de papel o cartón en un material impermeable, interactivo y capaz de recolectar energía o reproducir música.

TIC Beat

Inside Youtube’s Artist Analytics Tool With Music In Mind

YouTube’s incredible reach makes it a must for artists looking to expand the community and fanbase. Recognizing this, the popular video-sharing platform recently rolled out a new Artist Analytics tool, designed to help musicians better track their performance.


Why SEO Is Vital For Musicians In 2020

SEO should always be an important marketing strategy for musicians — but thanks to the uncertain times we’re going through in 2020, it has become more important than ever. That’s especially true for “DIY musicians,” who are trying to be seen and heard on their own.

Music Think Tank

This piano doesn’t have any black keys. How will it sound?

A full-size grand piano has 52 white and 36 black keys. But what would happen if you took away all the accidentals?

Classic FM

Triller, la «petite» appli musicale qui vient concurrencer le géant chinois TikTok

L’application franco-américaine, qui a levé 28 millions de dollars en octobre, a récemment reçu le soutien d’artistes internationaux tels que The Weeknd ou Snoop Dogg.

Le Figaro

Facebook contra YouTube: llegan los vídeos de música oficiales

Facebook finalmente se sube al carro musical. Después de años en los que jugaba con cierta desventaja frente a otras plataformas, al fin permitirá que los usuarios de su red social disfruten de las canciones de sus artistas favoritos a través de los vídeos musicales oficiales y sin ningún tipo de impedimento.

El Output

Fenix blockchain launches music platform to bring fans and indie bands together

Fenix, a startup empowering independent artists and fans with blockchain distributed ledger technology, today announced the launch of its blockchain-based platform intended to give indie musicians a fighting chance.

Silicon Angle

This is how COVID-19 has changed media habits in each generation

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to wreak havoc across the globe, people’s time that would have otherwise been spent perusing malls or going to live events, is now being spent on the sofa.

World Economic Forum

Concerts Aren’t Back. Livestreams Are Ubiquitous. Can They Do the Job?

With no return date for shows in sight, fans and artists are adapting to a new way of experiencing music together. Whether it’ll keep everyone satisfied — and paid — is still unclear.

The New York Times

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