Technologies and media

Frettable : une application pour transcrire cet extraordinaire solo avant de l’oublier

Combien de fois avons-nous entendu un guitariste dire à un autre qui est en train de jouer un air ou une chanson : « Montre-moi ton manche ». Le tour est joué, et on voit l’autre faire sa séquence d’accords et on embarque.

Radio Canada International

Humtap expands into Arabic music generation

Humtap, an innovative music generation Artificial Intelligence (AI) start-up, is expanding into creating Arabic and Middle Eastern music - a pioneering achievement in the field.

Trade Arabia

How to Make Your Music Streaming Experience More Social

When the music-focused social network Cymbal launched in 2015, the service promised to be a hub for music junkies to share their favorite artists and flaunt their great taste.


Mind-reading A.I. algorithm can work out what music is playing in your head

Most of us have used apps like Shazam, which can identify songs when we hold up our phone up to a speaker. But what if it was possible for an app to identify a piece of music based on nothing more than your thought patterns. Impossible?

Digital Trends

ABBA reunite for new music, hologram tour

Digital versions of ABBA will perform the group's new songs as part of a TV broadcast set to air later this year.

Consequence of Sound

«Hello World», premier album de musique composé avec l'aide de l'IA

Hello World est le nom du premier album « multi artistes » composé à l’aide d’un système d’intelligence artificielle. Cette collaboration entre l’humain et une IA est une première mondiale, annonce la plateforme musicale suédoise Spotify.


Musiio uses AI to help the music industry curate tracks more efficiently

A former streaming industry exec and an AI specialist walk into a bar... they leave starting an AI company for the music industry.

Tech Crunch

Why did the Instagram of music fail?

We talk to Charlie Kaplan, the CEO of Cymbal, a social music app, about why his company is shutting down and why it’s so hard to make a sticky social music experience.

The Verge

DAB radio was the future … until live streaming and podcasts arrived

Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) radio was billed as a transformative technology that would revolutionise the industry when the first services went on the air in the mid-1990s.

The Conversation

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