Technologies and media

Samsung Created an App to Help Visually Impaired People Read Music While Learning to Play Guitar

Learning to play guitar poses unique challenges for sight-impaired people. Their practice sessions are frequently interrupted as they refer to braille instruction books for the correct chord progressions.

AD Week

'The Roaring Crowdfund' Explores The Wonderful World Of Music Crowdfunding

Healy gains insights from execs at the three major crowdfunding platforms, as well as musicians who have had crowdfunding experiences.


All the weird, innovative and dystopian new audio tech we’ll be using in 2019

So what does the next year of music technology look like?


Avec 360 Reality Audio, Sony met de la 3D dans la musique

La firme japonaise a dévoilé un nouveau format audio nommé 360 Reality Audio qui spatialise la musique pour une immersion inégalée. Un projet ambitieux qui suppose le développement d'une chaîne complète depuis la création et la production musicale jusqu'aux appareils de lecture.

Futura Tech

This double bass breaks apart for travel

We've seen many variations on the theme, including a folder from Fender, a strange Strat from Traveler and a novel cross-shaped plank. But what if you played a double bass?

New Atlas

Mauritania's musical tradition kept alive by the internet

Musicians of local instrument, the ardine, rely on the internet to spread their cultural music.


Musicians confront the hologram question

Bringing back late guitarist Jeff Healey as a hologram might seem like sacrilege to many of his fans, but the possibility intrigued one of his former bandmates.

The Star

Lice In The Fur Of The Big: The Joys Of Concertzender

Max Roach. Contemporary Korean music. Electronic female artists from around the globe. Artie Shaw. Italian “infernal industrial” band Satanismo. Schnittke and Ustvolskaya. “Theremin genius” Dr. Samuel J. Hoffman. Bach. Abbey Lincoln. Gregorian Chant. Songs by Kurt Weill.

3 Quarks Daily

Même les instruments de musique ont droit à un assistant intelligent

L'assistant intelligent Alexa a été intégré au nouveau piano de Roland, GO:PIANO. Pourquoi ? Tout simplement pour que les musiciens puissent modifier les réglages du son ou accéder à différentes fonctionnalités sans avoir à lâcher les touches.

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