Technologies and media

Google launched a simple browser-based sequencer for making music

A browser-based experience, Song Maker is a sequencer that allows you to program loops for two different instruments of your choosing, then save it or send to someone else for collaboration.

The Verge

Is the internet actually benefiting the music industry?

For some counter-culture genres of music, the digital revolution has been a blessing as well as a curse.

New Statesman

Spotify’s scary mind-reading ways to serve you music

Spotify’s Discover Weekly playlist has an uncanny understanding of its users tastes.

The Irish Times

Un piano joue tout seul en suivant les gestes d'un danseur

Grâce à des capteurs, un piano joue seul en suivant les gestes d'un danseur.

France Musique

The coolest music gadgets at NAMM 2018

Anaheim’s National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) show featured plenty of traditional instruments, but as always, there was also a lot of cool music tech.

The Verge

Mobile music-making: the best new music apps

Five years ago, apps were being heralded as a potential future for cultural publishing.


How 5G could change everything from music to medicine

The lightning quick "next generation" wireless technology is expected to power self-driving cars, virtual reality, smart cities and networked robots.


How Virtual Assistants Have Taken Over the Music Industry and Beyond

Virtual assistants are a ripple in the unstoppable wave of automation.


Qwant Music : la révolution de la musique en streaming se prépare

Tout l'univers d'un artiste rassemblé sur une seule page : c'est le principe de Qwant Music.

France 3

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