Technologies and media

70 Years Ago, LP Records Changed Music Industry

At the time, the LP was a new kind of record that let people listen to longer pieces of music. And it changed the way people listened to music.

VOA

Internet, le grand moulin à paroles

De plus en plus complets, les sites compilant les «lyrics» de chansons font florès. A leur tête, Genius va plus loin : le site annote, analyse et décortique les titres, faisant d’eux des objets d’étude.

Libération

Before Spotify: The Player Piano

Long before Spotify, iPods, CDs, tapes and vinyl, there was another way to hear your favorite music outside of the concert hall without playing it yourself: the player piano.

WQXR

Fans Don’t Access Live Music Experiences, They Own Them

If emerging ticketing technologies start to gain wider adoption, the artist/fan relationship could benefit as a result.

HypeBot

The MP3 Player 2.0

Wearables are making music as convenient as the days of the iPod Nano.

Slate

Midemlab 2018 pitches

20 music/tech startups are finalists in this year’s Midemlab contest at the Midem conference in Cannes.

MusicAlly

Comment écoutera-t-on la musique en 2028 ?

La technologie de demain permettra-t-elle une écoute différente de la musique, plus qualitative ?

France Musique

Measuring emotional connections to music

As someone who has written hundreds of reviews based on listening sessions conducted in my home, in bricks-and-mortar shops, in manufacturers demo rooms, and in more hotel rooms at trade shows than I could possibly count, measurements never really meant a lot to me from a listening standpoint.

Inner Fidelity

5 Midemlab music tech startups to watch

The annual Midemlab startup competition in Cannes attracted another strong lineup of music-related companies that are targeting an industry undergoing massive disruption.

Venture Beat


Share |

Additional information

This website uses Google Analytics. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. You may refuse the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser. Read More