Technologies and media

The Walkman, Forty Years On

Even prior to extended quarantines, lockdowns, and self-isolation, it was hard to imagine life without the electronic escapes of noise-cancelling earbuds, smartphones, and tablets.

The New Yorker

Sony Music Brazil launches accelerator program to drive AI developments

Sony Music Brazil will work with a number of companies in the Brazilian developer and start up communities to explore how technology can accelerate the growth of music consumption in Brazil.

Music Business Worldwide

Rise of the Maschines: The history of the Native Instruments’ production system

It’s one of the world’s most widely-used music technology workstations, and with the advent of the newly launched Maschine +, now a completely self-sufficient way of making music without the need for a computer.


The Sinister Grift of Spotify’s “2020 Wrapped”

You’re not going to believe this, but I know someone who is in the top 1 percent of all Taylor Swift fans. Spotify told her that, of the millions of people who listen to Swift on the service, my friend listens to her more than just about all.


C’est ainsi que Google sait quelle chanson vous fredonnez

Mais quelle est vraiment cette magie? À travers son blog sur l’intelligence artificielle, Google a voulu nous expliquer plus en détail comment fonctionnent leurs systèmes en charge d’identifier les chansons en fonction des sons que nous produisons.

Marseille News

La música busca en la tecnología un salvavidas con el que sobrevivir a la pandemia

Con festivales cancelados, conciertos bajo mínimos y salas cerradas por el coronavirus, innovaciones como el ‘streaming’ en directo y las experiencias inmersivas dominan la industria.


'A gamechanger for musicians': app offers library of interactive sheet music

Classical musicians will have access to a huge library of interactive sheet music via a groundbreaking app that leading cultural figures say has the potential to revolutionise music-making.

The Guardian

Touch Training Technology Shows Promise for Making Sweet Piano Music

Haptic training could help expert musicians and top athletes break through their performance ceilings.

Inside Science

'It's the screams of the damned!' The eerie AI world of deepfake music

Artificial intelligence is being used to create new songs seemingly performed by Frank Sinatra and other dead stars. ‘Deepfakes’ are cute tricks – but they could change pop for ever.

The Guardian

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