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¿Te gusta la música? Spotify venderá canciones como NFT

A lo largo de los últimos meses hemos leído y escuchado multitud de información relacionada con los conocidos como No Fungibles Tokens o NFT.

Soft Zone

60 years of the synth: the '70s

The 70s is the decade when this new musical synth technology began to really find its feet. Granted, it was still an incredibly expensive preoccupation, but synthesiser development continued with the American companies leading the charge, while new horizons appeared from the east.

Music Radar

Spotify experimenting with new feature for artists' NFTs

Spotify is testing a new feature where artists can display their NTFs (Non-Fungible Tokens) on the platform.

EuroNews

Shuffled By the iPod

The iPod is leaving the market, which means that now’s as good a time as any to consider the many audio players it vanquished along the way.

Tedium

L’intelligence artificielle : la technologie qui va révolutionner la musique assistée par ordinateur

La musique assistée par ordinateur, ou MAO, est utilisée par tous les compositeurs de musique (ou presque) aujourd’hui. Une des technologies qui est en train de révolutionner la discipline, c’est sans aucun doute l’intelligence artificielle : voici pourquoi.

Rotek

TikTok revoluciona la industria de la música: de lanzadera para talentos a altavoz para todas las generaciones

La red social permite acercar a artistas y fans de una forma natural y cercana. El 80% de sus usuarios afirman que es su lugar favorito para descubrir música nueva.

La Sexta

There's a new music format that aims to deliver "the pinnacle of sound"

The format combines some of the materials used in both vinyl and CDs to create durable, one-of-a-kind analogue discs. Yes, really.

What Hi-Fi?

How tech is amplifying Nigerian music

Nigeria’s creative economy is big and growing all the time. In fact, it contributed more than $10bn to the country’s GDP in 2021, having grown more than 4% year-on-year.

Music in Africa

100-Year-Old Music Recordings Can Now Be Heard for the First Time

If you were listening to recorded music around the turn of the twentieth century, you listened to it on cylinders. Not that anyone alive today was listening to recorded music back then, and much of it has since been lost.

Open Culture


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