Technologies and media

Sony lance 360 Reality Audio pour vous faire vivre la musique à 360 degrés

Il s'agit d'une nouvelle expérience musicale offerte par le géant nippon ayant pour objectif de vous plonger dans un univers sonore à 360 degrés.

HD Numérique

Cassettes Are Back, and It’s Not About the Music

The technology may be obsolete, but it’s associated with attractive stories that the streaming generation wants to try on.


After a False Start, Spotify Quietly Expands Music Sharing Into Facebook Stories

It’s unclear how potent this sharing vehicle will be for artists, though a lot depends on whether a group’s fans are using Facebook. Spotify, of course, is touting the big benefits.

Digital Music News

Classical streaming has arrived. How do the new services stack up?

The history of classical music is that of progress, be it advancements in harmony and form, the invention and development of instruments, or the technological innovations of recording and broadcasting.

Los Angeles Times

Generative Music Apps Let Your Phone Write Songs for You

Who needs Spotify playlists? These apps create truly endless tunes to match whatever mood you desire.


Spotify et les images numériques, précurseurs d’un retour des vinyles et des photos en papier

Le retour des disques en vinyle, à une époque de musique en ligne et d’écoute sur le web, est en fait l’histoire de la façon dont l’innovation peut favoriser une nouvelle jeunesse d’anciennes technologies, affirment des spécialistes de la culture et des sociologues.


We won't be listening to music in a decade

Depending on who you ask, the advantage of technology based on artificial or machine intelligence could be a topsy-turvy funhouse mirror world — even in some very fundamental ways.

Tech Crunch

‘If You Can Get Famous Easily, You’re Gonna Do It’: How TikTok Took Over Music

In just 12 months, the video app TikTok has transformed from a curio to a service mentioned in the same breath as YouTube.

Rolling Stones

Neil Young’s Lonely Quest to Save Music

He says low-quality streaming is hurting our songs and our brains. Is he right?

The New York Times

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