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Technologies and media

The history of breaks in music production

We trace the influence of breaks in music-making from the birth of hip-hop through breakbeat hardcore, rave, jungle and DnB.

Music Radar

The future of AI in music is now

Music has forever been moved by technology — from the invention of the phonograph, to Bob Dylan pivoting from acoustic to electric guitar, to the ubiquity of streaming platforms and, most recently, an ambitious attempt at crossing AI with commercial music.

Grid

Has streaming made it harder to discover new music?

Services such as Spotify and Apple Music give us access to the entire history of popular songs. But has that access made us lazy listeners? And could TikTok or TV really help us rediscover our passion for discovery?

The Guardian

Deezer offre la possibilité de trouver un titre en le fredonnant

Deezer vient d’annoncer l’arrivée d’une grande nouveauté sur SongCatcher, son service proche de Shazam, pour retrouver un son. Une nouvelle fonctionnalité pour identifier un titre musical de la plus simple des manières arrive. 

Presse Citron

La radio y la música: el origen de los DJ

Si la radio permitió un medio de difusión musical que no existía hasta el momento, el aparato que generó una verdadera revolución fue el tocadiscos.

Onda Cero

Is there a green solution to the vinyl record backlog?

The backlog in the vinyl industry since the pandemic began means that artists and some music fans are having to wait around a year to receive their records.

BBC

How fashion, TikTok and Kpop are helping classical music find a new audience

Indeed, for years it’s been a returning theme to declare classical music dead, opera houses having trouble filling their seats and it’s been argued that children are not interested in learning an actual instrument when computers exist.

The Line of Best Fit

A ‘Virtual Rapper’ Was Fired

Young people are increasingly at ease consuming culture via digital avatars or made with artificial intelligence. Should the same moral guidelines and laws apply to those works?

The New York Times

«Comme si la musique s’emparait de nous» : dans cette piscine, on teste une technologie unique au monde

Écouter de la musique dans l’eau, cela paraît banal. Mais aucune enceinte au monde ne permet d’obtenir une qualité égale à celle du son dans l’air... À l’exception de la technologie actuellement développée par Ocean’s Arise, une entreprise basée dans l’Oise. Plusieurs nageurs ont testé cette expérience innovante et surprenante.

Le Parisien


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