Technologies and media

Robots Can Make Music, but Can They Sing?

At an international competition called the A.I. Song Contest, tracks exploring the technology as a tool for music making revealed the potential — and the limitations.

The New York Times

Le mobile a-t-il sauvé l’industrie musicale ?

Si les années 80 et 90 auront été plutôt fastes pour l’industrie musicale avec notamment le succès mondial des platines laser et du CD, l’arrivée d’internet et des premières plates-formes P2P comme Napster, Kazaa ou Emule ont été une catastrophe, entraînant une baisse brutale et durable de son chiffre d’affaires.

Ecran Mobile

Un generador de letras con conexión emocional para música en vivo

Investigadores de la Universidad de Waterloo han desarrollado LyricJam, un sistema computacional avanzado que puede generar letras para música instrumental en vivo.

Europa Press

Listen to music and more with bone conduction technology

Bone conduction has many advantages. Above all, it can be less tiring and less harsh on the ears than traditional headphones or earpieces.

The Star

Global Music Vault: Bóveda almacenará la música del mundo

El proyecto busca resguardar música por al menos 1.000 años en una bóveda subterránea entre Noruega y el Polo Norte.

Concierto

Why vinyl makes a perfectly imperfect format for discovering classical music

In my mid-’90s crate-digging days, vinyl records were experiencing the very first tremors in what would, by the aughts, become a substantial comeback — one that is still ramping up.

The Washington Post

What Will Happen to My Music Library When Spotify Dies?

If your entire collection is on a streaming service, good luck accessing it in 10 or 20 years.

The Atlantic

Pour traquer les tubes de demain, l’industrie musicale s’essaie à l'intelligence artificielle

Afin de suivre au mieux les tendances musicales, les majors font appel aux IA pour repérer les étoiles montantes sur les réseaux sociaux.

L'ADN

Norwegian Firm Creating Doomsday Vault For Music Recordings

An arctic island near the North Pole will play host to music from the Beatles to indigenous tribes — for at least 1,000 years.

Billboard


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