Technologies and media

Contre le streaming, une réaction en blockchain

La technologie des «tokens non-fongibles» s’invite, via des pionniers, dans la production musicale. Une façon de pérenniser l’archivage des œuvres et surtout d’imaginer pour la consommation numérique de la musique un biotope plus vivable pour les artistes, en impliquant davantage leur communauté.


Cómo escuchar música de forma analítica

Permanecer alerta para intentar identificar las características del dispositivo que estamos probando es una estrategia acertada, pero también es importante dejarnos guiar por una metodología que nos ayude a extraer conclusiones lo más objetivas posible de una actividad que es eminentemente subjetiva.


Tech Tent: Is AI music the best medicine?

Ever tried to relax after a stressful day by putting on some music - a little Mozart, some gentle jazz - or perhaps a little Natalie Imbruglia? Well, now a start-up tech company says it is proving that the right playlist can have medical benefits.


If classical music keeps one thing from the pandemic, let it be the opera short

Refreshing browsers might not be any substitute for raising curtains, but in this extended meantime, the nascent promise of the opera short has offered Bryce-Davis and others necessary space, both to keep their audiences engaged and the art form alive.

The Washington Post

Musiques avec électronique : la peur du bug

Fragilisée par une notation problématique et par l’obsolescence des outils informatiques, la transmission des œuvres mixtes suscite l’inquiétude des compositeurs.

Le Monde

Spotify: ¿Otra plataforma de música será su competencia?

Una nueva aplicación para música adelanta al gigante en África y podría competirle mano a mano en un futuro no muy lejano.


TikTok launches music station on iHeartRadio, TikTok Trending

TikTok is ramping up its musical push, launching a pop-up music station on the Australian Radio Network’s (ARN) iHeartRadio.

The Music Network

TechnologyMusic and tech team up to cut the milliseconds

To recreate the experience of performing together live when artists and audiences are apart, a collective effort has been under way to reduce the lag between a sound being produced and being heard, known as latency.


Are platforms like BandLab changing the world of music production?

There’s no longer a need to be in a professional studio to learn music production, or to shell out money for expensive equipment. To make great beats, all that’s required is headphones and patience. In the case of social music platform BandLab, all you need is an internet connection.


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