Technologies and media

How to Buy the Best Home Recording Studio Equipment

With an endless amount of gear out there, setting up your first home studio can seem like a daunting task. But it doesn’t have to be.

Pitchfork

Retrouver une chanson en la fredonnant, c'est maintenant possible

Parmi les nouvelles fonctionnalités de l'assistant virtuel de Google, baptisé Google Assistant, un outil permet de retrouver l'air d'une musique en vous écoutant la chanter.

Actu

TikTok: cómo funciona la nueva máquina de exitos musicales

La app de videos virales impulsa artistas y hits con cifras astronómicas. ¿Tendrá el poder para también sostenerlos en el tiempo?

La Nación

Artificial Intelligence: A New Genre of Music

While music tech companies - like Tencent backed Joox, QQ Music, KKBox, etc - seem to have different value propositions, in terms of the myriad of regional music offered to the listeners, the monetization models, etc.; they all sing one same song today.
And that is the song of AI.

Entepreneur

'If you steal music, you aren't a real music fan'

File-sharing sites like The Pirate Bay were widely used to illegally download music, but they have waned in popularity thanks to successful efforts to shut them down. However, they have been replaced by websites and apps that allow users to download music taken from licensed streaming sites including YouTube and Spotify.

BBC

Björk et Microsoft se servent de l’IA pour faire évoluer une œuvre musicale

Björk aime jouer avec les nouvelles technologies pour exprimer sa musique de façon plus inventive. Aujourd’hui elle décide d’aller encore plus loin en s’associant avec Microsoft dans le cadre du projet « Kórsafn ».

Siècle Digital

Ricky Martin espera llevar el sonido a otro nivel con su Music Lab

Tras conocer sus recientes nominaciones al Latin Grammy, Ricky Martin lanza Martin Music Lab, un estudio en el que planea desarrollar la innovadora tecnología de sonido Orbital Sound, incluida en la versión para audífonos de su álbum nominado “Pausa”.

Los Angeles Times

Orchestral manoeuvres in a car park: does drive-in opera hit the high notes?

John Lennon once asked the people in the cheap seats to clap and the others to rattle their jewellery. Here, cyclists clap, motorists honk.

The Guardian

Has Music Become a Disposable Commodity?

Our relationship to recorded sound has changed a lot. So has the way we listeners interact with the artists we're most devoted to.

WQXR


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