Technologies and media

Freesound iniciates the Freesound Licensing

A grant promoted by Mozilla, Creative Commons and Coil, which will allow creators who put their content on Freesound to earn revenue by licensing beyond what is allowed by the original Creative Commons restrictions.

Eureka Alert

Les grandes tendances qui vont s’imposer en 2021

Malgré la pandémie de la Covid-19, 2020 a été une année riche en événements dans le domaine de la musique. Que nous réserve ce secteur pour 2021 ?


Del Walkman a los AirPods: la historia de la música portátil

Han pasado más de 40 años desde la aparición del Walkman, el primer dispositivo para escuchar música sin cables. La tecnología ha evolucionado hasta los actuales auriculares inalámbricos.


Tech Terms That Should Be Banned In 2021

For those who have been operating in the music/tech sphere for the past year or so, there are few words and phrases that have hit a saturation point, and everyone is sick of hearing. Here, we look at a list terms that need a little time off from the lexicon.


Yamaha’s DX7 synthesiser changed modern music

How a single instrument defined the 1980s and beyond.

The Economist

Guide To Networking Online In Today’s Music Industry

Networking can be a challenging at the best of times, and when an industry is forced to go completely virtual it becomes harder than ever. Here we explore what networking actually means, and how to pull it off successfully online.


Des morceaux inédits d'Elvis Presley ou de Michael Jackson ? Voici venue l'ère étrange des deepfakes audio

Faire revivre Ella Fitzgerald ou Elvis Presley grâce à l’intelligence artificielle, c’est amusant, mais qu’est-ce que cela implique pour l’industrie musicale ?


Algoritmos para predecir los éxitos musicales

Un sistema de inteligencia artificial es capaz de acertar qué canciones llegarán al número uno de las listas.

La Vanguardia

The Walkman, Forty Years On

Even prior to extended quarantines, lockdowns, and self-isolation, it was hard to imagine life without the electronic escapes of noise-cancelling earbuds, smartphones, and tablets.

The New Yorker

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