Technologies and media

On The Stradivarius Myth

In 2011, the Stradivarius violin known as the “Lady Blunt” sold for $15.9 million—four times the amount for any previous Stradivarius.

Pieces of History

Google’s AI invents sounds humans have never heard before

The idea is that NSynth, which Google first discussed in a blog post last month, will provide musicians with an entirely new range of tools for making music.

Wired

Creative engineering and what broadcasters can learn from the music industry

Advances in technology mean that broadcast engineers have an increasingly important role to play in aiding the creative process.

IBC

5 start-up qui réinventent l’écoute de la musique

Qui sont les nouveaux acteurs de ce secteur qui renoue progressivement avec la croissance?

French Web

Raise Your Hand If You Still Like Music Downloads

Music downloading is far from dead, according to a just-released study. In fact, offline listening is far more common than streaming online. But what’s keeping this format alive?

Digital Music News

It’s time for Spotify to stop capping how much music you can save

Despite years of user complaints, song libraries remain limited to 10,000 songs.

The Verge

Commonly Confused Terms In Music, Audio

Once upon a time, remixing a song meant actually redoing the mix.

HypeBot

What Do Phones and Music Have in Common?

Audio data converter products are evolving based on the needs of the consumer electronics segment.

Electronic Design

For Video Soundtracks, Computers Are The New Composers

Even some corporate giants, like Google and IBM, are developing music composition programs.

NPR


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