Technologies and media

The coolest music gadgets at NAMM 2018

Anaheim’s National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) show featured plenty of traditional instruments, but as always, there was also a lot of cool music tech.

The Verge

Mobile music-making: the best new music apps

Five years ago, apps were being heralded as a potential future for cultural publishing.


How 5G could change everything from music to medicine

The lightning quick "next generation" wireless technology is expected to power self-driving cars, virtual reality, smart cities and networked robots.


How Virtual Assistants Have Taken Over the Music Industry and Beyond

Virtual assistants are a ripple in the unstoppable wave of automation.


Qwant Music : la révolution de la musique en streaming se prépare

Tout l'univers d'un artiste rassemblé sur une seule page : c'est le principe de Qwant Music.

France 3

Musicoin: Could It Revolutionise the Music Industry?

Musicoin ($MUSIC), a free-to-stream distributed ledger technology solution to issues pervading the modern music industry, is an ambitious project – so much so that its current white paper has the coin’s fourth stage of development titled as ‘Life on Mars’.

Market Mogul

War against the machines: how ai is changing the way we make music

AI has increasingly become associated with modernity and the age of convenience. While sophisticated Artificial Intelligence has been, until recent years, only a speculative feature of science fiction, it now drives our cars, provides us with medical diagnoses and plays—and conquers—the world’s greatest chess masters.

Electronic Beats

Spotify adds songwriter credits to desktop platform

Desktop users of Spotify are now able to right-click on a track and select ‘Show Credits’ from the options menu for information on performers, songwriters and producers.

Music Business Worldwide

Why Building More Rights Databases Won't Solve The Music Industry Metadata Problem

We are all aware of the music industry’s metadata problem. Many collecting societies and publishers estimate that about 25 % of music publishing revenue doesn't make it to its rightful owners due to lack of accurate metadata, and the industry is scrambling to find a viable solution.


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