Technologies and media

Music Technology of the 1970s: A Timeline

Mind-warping synthesizers! The Walkman! Karaoke! Looking back at the ’70s innovations that shaped how people created and listened to music throughout the decade and beyond.

Pitchfork

From Jingles to Pop Hits, A.I. Is Music to Some Ears

Having machines write music is not new. In the 1950s, the composer Lejaren Hiller used a computer to produce the “Illiac” Suite for string quartet, the first computer-generated score.

The New York Times

For dramatic VR to succeed, music must become the director

We’ve all experienced music’s power to change our mood or drum up feelings of nostalgia, fear or excitement.

Tech Crunch

What happens when algorithms design a concert hall?

The most interesting thing about Herzog and De Meuron’s newly opened concert hall, the Elbphilharmonie, isn’t its wave-like facade, which rises above the city of Hamburg, Germany.

Wired

iMuze transforme la musique en algorithme

«De la même manière qu'Amazon propose des ressources informatiques à la demande, iMuze offre des services de composition de musiques à la demande."

Entreprendre

The Basslet wearable lets you feel the music like you’re at the club

When you walk into a loud party or a club, you don't just hear the music, you feel it in your body.

The Verge

2017 promises to be a year of VR and high-tech music

Social media, virtual reality, smarter smartphones and increasingly digital entertainment will continue to trend in 2017. It's not even a question.

The Star

Is technology changing our relationship with music?

Technology has helped drive the popularity of music festivals, while also revising the experiences people have with live music, according to Brian Moon.

Futurity

La Norvège, premier pays à éteindre sa radio FM

Mercredi, les premiers transmetteurs diffusant les cinq réseaux nationaux FM seront débranchés, l'opération devant s'achever en décembre.

Les Echos


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