Technologies and media

YouTube: the un-destruction of classical music

Before a few days ago, Krystian Zimerman had barely come onto my classical music radar. Shocking, I know, to overlook a man many regard as the world's finest living pianist.

Limelight

The future of music: technology is amazing, but 'music's a human thing'

Edinburgh-born Peter Gregson is a cellist, composer and founder of the Electric Creative Colab, a body that aims to foster collaborations between the arts and technology.

The Guardian

Spinlet Partners with Etisalat Nigeria on Innovative Digital Music App

Spinlet, the premier international mobile music download service bringing digital distribution to emerging markets in Africa, is announcing a groundbreaking partnership with Etisalat Nigeria to create Nigeria's first branded Spinlet music application.

Information Week

Stanford X-ray reveals long-lost notes of historic opera

Hidden for two centuries, concealed notes of a historic opera have been revealed, thanks to the X-ray vision at Stanford University's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory.

Mercury News

Why iRadio Could Be a Hit for Apple and a Dud for Big Music

It took a while, but Apple is finally ready to announce its iRadio service. It should get a formal introduction at Apple's WWDC event today, and a launch later this year.

All Things Digital

Slacker launches ‘EQ Score’ as substitute for traditional music charts

"Top 40 charts were designed for your mom," chirps the press release for US personal radio service Slacker's new feature: the Slacker EQ Score.

Musically

Free Music Is Better Because It’s Free

Free music has changed the way we consume music, but does it also affect the way we experience it?

Pacific Standard

Great Examples of Intrigue and Multichannel Marketing From the World of Music

As an avid record collector and music enthusiast, I'm always excited to learn about new albums from my favorite artists, and I love the thrill of an upcoming release.

Direct Marketing News

Music has died now I've thrown away my CDs and only listen on my laptop

Last night I dreamed I bought a stereo. It cost £400 and looked like a pile of silver bricks from 1985, a big old Metal Mickey of a thing. Oh, but the sound.

The Guardian


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