Technologies and media

Can you Spotify classical music?

Spotify is changing how people experience their favourite music online. But is it useful for classical music fans?

Limelight

Streaming Services Have 99 Problems. And They Are...

This may be the year that streaming music slayed the download. But can streaming overcome its worst enemy, itself?

Digital Music News

'Staggering' digital folk music archive launched

The Full English, an online folk music archive of 44,000 records and over 58,000 digitised images, is launched with special concert at the English Folk Dance and Song Society.

The Telegraph

A New Service for Collecting Royalties From YouTube

Last week, TuneCore co-founders Jeff Price and Peter Wells announced the launch of Audiam — a new service designed to help artists make money off their music when it's part of user-uploaded content on YouTube.

The Future of Music Coalition

Leading Jazz Musicians Perform on Unique iOS Music App - SessionBand Jazz

UK Music Apps Ltd this week launched a special jazz edition of its SessionBand app for iPhone and iPad featuring four of the world's most sought-after jazz musicians.

Canada Newswire

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


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