Technologies and media

The Battle Between Technology and Music

Technology and music have evolved greatly both simultaneously and interdependently. In music production, technological advances have transformed music not only in how it is produced, but also how it is heard.

Guru Focus

Why So Many Music Technology Startups Fail

The digital evolution has had a massive and continuing influence on the new music technology ecosystem, including the plethora of startups entering the space.

Market Wired

3 Music Tech Trends To Watch In 2017

As we move into 2017, here are a few things that artists should be aware of and, when budget or personal connections allow, incorporate into their next release.

HypeBot

Seeing Sound

With DECI up and running, Doidge used EEG technology to observe the effects of music on the brain.

Steinway

La webradio, un medium pour la diffusion de la musique indépendante

En musique, l’engagement passe par la différence. Hors des circuits économiques, dans l’esprit des radios libres, le modèle de la webradio offre un regard novateur, souvent plus expert sur la musique.

Maze

Algorave: the live coding movement that makes next-level electronic music

In the back room of a bar in the South London suburb of New Cross, there’s a revolution happening. Or maybe it’s not so much a revolution as a de-volution, a rolling back to the backend of music production, where the possibilities of the encoded information inside computer software is open and endless.

Mix Mag

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


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