My Interview With A Social Media Baron

In this followup interview, Neil Turkewitz continues his interview with an anonymous information technology Titan and silicon valley kingpin, this time with his head of communications, Silky Vandervoss, also participiating.. Continue reading

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10 Women Sound Engineers Changing The Game

Owing to issues of systemic sexism, it can often be difficult for women to break into the 'boys' club' of audio production, despite obvious talent. Here we look at ten. Continue reading

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8 New Technologies Redefining How DJs Play Live

Although selection may always be at the core of DJing, technology also plays a large part in how they practice their craft. Here we look at eight exciting new pieces. Continue reading

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Music Drives Top 3 Most Wanted Tech Gifts Of 2016 [CHART]

According to a study by the Consumer Technology Association, music driven products are among the most wanted tech gifts of 2016. Headphones and a portable Bluetooth speaker are #1 and. Continue reading

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5 Reasons The Music Industry Should Care About Driverless Cars

Although the music industry has, historically, not always been the best at adapting profitably to tech disruptions, driverless cars could present a unique opportunity for the industry. Here we examine the likely affect. Continue reading

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Human Music Interaction [ANDREW DUBBER]

Curious about the interactions between humans, technology, and music? Read this article to learn more about a new school of research concerning Human Music Interaction.

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Streaming: What Netflix Can Teach The Music Industry

People have different opinions about streaming music – some like it or love it, others hate it, and some just don’t care. Streaming has definitely changed the way music is. Continue reading

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The Musicians Of Oz: Are You Hiding Behind The Digital Curtain?

In today’s online world, it’s easy for musicians to hide behind a curtain of bells and whistles without necessarily having a substantial following. With technology, musicians can abuse social media.. Continue reading

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Ex-TuneCore CEO Jeff Price: The End Of The New Music Industry Transformation

How Technology Destroyed The Traditional Music Industry In 2006, Jeff Price (@TuneCoreJeff)  launched TuneCore, for the first time allowing all artists onto the shelves of the digital music services whithout. Continue reading

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The Digital Revolution Is Creating New Breed of Artists

Hate it or love it – technology and the digital revolution have forced artists to adapt or be left behind. Many like Amanda Palmer have adapted while others are using. Continue reading

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