“DIY – Do it yourself” is exploding in the music industry. The offer of music content has really exploded in numbers: There is more music and there are more musicians, but most of them can’t live with music alone.
Korg announced to enter Virtual Reality.
In the product preview video, Korg unveiled the Gadget-VR all-in-one music production software in a 3D environment with very few details in addition to a provocative video.
Creative Passport by Imogen Heap, a jump into the future of music.
The goal from the beginning has focused on creating a platform with a system to certify and guarantee the identity of each music maker, and to be able to upload, update, manage and control all the data of one’s artistic and musical profile on all digital channels.
Today we are talking about Dice, an app born in the UK in 2014 that
Virtual reality is the new frontier of entertainment, and music must also be a must in this great transformation.
The #Covid virus pandemic is bringing almost all activities to their knees, even those of teaching music. What consequences, but above all, what perspectives?
Innovative startup MelodyVR acquired NAPSTER for $ 70 million
Acquisition by a company that broadcasts virtual reality concerts will offer a “next generation” service.
A Visual Evolution of The Chemical Brothers – Adam Smith, co-creative director of the live show, recounts two iconic Glastonbury performances from 2000 and 2019 in this video published by BBC MUSIC.
Coke Studio Sessions the virtual concert project organized by Coca Cola with the partnership of #BeApp
Streaming and royalties have reached a critical point because the incredible rise of the former does not correspond to an adequate correspondence of the latter. Helene Fischer’ case opens new scenarios in Europe and beyond, says Music Business Worldwide and FAZ