Most of us don’t believe in magic as the spiritual force that defines and controls our world. Although this was the dominant social paradigm centuries ago, science has all but relegated the idea of ​​”real” magic to the realm of crackpot thinking. However, the idea of ​​magic as deception, sleightRead More →

That said, while you can get some pretty amazing results with handheld operators, just check this out cover on the fly of “Poor Leno” by Röyksopp, created entirely on the PO-33 – programming sequences and tweaking sounds takes some patience, and previous experience with pattern-based sequencers wouldn’t hurt. Smaller childrenRead More →

Stock Music Market worth USD 2,137.5 million by 2028, registering a CAGR of 10.9%” — Consistent market information NEW JERSEY, USA, Nov. 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Description According to Verified Market Research, Global Stock Music Market was valued at 964.4 Million US$ in 2020 and is projected to reach 2,137.5Read More →

A few years ago, a tourist campaign was launched which presented Latvia as “the land that sings”. To see this melodic gene in action, a great starting point is Gaigalava, 240 kilometers east of Riga. House of Gunars Igaunis Photo: Philip Birzulis In this pretty village in the heart ofRead More →

Artists, label heads, and industry intriguers know that success in pop music today requires racking up plays on TikTok and streaming services. But there’s another unlikely platform gaining momentum: Roblox. Roblox is a game creation engine, first released in 2006, that allows players to customize their own sandbox worlds, createRead More →

THE Faculty of Music at the University of Oxford has announced the appointment of Dublin-born composer Jennifer Walshe as Professor of Composition. The appointment is in association with Worcester College, University of Oxford. Professor Walshe’s research findings are widely regarded as pioneers in the overlapping fields of composition, performance, videoRead More →

Roblox IPO, on the New York Stock Exchange, March 10, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/ Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Summary Law firms Related documents NMPA says popular gaming platform encourages ‘massive’ user infringement Announcement that the settlement allows for “innovative partnerships” in the metaverse (Reuters) – TheRead More →

Adds details, stock price update AMSTERDAM, September 21 (Reuters) – Shares of Universal Music Group UMG.AS jumped in early trading Tuesday, as owner Vivendi VIV.PA created the label in the biggest European list of the year. The split returns 60% of Universal shares to Vivendi shareholders, while US hedge fundRead More →

Business News Labels and Editors By Chris Cooke | Posted on Wednesday, September 15, 2021 Vivendi confirmed yesterday that the Dutch Securities and Markets Authority – or Stichting Autoriteit Financiële Markten, if you prefer – has approved the prospectus for Universal Music Group’s upcoming listing on the Euronext Amsterdam stockRead More →

After experiencing the global upheaval of the COVID-19 pandemic, many workers are reassessing their career path. Stefan Heinrich Henriquez, former head of global marketing at TikTok and chief marketing officer at Cameo, is one of them. “I’ve been thinking about music since my time at TikTok, and I was reallyRead More →

After studying the copyright landscape, the US Copyright Office (USCO) unveiled what it thinks are best practices for the Mechanical Licensing Collective, nearly 160 pages long. USCO just released “Unclaimed Royalties: Best Practice Recommendations for the Mechanical Licensing Collective,” a list of operational recommendations for the MLC, which has absorbedRead More →

What happened Shares of Tencent Music Entertainment Group (TME -3.85%) fell 12% on Tuesday after the online music platform released its second-quarter financial results. So what Tencent Music’s revenue grew 15.5% year-over-year to $1.2 billion. The gains were driven by a 40.6% increase in the number of paid online musicRead More →

The Hackathon Weekend Edition # 2 – The Last Hacker Standing music genre classification was successfully completed on August 12, 2021. The challenge was to create an evolving music genre classification model that generalizes well to unpublished data. It had almost 300+ participants and over 120+ actively competing in theRead More →

Epic Games is teasing the biggest in-game event since Travis Scott psychedelic stomped on Fortnite’s virtual meadows. The mysterious new event, which Fortnite-maker Epic calls the “Rift Tour,” will kick off on Friday, August 6 and run until Sunday, August 8. In the teaser announcement, Epic invites players to “takeRead More →

S&P Global raised Warner Music Group’s credit rating on Tuesday, July 20, citing booming music streaming activity and music rights acquisitions that immediately boost revenue. S & P’s report contains many common themes about today’s music industry cited by analysts: Streaming accounts for a growing majority of the company’s revenueRead More →

Although the music industry is an increasingly global business, reliably measuring the earnings of internationally popular artists remains an inexact science. The launch in September 2020 of BillboardGlobal rankings, which are based on digital track sales and streaming reports from over 200 territories, have made the process more accurate, butRead More →

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What happened Chinese music streaming service shares Tencent Music Entertainment Group (NYSE:TME) was caught in a landslide this morning, dropping as much as 21% in early trading, and still down around 19% as of 12:45 a.m. EDT. And yet the only apparent news on the wires today is an announcementRead More →

the National Museum of African American Music will open this year in Nashville under the glow of neon-lit honky-tonks. But given the African roots of country music, like the introduction of the banjo, the placement makes sense. Music City, after all, doesn’t get its nickname from country alone, but fromRead More →

Imagine those underwater scenes in “Jaws” without the menacing overtones of those stringed instruments. Or try imagining Indiana Jones swinging a whip without his theme music playing. Music can make the movie, and it does, whether it’s classic Hollywood hits or your own personal music videos. Luckily, you can easilyRead More →