Jimmy Iovine, co-founder of Interscope Records and Beats by Dr. Dre, recently spoke with Consequence of Sound about the state of the music industry. According to Iovine, fame has become more important than quality in today’s music scene, which is a polite way of saying that most of the music out there is garbage. He also thinks that too many people are making records for TikTok.
In today's rapidly advancing technological landscape, businesses are constantly seeking ways to gain a competitive edge. Among the emerging options, artificial intelligence (AI) and the metaverse have garnered significant attention. However, when it comes to investing their resources, businesses should prioritize AI over the metaverse.
Researchers in sunny California have turned the age-old question of "Can machines predict hit songs?" into a musical rollercoaster ride. Forget about musical fortune tellers; these scientists at Claremont Graduate University have put AI to the test, trying to predict the next chart-topping hit with the help of your heart rate.
In an era dominated by technological advancements, the music industry finds itself standing at the juncture of yet another acute transformation. Artificial intelligence is making a growing impact on the way music is created, promoted, and enjoyed. As boundaries are pushed, the question is not only about the potential benefits of AI but also the potential casualties it may claim.
Sony Music Group chairman Rob Stringer said on Tuesday (May 23) that the company is focused on the fight against low-quality content -- which he called "the lowest common denominator" -- flooding top streaming platforms.
The regulation of artificial intelligence (AI) is a hotly debated topic in the UK, with the government proposing new regulations in March of this year. The UK parliament's science, innovation, and technology committee is holding a series of hearings on the subject.
The European Union (EU) is proposing a new law to regulate artificial intelligence (AI). The Artificial Intelligence Act (AIA) aims to "strengthen Europe's position as a global hub of excellence in AI from the lab to the market, ensure that AI in Europe respects our values and rules, and harness the potential of AI for industrial use." The AIA could have a significant impact on the music industry.
So are you ready to indulge in an evening of predictability, cringe-worthy moments, and fashion faux pas? As usual, the Grammy Awards on Feb 4, 2024, might not be the most captivating event to grace your screen. Here are ten reasons why subjecting yourself to the telecast could be the least exciting thing you could do on that fateful evening.
In the realm of timeless legacies, two towering giants emerge: The Beatles and Mickey Mouse. These icons hold special places in our hearts and cultural history, yet their paths to preservation diverge significantly. The Beatles, celebrated as the greatest band in the history of music, have recently embarked on a journey of posthumous releases featuring the late John Lennon's demos. While this practice aims to pay homage to their beloved bandmate and extend their remarkable legacy, it has sparked concerns about the integrity of their music.
So, it out in the open now. We know who the massive conglomerates and global investor firms that are stealing and pillaging through creative content owners content with total disregard for copyright and quite frankly illegal conduct