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Key Events to Attend at SXSW Sydney

The biggest music industry event in Australia brings together professionals from all around the world to discuss all things music, media and technology. During...

Station Narva 2023: Lost In Transition

The Music Void attended the sixth edition of Station Narva, a pivotal cultural, business and music event in Eastern Estonia. The geographical location of Narva...

September Round-Up: Five Music Industry Events to Attend

Autumn reinvigorates the showcase festivals’ activity, shaking off the seasonal slumber. This September will see The Music Void attending events in Australia and Europe,...

Schrödinger’s Twitter

Ever got a funny feeling while browsing Twitter? Feed not working and some older notifications disappearing? While your personal profile history is deconstructed by the social media network, Elon Musk blames “extreme levels of [AI] data scraping & system manipulation”.

Women In Tech: Agnes Chung On AI, Metadata And Gender Politics

The technology sector has experienced gender imbalance since the time the industry came into existence. In a series of articles, The Music Void will be introducing women leaders in tech. Agnes Chung co-founded musicube in December 2019 to revolutionise music discovery.

“Now And Then”: AI Used On Final Version Of John Lennon’s Song

Paul McCartney revealed that The Beatles’ new recording featuring additions from artificial intelligence will be released later this year. With a little help from AI, the voice of John Lennon was retrieved from an old demo, also subsequently completed by the technology. Although the name of the song hasn’t been revealed, it is believed to be “Now and Then”, a 1978’s composition written by Lennon at his New York apartment. It was one of the compositions featured on a cassette labelled “For Paul”.

Canadian Music Week 2023: Day 1 – The Future Of Music And Technology

The 41st Canadian Music Week (CMW) kicked off at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto last week, with a jam-packed schedule of events and performances. The evenings were filled with some of the brightest new and established Canadian artists, including Charlotte Cardin, Tumble, Fuego, Grace May, Virginia To Vegas, and Badflower. The days were filled with a series of expert panels covering topics from sync licensing to Afrobeats to new release marketing strategies.

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