We’ve been pondering when music will get its “Midjourney moment” — namely, when high-quality song creation will become as easy for the everyday user as clicking a button.
Today’s music streaming platforms are increasingly trying to position their offerings as “artist-friendly.” But what does that phrase actually mean — and who’s doing it right?
How deepfake songs actually work, how we got here, and what kinds of battles to expect moving forward.
For many artists and their teams, it feels like the Web3 playbook — which had barely been written in the first place — has once again been ripped up.
Securing an endorsement deal is no longer a matter of “selling out”; for many artists, it’s a matter of survival.
Generative music AI models may be upending attribution as we know it in the music business.
It took nearly one whole year for the independent music community to see some initial fruits from Epic Games’ acquisition of Bandcamp.
A first-of-its-kind snapshot into the distinct imprint of music NFTs in Latin America, outlining the ecosystem’s key region-specific characteristics and trends.
If the music industry is an orchestra, curation is like its conductor — arranging and guiding otherwise disparate artists, scenes, and styles into a dynamic, narrative whole that is much greater than the sum of its parts.
Several tools exist today that allow artists and brands alike to generate high-quality, convincing AI voices with just minutes of training data.
Music’s potential in virtual worlds is much more than just a game.
Hint: Yes, it really is about the music.