¡Más volumen! Mexico City is a new capital of the digital music business

Feb 8, 2019
Spotify says the world's largest market for its streaming service is not NYC or London: it's Mexico City. And this metropolis is becoming a huge hub for those who create, produce or monetize digital music.
Camilo Lara of Mexican Institute Of Sound performs during day one of the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival held at the Empire Polo Club on April 19, 2009 in Indio, California. 
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Moog CEO Mike Adams says analog synths are here to stay

May 20, 2016
Moog makes a variety of apps these days, but the hardware is still the heart of the company.
A Minimoog Model D Synthesizer.
Canada Science and Technology Museum (Flicker Creative Commons)

Robot Tastemakers

Mar 23, 2016
"Actuality" visits Spotify to look into the algorithmic DJs that soundtrack our lives.
French electronic duo Daft Punk, the original robot DJs, in "Tron: Legacy"
via Giphy

Tidal rides sudden wave of popularity

Feb 15, 2016
The struggling music-streaming service is newly popular — thanks to Kanye West and Beyoncé.
Inside Tidal's launch event. 
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Behind Amazon's newest venture: music

Aug 14, 2015
The online retailer has launched an experiment that is part album, part playlist.

The Sound of Computers

Mar 4, 2015
Matt Parker, a sound artist, collects audio from the early days of computing.

For public good, not for profit.

Shazam CEO: Introducing visual 'Shazaming'

Jan 14, 2015
Plus, listen to CEO Rich Riley's 'Bad Day at Work' playlist

Garth Brooks album is online, but not for streaming

Nov 11, 2014
Brooks is releasing the album on a new website he helped create, GhostTunes.