Digital music distribution platform, Noisehive, is opened up to the public

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Noisehive was originally launched in 2015 by Xelon Entertainment to offer a solution for independent artists to publish their material online. The initial launch was open to referral clients only, but now the platform is being re-launched with a new website that allows artists, band and labels to send their music off into the world. […]

Spinnin’ Records Asia opens its doors

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Iconic dance music label Spinnin’ Records has launched Spinnin’ Records Asia. The new label, along with parent Warner Music Group, will be signing local artists and promoting them to the world. According to their media release, they will also be putting together collaborations between well-known Spinnin’/WMG artists and rising stars from Asia. The first record […]

It’s AI kind of magic…YouTube Music has an AI-assisted Freddie Mercury singing challenge

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Queen has partnered up with YouTube and Google Creative Lab to release a new app, FreddieMeter, to pit your vocals against the band’s frontman himself, Freddie Mercury. The legendary singer had a voice like no other, and with the new AI-driven app you’ll be able to really test Queen tribute band’s frontmen to the real […]

Facebook Aux is described as a ‘DJ for your school’

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Facebook’s NPE Team, established in July 2019, focuses on creating experimental apps, trying out new ideas and features to test the waters with consumers. The most recent app to come to fruition is Aux, a music app that takes on a similar approach to Turntable.fm, allowing users to join a ‘party’ and share their music […]

Soundcharts Mentions lets artists see where they’re being discussed on the web

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Soundcharts is announcing its biggest product update since its launch in 2016 – Mentions. The music analytics platform is designed to provide insights across platforms for musicians, both upcoming and established. Mentions allows artists to now see where they are being discussed globally on the web in realtime. This makes Soundcharts the first music analytic […]

Five pro audio highlights and trends from AES 2019

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The annual Audio Engineering Society Convention in New York is always a hotbed of innovation. The wider conference sees the leading lights in acoustics, engineering, production, DSP, product design and more coming together in a summit for pro audio. Many of those manufacturers who are exhibiting are also heavily involved in shaping the standards that […]