Scientists have found a way to store a music album as DNA using a technique developed in Zurich.
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A German-led campaign to resist press censorship pairs original articles to music and makes the songs freely available on streaming platforms.
Nine-meter high replicas are positioned alongside one of the country’s main highways, with local radio stations providing commentary to encourage people to re-engage with art.
A new device uses electrodes to let users listen to the sounds made by plants.
Aspiring musicians can use the high-tech recording studio free of charge
Consumers can stream music, make calls, receive fitness coaching and tracking using voice controlled AI headphones.
A new creation by Swiss researchers adopts a unique method of hearing assistance, away from the commonly used electrodes.
A gesture-controlled device allows users to manipulate their vocals by connecting to their smart phones via an app.
A new app optimizes every phone call for the individual’s needs, including adapting to contextual sound.
An augmented reality app allows users to listen to new musicians play concerts anywhere in the world.
A new multi-functional space for music includes gardens, public walkways and a solar panel sail that follows the sun around the building.
A Polish startup has developed a light and portable spherical microphone that simplifies multi-track recording.
A student from the Royal Academy of Music, London, has developed a new system that monitors posture and technique during instrument practice.
Users simply call a webpage’s IP address and The Internet Phone reads content listed on the site in question.
A new app synchronises specially-composed music to books to match content and reading speed.
A new car audio system saves weight and space by using the interior surfaces as speakers.
The flexible device generates energy from human movement and could lead to the creation of voice-activated security patches for computers and talking newspapers.
German non-profit social cause URIDU has developed a solar powered MP3 player that’s being given out to illiterate women in East Africa to educate on health and life skills.
Lithuanian concept Elbow hopes to get users back in love with tapes with a novel and stylish device that plays cassettes without any housing.
A prototype alerts users who may be at risk of developing hearing conditions like tinnitus.
A new parcel tracking service by FedEx creates music using algorithmic technology.
London’s Fathom Architects created the Pod, a mobile recording studio for businesses and individuals in west London’s White City Place.