Colours could become a unique way of creating music through a ring-style wearable instrument.
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A wearable device connects to 5 audio channels during live music shows enabling users to tailor the mix to personal music preferences.
AR compatible lightweight sunglasses use sound instead of sight to relay information.
Headphones create a personalised listening experience by allowing users to test their hearing and tailor sound accordingly.
Voice-enabled technology transforms user voices to make them sound like a completely different person.
A popular brand of chewing gum is using YouTube pre-roll ads to support emerging artists by pairing them with well-known musicians.
Mood lighting is inspired by the user’s mindset and the music they have chosen, enhancing listener engagement.
A record-shaped cake uses an AR app that allows the consumer to choose a customizable song or message.
A new AI software can locate image regions which produce sounds and isolate the sound of individual instruments without needing additional manual supervision.
Blockchain verifies the validity of each content creator and greatly simplifies the payment and rights management processes, helping musicians earn a fairer amount.
New AI music software allows anyone to compose, customize and produce original music content.
Buskers in London earn more for their performances by accepting contactless card payments.
A startup addresses the lack of tools available for accurately transforming audio into sheet music by using advanced machine learning technology.
Scientists have found a way to store a music album as DNA using a technique developed in Zurich.
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.