Today, we're proud to open source Whyd, the music social network. Whyd will now be formally known as Openwhyd. Whyd's previous head engineer Adrien Joly will be leading the project.
This means that we are giving you the keys to our house. Whyd's social network might see important changes in the future through the work of our community. Designers, engineers and storytellers who are using the platform every day are already joining forces to continue the development of the platform.
Although differences in song length didn't have much of an impact on revenue when physical album sales dominated the industry, this is no longer the case in the age of streaming, suggesting that it's time to revisit how the revenue pie is being divided up. ___________________________________ Guest post b
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Deezer lance sa nouvelle home page, qui propose davantage de découvertes musicales et de recommandations. Une vingtaine de nouveaux univers musicaux incluant des suggestions de playlists, albums, nouveautés, artistes et podcasts accompagneront désormais Flow, la fonctionnalité de contenus personnalisés de Deezer, également mise à jour.
Avec l’essor des smartphones, l’écoute légale de musique en ligne, sans téléchargement, connaît un succès croissant. Se pose maintenant la question de la qualité de l’offre, mais aussi de la répartition équitable des gains, à la fois entre les artistes et les maisons de disques et entre les artistes eux-mêmes.
Via Christophe Peckeu
In the second of a five-part series pitting music experts and tastemakers against Spotify's algorithm-generated Discover Weekly playlist, Spencer Hickman meets designer and music photographer Rachel Lipsitz and creates a tailor-made Spotify playlist for her. The question is, can Spencer's picks compare with Rachel's Discover Weekly playlist?
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