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"Computers have transformed music" - Metronomy and the state of Music Tech

"Computers have transformed music" - Metronomy and the state of Music Tech | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
Digital technology has changed the way we listen to music – but what about the way it is made?
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8 Sites to Listen to Free Music Online without Downloading

8 Sites to Listen to Free Music Online without Downloading | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
We know some of you have strict morals and won’t download any musics illegally. So you could prefer listen to free music online without downloading.
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Russell R. Roberts, Jr.'s curator insight, May 27, 2:50 AM

Here are the top 8 free music online sites that don't require downloading:

Sound Cloud.

Spotify.

Last fm--one of my favorites.

Pandora--another good one.

Amazon digital music.

Jango.

Smule.

iHeart--nice selection of popular music.

Have fun!

Aloha, Russ.

Devon Slack's curator insight, May 27, 4:49 AM

This article identifies 8 sites where people can listen to free music online without downloading illegally.

This article can be connected to the pop culture aspect of human geography because it shows how music popularity is constantly changing that it is expensive enough for people to actively search for a way around it. Pop culture is a fickle thing that is constantly switching gears, and these sites offer a free way to keep up with music.

 

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Google more than doubles Free Music Storage in the Cloud

Google more than doubles Free Music Storage in the Cloud | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
Google Play Music users can now upload up to 50,000 songs for free, more than doubling what they could previously.
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Russell R. Roberts, Jr.'s curator insight, February 28, 10:26 PM

Thanks to http://www.techhive.com for this great music lovers article. Thanks to the cloud, Google Play Music users can upload up to 50,000 tune for free, a considerable amount more than before.  Google is making a strong bid to be your music source.  I love competition.  Aloha, Russ.

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5 of the most awesome interactive online music videos

5 of the most awesome interactive online music videos | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
Garrett Heath is a technology storyteller with Rackspace and an enchilada fan who maintains SA Flavor, a blog on where to eat in San Antonio.
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How technology is transforming live concert bootlegging

How technology is transforming live concert bootlegging | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
"If you put your cameras down you might be able to live in the moment," chided Ian Brown, frontman of iconic Mancunian indie band The Stone Roses.

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Apple Music: Streaming Service Unveiled

Apple Music: Streaming Service Unveiled | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
The boss of the tech giant finally reveals its big entry into the world of music streaming, including a 24/7 global radio station.
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Russell R. Roberts, Jr.'s curator insight, June 10, 11:41 PM

Interesting story from http://www.news.sky.com.  I was wondering when Apple would enter the music streaming service.  I've found the free Pandora and  Last.fm music services very good.  I'll have to test out Apple's service (free for the first 3 months) to see how it measures up.  Aloha, Russ.

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Warner Music reveals Streaming income has overtaken Downloads

Warner Music reveals Streaming income has overtaken Downloads | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
WMG chief Stephen Cooper warns rivals against ditching freemium streaming in favour of subscription services as part of war against piracy The boss of major label Warner Music Group has warned rivals to “think very carefully” before restricting...
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Roland Jerome's curator insight, May 16, 10:27 AM

i chose this topic just to further show how streaming music is progressively expanding to every  aspect of music buisiness.

Cameron Dorrah's curator insight, June 14, 9:22 PM

I understand that their is a difference between streaming and downloads. I also feel that spotify should charge more to suscribe to pay the artists what they deserve.

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Raising the stakes: Spotify and Rdio are adopting new freemium models to stay ahead of the Pack

Raising the stakes: Spotify and Rdio are adopting new freemium models to stay ahead of the Pack | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
Rdio launched a free, ad-supported version of its music streaming service for listeners in the United States yesterday. It’s only available on the Web and affects just one of its 51 markets worldwide, but Rdio was making a clear statement.
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6 Tools for Collecting Music in 2013 | TIME.com

6 Tools for Collecting Music in 2013 | TIME.com | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it
When it comes to the most efficient way to collect music, here are some of the best bets so far.
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Exploratorium's Experience Experts Deliver Awesome iPad App

Exploratorium's Experience Experts Deliver Awesome iPad App | Technology in Business Today | Scoop.it

The Exploratorium has just "released Sound Uncovered, its second free iPad app, which the creators showed me during a visit to the unfinished museum. As I explored the app's exhibits, the tablet disappeared in my hands. When you launch this app, you're in the museum, no matter where you are...It takes 40 years of user experience wizardry to build a museum app this amazing."


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Beth Dichter's curator insight, February 12, 2013 9:53 PM

The Exploratorium now has two free apps for the iPad. The first one released is Color Uncovered and now Sound Uncovered. According to this post "both "buffet-style" collections of short, multi-sensory exhibits. You can select from a table of contents or swipe through like a magazine. The first was Color Uncovered, which uses properties of the tablet's display to demonstrate properties of light. The new app, Sound Uncovered, uses both the speakers and microphones, as well as text and video explanations, to show off some of the surprisingly bizarre properties of sound."

I have found many wonderful resources on the Exploratorium website, and suspect that both these apps would be great to have on iPads used in schools.