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Très bonne nouvelle : Le média radio est au mieux de sa forme !

Très bonne nouvelle : Le média radio est au mieux de sa forme ! | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
  L’Année Radio 2011-2012 publiée par Médiamétrie est un recueil de bonnes nouvelles pour le média radio.

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The Computer as Music Critic

The Computer as Music Critic | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it

Thanks to advances in computing power, we can analyze music in radically new and different ways. Computers are still far from grasping some of the deep and often unexpected nuances that release our most intimate emotions. However, by processing vast amounts of raw data and performing unprecedented large-scale analyses beyond the reach of teams of human experts, they can provide valuable insight into some of the most basic aspects of musical discourse, including the evolution of popular music over the years. Has there been an evolution? Can we measure it? And if so, what do we observe?

 

In a recent article published in the journal Scientific Reports, authors used computers to analyze 464,411 Western popular music recordings released between 1955 and 2010, including pop, rock, hip-hop, folk and funk. They first looked for static patterns characterizing the generic use of primary musical elements like pitch, timbre and loudness. They then measured a number of general trends for these elements over the years.

 

Common practice in the growing field of music information processing starts by cutting an audio signal into short slices — in our case the musical beat, which is the most relevant and recognizable temporal unit in music (the beat roughly corresponds to the periodic, sometimes unconscious foot-tapping of music listeners).

 

For each slice, computers represented basic musical information with a series of numbers. For pitch, they computed the relative intensity of the notes present in every beat slice, thus accounting for the basic harmony, melody and chords. For timbre, what some call the “color” of a note, they measured the general waveform characteristics of each slice, thus accounting for the basic sonority of a given beat and the combinations of instruments and effects. And for loudness, they calculated the energy of each slice, accounting for sound volume or perceived intensity.

 

They then constructed a music “vocabulary”: they assigned code words to slice-based numbers to generate a “text” that could represent the popular musical discourse of a given year or age. Doing so allowed to discover static patterns by counting how many different code words appeared in a given year, how often they were used and which were the most common successions of code words at a given point in time.

 

Interestingly, in creating a musical “vocabulary,” they found a well-known phenomenon common in written texts and many other domains: Zipf’s law, which predicts that the most frequent word in a text will appear twice as often as the next most frequent word, three times as often as the third most frequent, and so on. The same thing, they found, goes for music.

 

If we suppose that the most common note combination is used 100 times, the second most common combination will be used 50 times and the third 33 times. Importantly, they found that Zipf’s law held for each year’s vocabulary, from 1955 to 2010, with almost exactly the same “usage ordering” of code words every year. That suggests a general, static rule, one shared with linguistic texts and many other natural and artificial phenomena.

 

Beyond these static patterns, they also found three significant trends over time. Again using pitch code words, they counted the different transitions between note combinations and found that this number decreased over the decades. The analysis also indicated that pop music’s variety of timbre has been decreasing since the 1960s, meaning that artists and composers tend to stick to the same sound qualities — in other words, instruments playing the same notes sound more similar than they once did. Finally, they found that recording levels had consistently increased since 1955, confirming a so-called race toward louder music.


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Fip "dit 33" au vinyle

Fip "dit 33" au vinyle | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
Le 28 septembre dernier, Fip avait lancé sur son antenne une toute nouvelle émission entièrement dédiée au vinyle, "Dites 33". Un support toujours incontournable auprès des mélomanes.

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The New York Times debuts an HTML5 iPad web app to complement its native apps

The New York Times debuts an HTML5 iPad web app to complement its native apps | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
It's a bold and potentially cross-platform experiment. But it's unclear how it can (or why it should) compete with the Times' better, native iPad app.
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Let me guess: You sleep with your iPad, don’t you?

Let me guess: You sleep with your iPad, don’t you? | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
A new Pew study finds that most news junkies turn to tablets late at night and early in the morning.
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France Inter - Didier Varrod succède à Bernard Chérèze à la direction de la musique - Actualité radio - RadioActu

France Inter - Didier Varrod succède à Bernard Chérèze à la direction de la musique - Actualité radio - RadioActu | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
Le journaliste, producteur et animateur Didier Varrod a été nommé directeur de la musique de France Inter. Il succède à bernard Chérèze qui occupait ce poste depuis 14 ans.
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Pop Up Archive is open-source software to help producers preserve sound, painlessly

Pop Up Archive is open-source software to help producers preserve sound, painlessly | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
The Knight News Challenge winners want to help radio producers archive and organize their raw tape with simple web-based software.
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What Social Media could mean for radio...Radio DJ Meets Today's Listener

What Social Media could mean for radio...


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Europe 1 s'écoute et se regarde sur son site

Europe 1 s'écoute et se regarde sur son site | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
C'est une des nouveautés de la rentrée d'Europe 1 : la station propose sur son site de visionner en direct ce qu'il se passe en studio !

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NPR’s Todd Mundt says public radio needs to innovate or die

NPR’s Todd Mundt says public radio needs to innovate or die | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
His worry for local stations: Without jumping on digital opportunities, someday soon they "will be revealed as rather pedestrian repeaters of national content."...
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Nissan integrates tablet as dashboard in new concept car

Nissan integrates tablet as dashboard in new concept car | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
Nissan is using a tablet as an instrumental panel inside its new Terra SUV concept car, which is due to debut at the Paris Motor Show on September 27.

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Radio France veut ouvrir une plate-forme de musique gratuite

Radio France veut ouvrir une plate-forme de musique gratuite | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
Radio France va développer sa présence en ligne, en proposant cette année une plate-forme de musique gratuite à tous les...

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Radio France déploie un nouvel univers de marques sur les différents supports numériques et les réseaux sociaux

Radio France déploie un nouvel univers de marques sur les différents supports numériques et les réseaux sociaux | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
Si vous êtes utilisateur de Facebook ou de Twitter et abonné aux comptes de…...

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Podcast and Internet Radio previews: Magnatune Bach Podcast, NHS Couch to 5K, Le Show and Monocle 24 - Telegraph

Podcast and Internet Radio previews: Magnatune Bach Podcast, NHS Couch to 5K, Le Show and Monocle 24 - Telegraph | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
Pete Naughton previews the week's best or most topical downloadable podcasts and Internet radio stations.
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Le Radio 2013

Le Radio 2013 | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
la nouvelle édition du salon Le-RADIO se tiendra les 10, 11 et 12 février prochains au Centre Etoile Saint-Honoré...

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Anya Grundmann Is Reinventing Public Radio For A Post-Radio Generation

Anya Grundmann Is Reinventing Public Radio For A Post-Radio Generation | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
If you've recently streamed an NPR Music program online, downloaded a podcast, or watched a concert on your iPad, you have Anya Grundmann to thank.
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Le Votomaton RTBF dans votre commune: les lieux et les dates - RTBF Belgique

Le Votomaton RTBF dans votre commune: les lieux et les dates - RTBF Belgique | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
C’est un camion léger aux couleurs vives des communales 2012. Sur les places des marchés, dans les artères commerçantes, il arpente 26 communes de Wallonie et de Bruxelles, dès mardi 28 août.
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Andrea Seabrook: From NPR to podcasting, hoping to invigorate congressional reporting

Andrea Seabrook: From NPR to podcasting, hoping to invigorate congressional reporting | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
After a decade with NPR, Seabrook wants to get beyond process to cover policy and the structures that determine how Congress works.
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Vers une citoyenneté culturelle? | Le Devoir

Vers une citoyenneté culturelle? | Le Devoir | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
La démocratisation culturelle a vécu; l’heure est à la démocratie culturelle qui met le citoyen, tant créateur que consommateur de la culture, au centre de celle-ci.
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Introducing Spotify Cab, collaboration btw @SPOTIFY & Taxi Berlin


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What happens when news organizations move from “beats” to “obsessions”?

What happens when news organizations move from “beats” to “obsessions”? | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
The structure of newsrooms reflects how journalists think about their work. As those conceptions change, it makes sense that the structures would change with them.
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La musique en streaming, l’arlésienne d’Apple - Rue89

La musique en streaming, l’arlésienne d’Apple - Rue89 | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
Apple va lancer un service de radio musicale, sur le modèle de Last.fm ou de l'américain Pandora, croit savoir le Wall Street Journal.L'entreprise à la pomme serait en train de négocier avec les ayants droit pour proposer un système de...

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Tyler Brûlé: objet médiatique non identifié | Nathalie Collard | Médias

Tyler Brûlé: objet médiatique non identifié | Nathalie Collard | Médias | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
On a connu Tyler Brûlé à l'époque de Wallpaper, magazine style de vie lancé en 1996 et qu'il a quitté en 2002. On l'a retrouvé dans le paysage médiatique cinq...
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La radio reste le moyen le plus utilisé pour découvrir de nouveaux morceaux !

La radio reste le moyen le plus utilisé pour découvrir de nouveaux morceaux ! | Veille - développement radio | Scoop.it
Malgré la croissance de nouveaux moyens pour découvrir de nouvelles chansons, comme par exemple youtube, deezer ou encore Spotify, la radio demeure le moyen le plus efficace.

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