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QRadio Street Art by Sweza

QRadio Street Art by Sweza | MILK MUSIC | Scoop.it
What happens when you combine street art, music, and QR codes? Well street artist Sweza, based in Berlin, is taking full advantage of this in his street art throughout Europe. His art entitled “QRadio” is an homage to the old school boom boxes and mix tapes that once filled people’s rooms and shelves. Throughout Berlin, his home base, there are at least five QRadios that when scanned, you get to listen to a song. I would expect brands and agencies to copy this concept or partner with Sweza.

This type of art would even make Bansky jealous.


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From www.trendslate.com -December 7, 2011 2:38 PM

changeing a tape player to a phone is easer because the person that is listening to the album can just put their device in their pocket, then carrying it somethere.

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The Djoclate II Is A Portable Music Mixer That Lets You DJ Tunes From Friends’ Devices

The Djoclate II Is A Portable Music Mixer That Lets You DJ Tunes From Friends’ Devices | MILK MUSIC | Scoop.it
The Djoclate II is a portable, near pocket-sized music mixer.

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From techcrunch.com - July 13, 2013 4:25 AM

this dj set helps artist in a way to gain new fans and the ablility to created new music.

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Samsung Launches Milk Music to Compete With iTunes Radio

Samsung Launches Milk Music to Compete With iTunes Radio | MILK MUSIC | Scoop.it
Samsung has announced Milk Music, a new, free and ad-free radio service that will compete with iTunes Radio.

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http://www.iclarified.com/38926/samsung-launches-milk-music-to-compete-with-itunes-radio

milk music is a great use to used because you get a lot out of it like how it free and it can be use on a android phone most music or apps are usually for iphones. but even tho its loses the artist pay little bit they get a greater a event.

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A look at Tabletop and iPad music-making with Paul Salva [Video]

A look at Tabletop and iPad music-making with Paul Salva [Video] | MILK MUSIC | Scoop.it

Tabletop, a new music making app for the iPad from S.F. start-up Retronyms, recreates a musician's studio in an app, with drum machines, samples, keyboards, mixers and effects. Is this where the future of music production is headed?


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From latimesblogs.latimes.com - August 21, 2011 12:20 PM

this mixing ipad can be a great used but it has it fails because it doesn't have the best tone towards music.

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Hunter Scott's curator insight, May 13, 2013 12:04 PM

This news article describes in detail the ever growing iPad DAW market and specifically showcases a new app called 'Tabletop'. This application recreates an entire musicians studio, allowing for a nicely laid out set of equipment. Publishing is up to date and distributed by the LA Times.

Carlos H's curator insight, November 4, 2013 3:49 PM

As a singer and song writer i feel as though The future of music production is now, a variation of tablets , softwares, and genres allow the professional to easily meet the consumers demand.

technologcal perks such as wifi make the disburstment of musical works easily accessible from a majority of the world, increasing the business potential of an artist,producer,composer, or DJ.

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Dev/Null - Fade on Sight mix 2012

Kinda crazy mix I started pulling tracks for right after I did clob music last year, finally added a few more tunes to & recorded it a month ag...

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this song to soundcloud its a great resource towards making music but people can copyright some one else work which is the sucking thing but that soundcloud does have to wear you can have it to wear if someone wants to download your music you can make them pay for it for a dollar.

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