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Elon Musk Neuralink Startup – Stream Music 'Directly Into Your Brain'

Elon Musk Neuralink Startup – Stream Music 'Directly Into Your Brain' | Music Industry News - FSO | Scoop.it
Elon Musk's Neuralink startup will allow users to stream music directly into their brain. Musk will reveal more information about the technology next month.

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Nathan Elbert Dovels insight:
I included this article to be the pinnacle in the idea of Technology in the Audio Production/Music business. It sounds like sci-fi, yet here it is. Elon Musk as well, no surprise there as he is certainly a futurist. I think it was well written and thought-provoking. 




Though not recognized for any journalism awards or accolades, the credibility of this source seems viable to me using the evaluation guide. I would say this is a great resource for music-related news. 
Robert Andrade's curator insight, July 26, 8:12 PM
I think streaming music directly into your brain would be a hard thing to accept. I’m not saying it will never happen, but it’s definitely something to get used to. Honestly I’m not sure if this would help the music industry. It might raise the amount consumed but it just might make another difficult issue to be resolved when it comes to the streaming numbers and how to correctly pay the artists. The source seams very trust worthy. There’s many direct quotes and the writer of the articles is names and was their accusation is. It doesn’t take as side at all and just states facts and quotes from Musk himself. Id say that this might be something that music industry people would get good facts from but i guess it just depends on the person. Some people would just disregard this and some might see this as something to keep an eye on for the future.
Suave's curator insight, September 20, 9:23 PM
This is going to be interesting, being able to stream music straight too your brain sounds exciting. This article was written by Ashley king posted on July 21st 2020, on digital music news website.This neuralink is going to change the world of music, and the way we feel when we listen to music. 
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Nathan Elbert Dovels insight:
This article lightly touches on the core concept of this assignment. I included this article because it is a really well written brief look at where we are on a technological scale and now have the ability to collaborate in real-time over the internet. This was a very well written, yet brief and informative article. I would recommend it for anyone entering the Music business at any level. 



https://www.npr.org/ has long been highly regarded as an invaluable resource of information for many years. Their (in my opinion) one of the best mission statements I have ever seen presented on any website can be found here:  https://www.npr.org/ethics/



https://www.npr.org/ is certainly a great resource for music news.










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The Future Of Music: Where It Is Today & Where It’s Going In The Next Decade

The Future Of Music: Where It Is Today & Where It’s Going In The Next Decade | Music Industry News - FSO | Scoop.it
Streaming drives today's burgeoning music industry - where happy days are here again. Here's what will drive music's accelerating growth in the next decade - where overall revenues are expected to more than double.
Nathan Elbert Dovels insight:
I felt that this article was very well written and presented. It concisely lays out key factors that have in recent years move the Music industry into the position this is currently in, and then transitions into what the future holds, based on technology and it's ever-increasing unavoidable nature to be a catalyst in what will be the musical revelation of this century. 



www.forbes.com itself isn't directly related to the Magazine. It is a collection of articles written for the website. The articles are not fact-checked by the magazine itself, so, therefore, I wouldn't say this website is credible in the scholarly sense, it may be credible, but credible for whom? For the sake of argument and this article being a part of my assignment, I feel that is an acceptable article simply based on the content creator, whose credentials are listed and this article isn't in a position to necessarily be biased. I feel that the information here is factual and informative. 







I would not consider this as a good resource for anyone in the music industry.


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Elon Musk Neuralink Startup – Stream Music 'Directly Into Your Brain'

Elon Musk Neuralink Startup – Stream Music 'Directly Into Your Brain' | Music Industry News - FSO | Scoop.it
Elon Musk's Neuralink startup will allow users to stream music directly into their brain. Musk will reveal more information about the technology next month.

Via Midem Team
Nathan Elbert Dovels insight:
I included this article to be the pinnacle in the idea of Technology in the Audio Production/Music business. It sounds like sci-fi, yet here it is. Elon Musk as well, no surprise there as he is certainly a futurist. I think it was well written and thought-provoking. 




Though not recognized for any journalism awards or accolades, the credibility of this source seems viable to me using the evaluation guide. I would say this is a great resource for music-related news. 
Robert Andrade's curator insight, July 26, 8:12 PM
I think streaming music directly into your brain would be a hard thing to accept. I’m not saying it will never happen, but it’s definitely something to get used to. Honestly I’m not sure if this would help the music industry. It might raise the amount consumed but it just might make another difficult issue to be resolved when it comes to the streaming numbers and how to correctly pay the artists. The source seams very trust worthy. There’s many direct quotes and the writer of the articles is names and was their accusation is. It doesn’t take as side at all and just states facts and quotes from Musk himself. Id say that this might be something that music industry people would get good facts from but i guess it just depends on the person. Some people would just disregard this and some might see this as something to keep an eye on for the future.
Suave's curator insight, September 20, 9:23 PM
This is going to be interesting, being able to stream music straight too your brain sounds exciting. This article was written by Ashley king posted on July 21st 2020, on digital music news website.This neuralink is going to change the world of music, and the way we feel when we listen to music. 
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Nathan Elbert Dovels insight:
This article is really the heart of my topic for this assignment. The driving force that has pushed me to move in the direction of Audio Production is very well described here. The move towards the ability to now participate in real-time over the internet is opening the pathway for a new future of Music. Exactly what that it is, is yet to be seen, but all things foreseeable points to some great things headed our way, and I want to be a part of it. There were a great number of emerging platforms for music collaboration that I was completely unaware of, though I have been following this topic for about a year, mainly focused on a couple of projects specifically. This was a very well written and informative article. I would recommend it as a must-read for anyone entering the Music business at any level.



https://www.npr.org/ has long been highly regarded as an invaluable resource of information for many years. 
Theirs, (in my opinion) is one of the best mission statements I have ever seen presented on any website. It can be found here: https://www.npr.org/ethics/ ;



 https://www.npr.org/ is certainly a great resource for music news.

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WIRED asks tops DJs, musicians and the creator of SoundCloud how technology is changing music

WIRED asks tops DJs, musicians and the creator of SoundCloud how technology is changing music | Music Industry News - FSO | Scoop.it
DJ and producer Starsmith and SoundCloud founder Eric Wahlforss tell WIRED how technology is shaping how we listen to and make music
Nathan Elbert Dovels insight:
I really enjoyed this article a lot, as it provided statements from a wide range of people in the industry, and what they had to say I found interesting. The catchy almost click-bait title "Is technology irreversibly changing music?" is actually a valid question. It's not only a question it is a fact. It is indeed irreversibly changing music, but in my opinion, this is not going to be a bad thing. Music as a whole is starting to be evaluated on a different scale. The entry-level for music creation has been lowering considerably over the last decade. You can write entire compositions on your smartphone, completely capable of handling DAW inspired software and even actual DAWs. It is evident that industry professionals of the decade especially have had to rapidly develop in the studio as technology moved forward at breakneck speeds, but most are happy with the changes. I am not yet a professional, but I am happy with this direction.



www.wired.co.uk is regarded as a credible news source and has been around for many years, originally in magazine form. 

*When it comes to sourcing, Wired typically utilizes credible sources such as cadc.uscourts.gov, Associated Press, Military.com, New York Times, Bloomberg, and US News and World Report. Wired also publishes pro-science articles such as “The Complexity of Simply Searching For Medical Advice” and utilizes pro-science sources such as PubMed and the CDC. A factual search reveals that Wired has never failed a fact check by an IFCN fact-checker. *Source: https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/wired-magazine/
















WIRED covers the tech industry such as the internet and digital culture, science, and internet and data security. So overall it would not be considered a good source for Music related articles except those concerning technology. 
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