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Beatport Launches Beatport Studio; Fave Debuts AI-based Tool for Artists to Target Most Dedicated Followers; The Beatles Dethrone Taylor Swift on Spotify
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Merging a diverse array of creative instruments and effects from the Plugin Boutique catalog, the extensive sample libraries from Loopmasters, and the user-friendly workflow of Loopcloud, Beatport Studio represents a pivotal leap forward in the realm of music production.
The platform is specifically designed for the superfan ecosystem, based on an app available for Android and Apple that captures and rewards fan activity. It also hosts industry-facing tools capable of understanding the specific attributes of individual fandom, in order to strengthen artist strategies.
The Beatles are back with their first new single in decades, and their fans are showing up to support the just-released tune. The legendary rock band is proving their power as "Now and Then" arrives on Spotify's rankings of the most-streamed songs all around the planet, and the group has even managed to best the biggest star in the world... at least in one place.
It’s official: music’s a $40bn business. Global Value of Music Copyright ramps up 14% to $41.5bn in 2022, with publishers clawing back share
Regardless of where you work in this complex music business, if you are trying to capture the attention of policy makers in Geneva, Washington DC, Brussels or London – this number is for you. Use it – not just one of its constituent parts. This work is here to help, and with AI music calling into question the future of human creativity by ‘training without compensating’, we’re going to need as much policy help as we can get.
Garth Brooks is slated to headline the first-ever Black Friday Amazon Music Live special on Nov. 24. Brooks’s performance will be livestreamed from the grand opening of his new downtown Nashville bar, Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk, giving fans around the world a front-row seat for one of his well-known “Dive Bar” concerts.
The forum, marketplace and music festival is focused on the future of the music industry with networking opportunities and discussion events. The reborn version of the famous music industry gathering will feature a range of immersive events, conferences and live concerts.
The company says that the new tool, available within the UnitedMasters app, will provide independent artists with guidance, coaching, and insights to help them progress in their careers.
The viability of artificial intelligence in the creative arts is causing musicians to define where they stand with regards to embracing the rapidly proliferating technology. As one might expect, opinions on the tech and its perceived impact vary widely, but one thing is clear: many artists are bringing AI into their creative process and even more desire to do so.
AI is on a collision course with music — Reservoir’s Golnar Khosrowshahi thinks there’s a way through
The publisher behind the songwriting copyrights to some of the most popular music ever recorded doesn’t think AI spells doom for the industry.
As most DJs and avid music fans can attest, staying current with new music releases demands significant time and dedication. Furthermore, discovering rising artists adds another layer of complexity. Tracknack automates this process, integrating smoothly into your Spotify listening routine.
As AI and data analytics shape the future, these innovators emphasize the vital importance of approaching these advancements with caution and ethical responsibility.
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