Splice Launches Aaroh; The Art of Using Reverb and Delay in Music Production; Harman Buys Audiophile Darling Roon
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Roon is the go-to software for audiophiles who want to manage their music library, streaming services, and audio gear from one central location. And as of November 27, it’s now owned by Harman, parent company of JBL, Harman Kardon, AKG, and Mark Levinson.
Roon will operate as a standalone Harman business with its existing team. All Roon operations will stay in place and continue to be dedicated to serving and growing Roon’s community of device partners and customers, under a joint mission to deliver engaging and personalized audio experiences across a universe of products and platforms.
IMPALA is a trade body that represents many of the world’s biggest independent record labels in Europe. The “Friends of IMPALA” initiative, spearheaded by the organization, aims to facilitate collaboration between companies and the independent music sector.
When working with digital music production, reverb and delay stand as the twin pillars of creating depth and dimension in a track. These effects are more than mere embellishments; they are powerful tools that, when wielded with skill, can transform the flat canvas of a sound into a rich tapestry of auditory experience.
Splice, the platform that helps music creators bring their ideas to life, has launched Aaroh, a new sample label representing the samples and sounds of South Asia. To celebrate the launch of the label, Aaroh has released five distinct sample packs representing a sonic exploration of musical styles and instruments of one of the most creative regions in the world.
The research comes from the forthcoming Engaging With Music 2023, IFPI’s global report examining how fans around the world engage with, and feel about, music. With responses from more than 43,000 people across 26 countries, the report is billed as the largest music study of its kind and the most detailed insight into fan thinking.
Musicians and listeners are starting to realize the life of a viral one-hit wonder is not all that it’s cracked up to be as trends shift back to releasing and listening to full-length albums.
SoundExchange, the premier music tech organization powering the future of music, announced today that legendary hard rock band, Metallica, has been awarded the SoundExchange Hall Of Fame Award as one of the most streamed acts in the organization’s 20-year history.
If you’ve ever listened to a YouTube video of “lo-fi beats to study or relax to,” you might have interacted with Michael Turner’s music.
It’s not a new debate, but like you, I often wonder about who might be tomorrow’s music legends? Which of today’s artists can stand on the shoulders of giants.
Lil Eazy (real name Eric Darnell Wright Jr.) spoke to TMZ at the unveiling of his father’s street-naming ceremony in Compton earlier this week, where he revealed that AI could be instrumental in helping with the release of the music.
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