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Stanford students produce music industry podcast – Stanford Today

In ARTSINST 150/MUSIC 150P: The Changing World of Popular Music, Stanford students got an inside look at the business of the music industry through intimate conversations with artists and executives, including 40, James Fauntleroy, Nineteen85 and Mr. Morgan of the record label OVO Sound. The course was taught by Jay LeBoeuf, a technology executive and […]

DMX’s Music Was a Profound Vessel for His Pain

From the release of his debut Def Jam single, “Get at Me Dog,” in 1998, DMX was an immediate titanic presence in hip-hop. Just as the genre was moving toward polished sheen, he preferred iron and concrete — rapping with a muscular throatiness that conveyed an excitable kind of mayhem. The staccato bursts on “Ruff […]

Purdue trustees approve bachelor’s degree in music; ratify faculty positions, promotions; honor friends of the university

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The Purdue University Board of Trustees on Friday (April 9) approved the creation of a Bachelor of Arts degree in music, ratified two faculty positions and the promotion and tenure of faculty, and issued a resolution of appreciation for friends of the university. The B.A. in music will be part of […]

Making Music Visible: Singing in Sign

Signing choirs have long been common around the world. But the pandemic has fostered new visibility for signing and music, aided in part by the video-focused technology that all musicians have relied on to make art together. As part of the “Global Ode to Joy” celebration of the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth last year, […]

Guild of Music Supervisors Honoree Maureen Crowe Sounds Off on Importance of Her Profession Amid a Changing In

The Guild’s founding member and president, who will receive the organization’s Legacy Award at its 11th annual awards ceremony on April 11, discusses the Guild’s origins, its relevance to an industry increasingly reliant on the use of music in all of its forms, and its goals going forward. On Sunday, April 11, Maureen Crowe, the […]

For the Detroit Music Awards, it’s a milestone year, and life is virtually fine

Like so much of the entertainment world one year ago, the Detroit Music Awards faced a stark choice: Throw in the towel — or head to the internet. With its Fillmore Detroit event canceled because of COVID-19, the DMAs team quickly whipped together a virtual version of the annual show, an “all in this together” […]

New Music Friday: The Top 9 Albums Out On April 9 : All Songs Considered

The Hong Kong-based singer-songwriter Cehryl. Her latest release, Time Machine, is one of our picks for the best albums out on April 9. Jonny Ho/Courtesy of the artist hide caption toggle caption Jonny Ho/Courtesy of the artist It’s hard to feel bad when you listen to the music of Dutch artist Benny Sings. His latest […]

When Boston Ruled the Music World

When I moved to Boston, Schuller was in the final years of his transformative tenure as president of the New England Conservatory. There he had established the first degree-granting jazz program at a major American conservatory — bringing in the pianist Ran Blake to chair it as well as hiring giants to teach, including Jaki […]

TikTok to Roll Out 6 Interactive, Responsive Music Creative Effects

TikTok will roll out six new interactive and responsive music creative effects over the coming weeks, starting with Music Visualizer, which is available globally and was used by Area21 to promote their latest track, “La La La.” Article source: https://www.adweek.com/media/tiktok-to-roll-out-6-interactive-responsive-music-creative-effects/

Top Five — Art of Music

Note: During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have the chance to learn a little more about our Louisiana Tech University Family: students, staff, alumni, faculty, and friends. We’ll call it Tech Top 5. Go to LATechSports.com for more Top 5s. #TogetherApart Clay Zizzi Freshman Clay Zizzi of West Monroe is a double major in biology and […]