music tech

RecordGram thinks your phone is the new recording studio

If RecordGram has its way, top record producers will all turn to their app, a kind of mobile recording studio, to find the next Justin Bieber or Nicki Minaj. And aspiring artists will all find beats,

Sub Pop’s founder launched a fun music remixing app

Okay, this is actually pretty cool. I’ve only been playing around with it a bit, but I can definitely see it becoming addicting — particularly if the service’s creators can bring more musici

Shazam is finally profitable after a billion downloads

Shazam, the mobile and desktop app that acts as a digital ear and song identifier, crossed the 1 billion download mark recently, according to a report from Billboard on Thursday. The London-based co

When music and technology collide

Some might say that technology is killing the music industry. But if you look around, there’s a beautiful marriage there -- the music industry is evolving every day, and artists are embracing techno

Kobalt Quietly Acquired AMRA To Launch Its Own Global Collection Group For Digital Music

Kobalt, the London-based startup that has built big-data technology to track and collect digital music royalties from across multiple streaming platforms, is turning up the volume on its business. Th

Bandzoogle Acquires Onesheet, “The For Bands,” To Become The Go-To Website Builder For Artists

<a href="">Two years ago</a>, ArtistData founder and serial entrepre

Backstage Acquires Music Promotion Startup Sonicbids For $15M+ To Build A LinkedIn For Creatives

If you're an independent band, or actor, or clown, or really creative of any stripe, you're probably looking for a gig. But try as you might, finding that gig is tough. But what if there were a platfo

Cutting The Cord: WildChords Brings Guitar Hero To Real Guitars On The iPad

<img src="" />Learning to play an instrument is challenging; the progress in the early stages is slow, an