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The search for the next music/tech giants (#SlushMusic)

2017 has been a fascinating year for digital music, from the growth in paid streaming to a wave of new accelerators and initiatives to help talented music startups get up and running. A pair of sessions at the Slush Music...
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Techstars Music seeking second cohort of music startups

The Techstars Music accelerator is on the hunt for its second cohort of music/tech startups, with applications closing on 15 October. The final decision on who makes it onto the program is set to be made by mid-December....
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Amper Music: ‘In the year 2117, AI-generated music will be old hat’

“We came together with a belief that the future of music would be created by the collaboration between humans and AI. We knew that AI, when someone got it right, would lead to an evolution towards a new era of creativity…” Drew...
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Playing next door to Alice: Popgun reveals its music AI

Music composed by artificial intelligence (AI) rather than humans is a controversial topic in 2017, for two reasons. First: disbelief in some quarters that an AI will ever be able to create music as well as a human can....
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Robin wants to be music fans’ personal concert concierge

“Amazing live experiences have the power to change people’s lives, but getting tickets to those experiences has become increasingly painful and confusing.” Adam McIsaac, like many music fans, found himself getting...
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Techstars Music accelerator names its first class of startups

The new Techstars Music accelerator has announced the 11 startups who’ll be taking part in its first program this year. Music Ally readers will spot some familiar names on the list, including DJ-app creator Pacemaker,...
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Sony, WMG and Sonos on board for Techstars Music accelerator

From Abbey Road Red and Marathon Labs in the UK to Project Music in the US, the idea of accelerators or incubators for music/tech startups is slowly catching on. Now they’ve been joined by one of the big names in the wider...