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July 28, 2021

Computex, an exhibition in high demand post-pandemic, goes virtual. Music Press Asia
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Taipei City

Computex Debuts Virtual Exhibition

With conference dates for its physical conference rescheduled, Computex, an important exhibition for the global telecommunications industry will now happen virtually for one month: from 31 May to 30 June, 2021.     What used to be an annual event, the exhibition in Taipei now faces border control issues due to the pandemic and can no longer hosts its exhibitors, buyers…

Malaysian Firms To Invest In Hybrid Cloud

According to Bernama, a Malaysian national news agency, that in a recent survey by IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV), found that business executives in the country are planning ‘to…

Inside the IBM Cloud in Dallas, Texas. (Credit: Connie Zhou for IBM). Music Press Asia

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Jambl, ClicknClear, Legitary & Tunefork win Midemlab 2019
music startups

Music Startups Jambl, ClicknClear, Legitary & Tunefork Win Midemlab 2019

Midem, a competition for innovative startups in the music industry and the entertainment business, has recently announced Midemlab’s winners at its 12th edition music startup competition. Sponsored by Deezer and Recochoku, the finalists were selected from a total of 177 submissions from 45 countries — reflecting the dynamic entrepreneurship in the music industry. All Midemlab finalists will receive a one-to-one…

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artificial intelligence

OpenAI launches Music-generating AI, MuseNet

What do you really think when music is developed by the latest technological fuss we all call artificial intelligence (A.I)? Open AI, a non-profit artificial intelligence company backed by Tesla…

OpenAI launches music-generating AI, MuseNet

How Do You Monetize Via Lyrics?

When LyricFind launched LyricMerch end of 2017, no one would have thought that monetization can be made just from lyrics. With LyricFind’s database of millions of lyrics, the company managed…

Monetizing lyrics. Image courtesy of LyricFind.
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licensing & copyrights

Songtradr Acquires Music Licensing Big Sync Music

Songtradr, a leader in the digital music licensing sphere, today announced its acquisition of Big Sync Music Ltd, a name synonymous to the role it plays, creatively, as a music…

Songtradr Acquires Big Sync Music, A Music Licensing Agency.

Asia’s Tech Trends For The Music Industry in 2019

With Asia’s growing demand for a more organised music economy, companies and artists are pushing the boundaries of fan engagement, live performances, creation, and music management. Asia is definitely embracing…

VR and AR companies have coasted 2018 with largely mediocre products. Any more hype and profitability may come from gaming for now.
Climate Science

How Can Music Executives Fight Against Climate Change?

The interview below was initially published on The Climate Music Project’s website. Erik has been writing and recording music for theater, dance, film and television in the Bay Area since 1982. His extensive collaborations include experimental theater/dance performance, film, and rock and jazz ensembles. His…

Erik Ian Walker wrote 'Climate' in a collaboration with The ClimateMusic Project.
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