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January 31, 2023

Music Press Asia Release E-magazine 3rd December
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Music Press Asia Published December E-Magazine

December marks a remarkable achievement for us here at Music Press Asia. Over the last 12 months, we have seen the extreme rebirth of the live music scene. As the live crowd gain confidence in public venues, music and live venue promoters are joining forces to put on some of the greatest and more meaningful shows we’ve seen in years.…

Hazel Savage Joins Tuned Global Board

Original press release Savage brings 15 years of experience working for music streaming services and building successful music tech businesses…

Hazel Savage joins Tuned Global board.Music Press Asia

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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…

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