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Apple wants to help you with your budding music career
Want to tap into your musical potential? Apple is on your side, bringing new and refreshed music apps to the App Store.
Ovum reveals three certainties for the rapidly evolving music streaming sector in 2016
The shift in consumer spending towards accessing music rather than owning it is an unstoppable trend resulting in a monumental shake-up.
MOTAT launches new, interactive exhibition
Last weekend a new exhibition, 'Sounds Amazing' opened at the Museum of Transport and Technology in Auckland.
Has the UK entered digital prohibition?
"The UK High Court has overturned private copyright exceptions in a move that could see millions of ordinary people breaking the law."
Wearable technology comes to NZ music festivals
New Zealand music festivals, including Rhythm and Vines, have embraced wearable technology this summer season, helping festival goers capture their experience and share with friends.
The music industry's move to digital: Stairway to heaven or highway to hell?
In the past few years musicians have been changing up their marketing strategies, leaving traditional sales channels behind and engaging with their audience in new ways.
Pandora AMP, connecting audience and artist
Pandora, the world’s largest internet radio platform, has launched a new platform that will give artists insight into their audience.
Why is music like a drug for athletes?
The connection between music and exercise goes back hundreds of years, and new technology makes working out with your exercise playlists easier than ever.
Ears on… with the beating heart of music headphones
"Without music, life would be a mistake," uttered the immortal Bob Marley.
In the spotlight: Spotify
The best thing about Spotify is simply how easy it is to use and how easy it is to get your favourite music, new or old, right on your device.
Pandora NZ "open for business" following double hire
It's time to let New Zealand’s advertising market know Pandora – the world’s third highest earning mobile advertising platform behind Facebook and Google – is open for business.
Android App Review: Looper
Looper is a free app that lets you record and mix samples and sounds into music. It has nothing to do with the 2012 sci-fi movie starring Bruce Willis, which is a shame because that movie is great.
Now playing: Twitter #music
Social networking site launches music discovery service called #music, but will it be #great?
Deezey does it for tailor made music site
For those who think machines will take over the world, think again.
Telecom launches its own Android music store
App developed in conjunction with Livewire Mobile lets users pay for music via their phone bill.
Download 3 songs per week from Auckland Library
Members offered full, legal access to Sony Music catalogue.