Technology in music: A chronological playlist through history

To get in the mood for the May 19th Music Summit at TNW Conference 2017, our partner Massive Music made a playlist celebrating the creative use of technology in music. Philip Oomen, Head of Music Research & Licensing at MassiveMusic, compiled it and wrote down some notes about the 23 tracks for the curious. Listen to it here, and read on below: 1. Let’s start from from the beginning, in 1937: a timeless feel – eerie and alienating at times, permeates ‘Oraison’ by French composer Olivier Messiaen. The song was originally written for an ensemble of early electronic musical keyboards…This story continues at The Next Web

by Annick van Dijk
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