Tuning in to the many relationships between innovation and music
Women are demanding respect, autonomy, and credit in an industry that has long rebuffed them.
Game music has quietly infiltrated mainstream culture while retaining its unique appeal.
Why did some of the 20th century’s most radically experimental instruments succeed–and others fail?
The question isn’t whether robots can do what humans do–it’s about what we value about creativity.
Forget jamming in a garage–when the next generation starts to make music, it’ll enter an upside-down industry.
From the crackle of vinyl to the clipped edges of MP3s, the ways we listen to music influence why we love it.
From paleolithic flutes and church organs to wearables and virtual reality.
How about instead of a song playing out over time, it plays out over a space?
A look at some of the most inventive ways artists have combined sound and vision.
Can a computer truly ever replace human creativity in pop music?
A musical instrument designed to be hacked and modified into something new and unexpected.
An international festival for the world’s longest-standing refugee camp.
Want to know how innovations are changing the world?
Creating a new tool for composers and performers.
Mortimer isn’t just a music machine–he’s also a scientific instrument.
Most things can be an instrument, as long as you’re dedicated enough