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DrumPants – turn your pants into a walking drum kit

December 20th, 2013 at 9:01 am » Comments Off

A group of people in San Francisco have invented a drum kit that you can wear inside your clothing. Now, you or anyone around you could secretly be smuggling musical instruments — in your pants.    



Instrument designed by Da Vinci five centuries ago built and played for first time ever

November 24th, 2013 at 12:17 pm » Comments Off

Viola Organista Five centuries ago a man by the name of Leonardo Da Vinci sat down and sketched a design for something he clearly thought would improve what we now know as classical music. He never built the thing, though.  Whatever the reason for not building it, more than 500 years after Da Vinci first sketched […]



What music should you listen to at work? (Infographic)

June 25th, 2013 at 8:35 am » Comments Off

What music works best with your particular job? What music you listen to at home may depend on your mood, what you’re doing, what you’re planning to do and who you’re with. When you listen to music at work, you should also take into account what you do for a living. (Infographic)  



Global music sales growing for first time this century

February 28th, 2013 at 9:51 am » Comments Off

In 2012, global music sales rose by 0.3 percent to $16.5 billion.  This marks the first good year for the music industry since 1999.The music industry’s 21st century renaissance comes down to four factors: Better mobile technology, a growing global middle class, more music-listening options, and an effective crackdown on piracy that is making paid […]



The new DJ’s are fitness gurus

February 7th, 2013 at 9:31 am » Comments Off

. Devin Murphy fell in love with the new remix of the 1984 Bryan Adams hit “Summer of ’69.” But she didn’t hear it on the radio, iTunes or see it on a friend’s Spotify page. She fell for it while sweating it out at a fitness class at Barry’s Bootcamp.    



Most popular music scenes in America

November 16th, 2012 at 9:58 am » Comments Off

Gary LeVox of Rascal Flatts performs. Over the past twenty years the geography of popular music has changed considerably. The internet and social media have obviously played a large role. While industries like automobiles or steel still cluster around resources, cheap labor and transportation routes, or high-tech companies cluster around skilled labor and universities, the […]



Dash into a smart phone augmented car stereo

September 26th, 2012 at 4:02 pm » Comments (0)

Dash by Devium maximizes your phone’s musical potential. Smartphones are evolving at a fantastic rate. New phones with increased capability hit the market every 3-4 months. Traditional car stereos cannot keep up. To leverage consumers investment in their smart phone, Devium created a new class of car stereo, The Dash Platform. Dash is a platform that grows […]



Sonic Clamp gives your guitar new powers

September 25th, 2012 at 5:02 pm » Comments (0)

Playing guitar is a whole new experience with Sonic Clamp. There are more than 50,000 apps available for guitar players – everything from amps to sound effects to drum machines to chords, lyrics and tabs. At Sonic Clamp, their mission is simple – they want to help guitar and bass players access their apps. Sonic Clamp mounts your […]



Feel the noise with Sound in 3D

September 24th, 2012 at 1:33 pm » Comments (0)

   Tactile sound engineering in action. Sound in 3D  is the next generation in “tactile” sound technology. It is poised to have a profound impact on the entertainment industry, including home theater, music production, movie production, education, and health. Sound in 3D  is one of the featured exhibitors at the DaVinci Inventor Showcase, which takes place on […]



The Beatles’ final photo shoot on August 22, 1969

August 23rd, 2012 at 12:34 pm » Comments (0)

The Fab Four at Tittenhurst Park. It’s a been a great era for rediscovered Beatles photos, from the famous lost Beatles photographs taken by their tour manager to Linda McCartney’s tender portraits to Harry Benson’s luminous black-and-white photos of the Fab Four. (photos)    



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