Industry News Roundup! // 02.22

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Moby Has Just Released Four Hours Worth Of Free Music Designed For Yoga And MeditationMoby (Richard Melville Hall), is an American DJ, singer, songwriter, musician, photographer and animal rights activist. He is well known for his electronic music, veganism, and support of animal rights.

Recently on his website he released a series of ambient recording designed to help people feel a great calmness.

\\ Via Educate Inspire Change //

Action Needed To Maintain DMCA Safe Harbor Protection: If your business lets third parties post content on your website – even a simple product review – please keep reading. Recent changes in U.S. copyright law require online service providers to take additional steps to avoid liability for infringing content posted by their website visitors.

\\ Via Mondaq //

Skrillex Revealed To Be Working with IncubusThe unthinkable has happened: Skrillex is in the studio with Incubus. After his reunion with From First to Last with the track “Make War,” Skrillex seems to be continuing his journey into the rock and punk genres.

\\ Via Noiseporn //

Google’s AI Duet Lets You Make Music with a Virtual Pianist: Google’s latest artificial intelligence experiment is a music-playing piano bot that digests whatever keyboard melodies you give it and tries to respond in kind. The neat tool is called AI Duet, and it’s part of an ongoing push from Google’s Creative Lab division to help the public familiarize themselves with AI and all the ways it can mimic human behavior — and even create art. A collection of music-focused AI tools were first shown off last fall, but now AI Duet in particular has been made available to the public.

\\ Via The Verge //

Playster Combines Spotify, Netflix, Books, and Games for Half the Price: Spotify, Netflix, HBO Go, Hulu Plus, Pandora, Kindle, Sirius XM Radio, PlayStation, Xbox, Deezer, Alexa… Is it time for a simpler life? If you’re an average, internet-connected citizen of this world, chances are you’re overloaded with media and entertainment apps.  And, paying for it, in more ways than one.

\\ Via Digital Music News //

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