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Budweiser, like Coke and Pepsi, to pass on Super Bowl 2021 commercials

The “king of beers” won’t be reigning over the Super Bowl 2021 commercial space this year. Budweiser is the latest corporation to back out of advertising during this year’s broadcast, choosing instead to join a public awareness campaign for the COVID-19 vaccine. For the first time in 37 years, the company won’t air its game-stealing

2021-01-25T16:30:32+00:00January 25th, 2021|Categories: Tech Up Music & Entertainment|

DIY music production software like Logic Pro X is now the mainstream. Here’s what you need to know

TLDR: The Ultimate Logic Pro X Music Production Bundle is a music lover’s dream, an 8-course collection in using this high-powered production suite to make all your own beats. Paul McCartney did it. So did Bruce Springsteen and the Rolling Stones. From Led Zeppelin to Radiohead to Foo Fighters, right up to today’s hottest artists

2021-01-16T17:54:18+00:00January 16th, 2021|Categories: Tech Up Music & Entertainment|

Samsung launches new smart monitor for both work and entertainment

Samsung Electronics announced the global launch of its new Smart Monitor, a screen that brings together features for work, learning and entertainment. In a release Samsung claims that the monitor is designed to meet the new needs of today’s consumers, who are now working, learning and consuming entertainment at home. The new Smart Monitor incorporates

2020-12-01T18:47:52+00:00December 1st, 2020|Categories: Tech Up Music & Entertainment|

The medley of music and technology

When the director of the University of Redlands School of Music, Joseph Modica, was interviewed for the position last year he was asked about the challenges of the 21st-century musician. “And here we are, we’re experiencing them!” he says of teaching and performing music during the pandemic. While both students and faculty members in the

2020-11-20T17:24:11+00:00November 20th, 2020|Categories: Tech Up Music & Entertainment|

New device puts music in your head — no headphones required

LONDON (AP) — Imagine a world where you move around in your own personal sound bubble. You listen to your favorite tunes, play loud computer games, watch a movie or get navigation directions in your car — all without disturbing those around you. That’s the possibility presented by “sound beaming,” a new futuristic audio technology

2020-11-12T16:59:00+00:00November 12th, 2020|Categories: Tech Up Music & Entertainment|

New Tech Makes a Virtual Ensemble Possible

In early September, we reported on an innovative approach to online music collaboration adopted by the Ragazzi Boys Chorus to allow the organization’s various ensembles to keep rehearsing during the pandemic-mandated limits on gatherings. Ragazzi was the first music group to use “Virtual Studio,” the hardware/software solution developed by the JackTrip Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated

2020-11-05T19:21:49+00:00November 5th, 2020|Categories: Tech Up Music & Entertainment|

Four Ways the Coronavirus Pandemic Might Change Entertainment

The year 2020 will be remembered in the entertainment business as a time of delayed movie releases, suspended filming schedules and canceled concert tours. But the industry is also preparing for the coronavirus pandemic to reshape its means of creating and distributing art. READ MORE FROM THE ORIGINAL SOURCE HERE

2020-10-30T17:19:12+00:00October 30th, 2020|Categories: Tech Up Music & Entertainment|

Planet Word, a new museum devoted to language, is a high-tech, feel-good experience

The Franklin School in downtown Washington has been empty for more than a decade, except for a brief period in 2011 when the Occupy Movement used it as a homeless shelter. One of the most significant historic structures in the city, and one of the most beautiful, the school was neglected and severely dilapidated. Preservationists

2020-10-22T00:05:40+00:00October 22nd, 2020|Categories: Tech Up Music & Entertainment|

Air filter donation allows Department of Music to continue performing

Performing artists are undoubtedly struggling these last six months because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is no different for the Department of Music in the College of Liberal Arts, which has been stressed to meet performance demands, provide virtual learning opportunities for students and keep everyone on the University of Nevada, Reno campus safe. Fortunately,

2020-10-09T02:12:06+00:00October 9th, 2020|Categories: Tech Up Music & Entertainment|