A new week-long programme of educational events for women and non-binary people looking to break into the music tech industry will take place at the end of next month.
Titled 7 Days of Sound and organised by Bristol based music tech initiative Saffron, the digital programme will consist of guest-hosted online workshops with each day taking on a separate theme - including Wellbeing, Music for Media and DJs & Radio.
A new speaker reportedly beams music directly into your head without headphones.
In a report last week, The Associated Press revealed that Israeli tech company, Noveto Systems, has developed a "futuristic audio technology" to enable listeners to enjoy solo wireless music - without headphones.
Serato has updated its software to support users using the recently released macOS Catalina.
Introduced earlier this month, the updated Apple software, macOS Catalina 10.5, included the removal of Itunes and the addition of a new Apple Music app. The changed caused users of Pioneer DJ's Rekordbox and NI's Traktor programs to experience compatability issues, with both companies advising people not to update the software until a fix has been released.
Sony have designed a limited edition Walkman for the 40th anniversary of the device.
Celebrating 40 years since the release of the original model, Sony have revealed an all-new Walkman, the model NW-A100TPS, which will be available in limited numbers and released in November.
The original Walkman cassette was released in 1979, and was discontinued in 2012 after 33 years of production.
Unlike its predecessors, the device has full digital capabilities and boasts a 26-hour battery life. The new Walkman will also feature 16GB of storage, and retail for roughly £400.
The iconic Technics SL 1210 is the deck that changed it all.
At the launch of the SL 1210 Mk7 at fabric London, DJ Mag spoke with five legendary vinyl DJs about why the 1210 is still vital for the future of DJing.
Thanks to Micky Finn, Matt Jam Lamont, DJ Marky, DJ Prime Cuts and Low Steppa, who all performed at Technics SL 1210 Mk7 launch at fabric in July 2019, for the insight and to Technics for the event.
There has been a huge shift in the way DJs and producers have been making music over the last few years. Hardware, and especially analogue equipment, is the order of the day, with the re-emergence of dedicated studios providing tools to facilitate this style of working.
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