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Qobuz : le plateforme de streaming des audiophiles

Qobuz, the online music service dedicated to quality

Internet has completely changed the face of music distribution. This change has been positive in that it’s easier than ever to access music. However, this newfound accessibility came by sacrificing audio quality and artist remuneration. Just like Meludia, Qobuz has decided to raise audio expectations to the higher quality standards of Lossless format (CD quality) and the […]
Uberchord - Trainer Single Mode

Uberchord: the personal guitar training app

  Learning guitar is a daunting project. Especially when you don’t have a guitar teacher next to you checking your fingerings and chords, which is actually the case most of the time you’re playing. Uberchord has developed an amazing app with a chord recognizer that gives you real-time feedback on your playing no matter your […]
Meludia - Whozic Interview

Interview Philippe Lachaise – Whozic

It is often pretty hard to find the right musician(s) in your region to play with, especially classical musician. Philippe Lachaise explained us how Whozic aims at solving this.  What is Whozic? Whozic is a social network dedicated to classical music. Revolving around music and music-related activities Whozic makes it easy for you to meet the […]

4 solutions for making your music known

The 14th of October Meludia was attending the Mama Event in Paris, the yearly convention of the music industry. This was the opportunity for discovering the hottest trends and tools specially dedicated for musicians. We have selected 4 innovative start-ups that help musicians collaborate, distribute and sell their music all around.  1. Jamshake You just […]

Interview Stephen Henderson – Ruach Cajon Inventor

Today we receive on our blog Stephen Henderson founder of Ruach Music. You don’t know what is a Cajon? We will explain you in the details. How did you start Ruach? At the age of 16, after playing a cajon for the first time at my friends house, I wanted to have one but could […]