Using cutting edge technology to construct ham-fisted duets with dead singers to boost sales is sad way to listen to great artists.
The mixing desk used to make Dark Side of the Moon fetched a huge sum at auction recently. Its productive life is far from over.
The Beatles have released their early recordings in mono and the Rolling Stones are soon to follow suit. Fans think they sound better.
Bitcoin, blockchain and automatic royalty payments could transform how musicians earn.
The way we experience music has changed. So, what should the 21st-century music classroom look like?