In today's fast moving world the path that the future will take can be very difficult to predict. Fads come and go faster than ever before and music is not immune to the fickle nature of modern life. Someone can be on top of the world one day and then be all but forgotten the next. Remember Gotye? Anyone heard from him lately? Likewise acts can be plucked up from obscurity and thrust into the limelight seemingly out of the blue
AI and music: will we be slaves to the algorithm?
AI and music: will we be slaves to the algorithm? | Artificial intelligence (AI) | The Guardian
The future in English can be rather confusing. There are two future forms used in most conversations: the future with "will" and the future with "going to. Study these basic forms and then use the referenced resources to practice these forms. Teachers can print out these materials for use in-class, or find help with how to teach future forms , as well as the lesson plans suggested below.
The Future of Birdland Jazz Club and Live Music
Monomans were starting to build their collection of music on personal computers, but the future would give more options to the listeners, as brain-computer interaction become more and more connected. There was an industry called artificial intelligence trying to help every humans on the Cosmico planet. The government tryed to block a monpolistic company who was not friendly with the idea to distribute their software for free. Every monomans i.
Kitchen-table and drive-in gigs are flourishing, but small venues and many artists will struggle in coming months — and our pop critic is missing something visceral…. S peaking selfishly, I miss volume the most. More than the crush of friends, or the camaraderie of strangers, or the ephemeral communion of act and crowd, I miss the kiss of bass on arm flesh. Unlike my fellow critics who review theatre, dance or art, my work did not evaporate during lockdown — it pivoted to recorded music and became surreal.