Showing posts with label Music. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Music. Show all posts

Friday, December 30, 2016

Top 10 Best Free Music Downloading Apps For Android

Top 10 Best Free Music Downloading Apps For Android

4Shared Music

MP3 Music Downloader

Simple MP3 Downloader

Music Maniac – MP3 Downloader

Tunee Music Downloader

Soundloader For SoundCloud


Google Play Music

Super Cloud Song MP3 Downloader

Music MP3 Download Free Copyleft

Monday, March 2, 2015

YouTube Music Awards 2015 will premiere exclusive new videos from artists including Ed Sheeran and Charli XCX

YouTube has announced the winners of its 2015 Music Awards. You can see the full list of artists, who have collectively pulled in more than 47 billion views in the past 6 months, below.
The big news is that it’s going to premiere a tranche of exclusive new videos during the event.

On March 23, at 10am PT (6pm GMT), the video sharing site is dropping brand new videos from Ed SheeranCharli XCXMegan NicoleMax SchneiderCahootsMartin GarrixNicky JamShamir and Migos.

YouTube’s collaborating with VICE to produce the program and promises subscribers to the YouTube Music Awards channel will get the chance to take part in some of the shoots.
It’s another sign that Google is taking the need to create original content on YouTube seriously. The Music Awards were previously a live event but havereturned this year as a strictly online affair.

Friday, February 20, 2015

Sony is trying to sell a $160 64GB microSD card to music buffs

Would you spend $160 for 64GB microSD card? Well Sony thinks so, as it has the potential to provide less electrical noise when reading data leading to better audio quality.

Sony has just announced a new microSDXC card with a 64GB capacity priced at $160 (Rs. 9,800), in a market where the average price of a Class 10 64GB microSDXC is slightly over Rs. 2,000. Now you would think that this new card would be super fast, but sadly it isn't. Strangely Sony has proclaimed the USP of the new card as made for ‘Premium Sound’.

Now if the card provides the same speed as most of the microSDXC cards out there, then how can it provide a better audio experience? Sony’s explanation here is that it gives less electrical noise when reading data which means a more crisp audio experience and lesser loss in quality.

Sounds logical, but how does it work? Well, even Sony has not mentioned as to how technically it works, and to add insult to injury, a Sony spokesperson has said “We aren’t that sure about the product’s potential demand, but we thought some among people who are committed to great sound quality would want it.” Confused much Sony?

Now why would one buy an overpriced memory card just because it is said to offer lesser electrical noise interferences without viable proof? Just a month ago Sony had announced a super expensive $1200 Walkman for music purists, which was again some absurd pricing from the company.