Abbey Road talks its first hackathon: ‘A space for bright ideas’
Posted on: 28 novembre 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

Earlier this month, Abbey Road Studios in London held its first hackathon, with 80 participants from startups and universities as well as 30 music-industry experts coming together to experiment with AI, hardware and other technologies.
Organised by the Abbey Road Red incubator, the hackathon’s winning ideas included Rapple, an AI rap battler; HRMNI, a collaborative music-making app; a VR/AR synthesizer created by a team called XtraSynth; and a vegetable-based music tool called SoundSoup.
Music Ally talked to Abbey Road’s senior digital manager Dominika Dronska after the event, for her perspective on the hackathon itself, the trends that emerged from what participants created.
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Source: Music ally

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