Today’s Solutions: May 24, 2024

How the Sounds Right project

How the Sounds Right project brings harmony to environmental protection and music 

In the realm of music, inspiration can strike from the most unexpected sources. From the soft rustle of leaves to the grand roar of a waterfall, nature's symphony has long served as the backdrop for many melodies. Take the hit "Blackbird" by The Beatles—halfway through the track the sweet sound Read More...

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Tennessee's ELVIS Act: A pioneering legislation protects artists from AI misuse

Tennessee made history late last month by signing the Ensuring Likeness Voice and Image Security Act (ELVIS Act), which was the first piece of legislation specially designed to protect artists from unlawful AI mimicry. Governor Bill Lee lauded the historic event, underscoring Tennessee's dedication Read More...

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Meet Filkin's Drift, the band walking 870 Miles to promote environmentally friendly touring

In a world where music has no boundaries, the environmental impact of touring has frequently taken a back seat. But now, two musicians from Birmingham, UK, are upending the music industry by embarking on an 870-mile eco-tour along Wales' gorgeous coast. Meet Seth Bye and Chris Roberts, the Read More...

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Musicians to credit Earth as collaborator and support environmental causes

Artists such as Brian Eno and Anna Calvi are naming the Earth as a co-writer on their songs in order to donate a portion of their income to environmental causes. Earth: a poetic construct Eno described the Earth as "a poetic construct... a beautiful idea," and producers such Fraser T. Smith (a Read More...

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Major music labels come together to sign the Music Climate Pact

Major players in the music industry have joined forces to combat the climate crisis by committing to the Music Climate Pact. Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group, and Warner Music Group as well as independent labels like the Beggars and Secretly groups of labels, Warp, Ninja Tune, and Read More...