TIDAL announces deal with Sprint, now allows users to edit length and temp of songs
TIDAL has recently announced two fairly major changes to their company. No, Kanye hasn’t updated The Life of Pablo again (at least not at the time of this article’s publication), and no, Beyoncé isn’t single (yet). TIDAL has just announced a massive shakeup in their structure, as Sprint has acquired a 33% stake in the company. All 24 artist/owners will remain part-owners, while Sprint will now offer TIDAL to all of its 45 million customers. Seems like a good deal for everyone. Should have gotten that TIDAL stock… oh wait… I don’t think it’s public.
The second major change to TIDAL is of a more aesthetic nature, in which art dies yet another death, for, at TIDAL, art now truly lives in the ear of the beholder.
Important questions of aesthetic objectivity, form, and meaning have been around as long as Western art itself has; yet, under capital, aesthetics has taken a…