Connecting the World - Portia Sabin, Music Business Association | Innovating Music Podcast
This week on the Innovating Music Podcast, we talk with Music Business Association President, Dr. Portia Sabin, about the ways in which the music business is connected as a community. We discuss her journey through the music industry from performing as an artist to running a record label. We also look at other aspects of the music business and how they have been affected in light of the pandemic. This includes trade associations and their advantages for independent labels especially during the pandemic and other ways in which cities can centralize their local music businesses to connect the music community at large.
Reconnecting with Virtual Audiences, Jay Gilbert, Label Logic | Innovating Music Podcast
Innovation often answers the call to action made by changing environments. In this week’s podcast, we talk with Jay Gilbert, photographer and co-founder of Label Logic, about the new challenges artists in the music industry face in light of social-distancing and what their “new normal” will be as the world regains its rhythm.
Blockchain as Buffet, Stefan Schulz, Bitfury Surround | Innovating Music Podcast
Stefan Schulz, CEO and Co-Founder of Bitfury Surround, discusses the potential of blockchain technology for connecting not just content, but data and new value chains for content.
Learning to Compose Virtually | Innovating Music Podcast
Rethink learning and education in music with UCLA alumnus Akira Nakano, the President and Artistic Director of the Los Angeles Inception Orchestra.
Bridging Fans to Livestreams | Innovating Music Podcast
Adaptation is key when it comes to technology and innovation. In this week’s podcast, we discuss how technology evolves to fit the ever-changing dynamic between artists and their fan-bases with Fabrice Sergent, the co-founder and CEO of Bandsintown. We look at new ways in which Bandsintown supports its artists with new features such as watchLive and a recent partnership with Twitch. We also discuss the shift in livestream viewing trends which have increased dramatically and what this means for artists and digital platforms.
Evolution of the Creative Workflow | Innovating Music Podcast
Sometimes circumstance sparks innovation when changing work environments require new solutions. This week on the Innovating Music Podcast, we talk with Michael Gitig of G-Technology from a new viewpoint on the workflow of creators, keeping the COVID-19 crisis in mind. We look at navigating creative processes and relationships through business and technology. We also discuss changes being made by creators and companies in light of the COVID-19 crisis and the lasting effects these innovations may have on future workflows and work environments.
Public Policy and Music: Innovation Bringing Cities Together | Innovating Music Podcast
Shain Shapiro, Founder and CEO of Sound Diplomacy, discusses music communities in cities as ecosystems and how public policy can support and protect them.
AI Changing the Way We Edit | Innovating Music Podcast
Andrew Mason, Founder and CEO of Descript, an AI-driven transcription software that promises to make audio editing as simple as using a word processor, discusses the role of Descript in the current work-from-home experiment, as well as the features the company is rolling out to make podcasting more accessible to everyone.
Public Health Outreach for Mass Gatherings | Innovating Music Podcast
Kate Becker talks about how music venues and live experiences in King County are responding to the coronavirus and sharing lessons learned throughout this process of pandemic and public health.