Entertainment attorney Jeff Levy talks about technology and the music industry and some advice for artists trying to build successful careers.
Music and Technology
Gregory Mead, CEO and Co-Founder of Musicmetric talks about why tracking metrics is important for artists and how his product can help musicians understand how their music is being received and build a loyal fan base.
Josh Hubball, head of business development at App.net discusses how technology has developed around selling music and music-related products and how App.net’s Broadcast tool can help artists build their fan bases.
Kevin Arnold, founder of OpenAura Kevin talks building music platforms since the dawn of the Digital Age and how his platform helps musicians use images, bios and other visual content to build more robust brands.
Mark Christensen of Engine Room Audio clarifies the differences between the mixing and mastering processes and shares some advice for artists and producers who want to build sustainable careers in music.
Digital entertainment executive Dick Wingate discusses how digital music has evolved and why every artist needs to be an innovative music entrepreneur in order to succeed in the current industry and build dynamic relationships with fans.
Yair Lavi, Founder and CEO of Tonara, talks about the technology behind his sheet music app and how it helps musicians grow and shares some predictions about where digital sheet music is headed in the next decade.
Vince De Franco, creator of the D-Beam and the Mandala, talks about how his inventions work for artists looking to expand their musical horizons and shares his thoughts about how technology will change the way instruments are played and experienced in the future.
Adrian Morgan, founder of Timeless Mastering talks about the difference between music mixing and mastering and shares some tips for artists that want to choose the perfect high-quality mastering engineer for their studio projects.
Brian Zisk discusses how he helped found the Future of Music Coalition and the SF MusicTech Summit and shares some observations about up-and-coming technologies that will help artists succeed in the music industry.