The Music Tectonics podcast goes beneath the surface of the music industry to explore how technology is changing the way business gets done. The podcast includes news roundups, interviews, and more. Our host is Dmitri Vietze, CEO of PR firm rock paper scissors.
How the Live Music Industry is Evolving Now with Juan Torres of Prism.fm
How is the live music industry evolving during the pandemic? Juan Torres of Prism.fm works with venues and promoters on the front lines of the crisis. He relates how U.S. venues are responding, from Austin to Cheyenne. Dig into the state of live event tech and learn how Prism is helping promoters and venues avoid the headaches of repeated pandemic postponements. Juan explains how Prism’s all-in-one live music management software streamlines every phase of live events.
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Why Every Band Needs a Website with Bandzoogle’s Stacey Bedford & Dave Cool
When so many listeners discover music on streaming services and social media, why should artists manage their own web presence? Guests from artist platform Bandzoogle build a strong case for connecting directly with fans, owning your own domain, and controlling your career. Stacey Bedford, Bandzoogle CEO and Dave Cool, VP of Business Development, tell how they’ve been helping artists build websites and revenue streams since the early ‘00s. Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.
Let’s Get Digital: How Music From Feed.FM Powers Fitness Apps
Lauren Pufpaf, Co-founder of Feed.fm, explores the integral role of music in the time of digital fitness, smart mirrors, even bluetooth ovens. Find out how Feed.FM is helping businesses share music with their customers legally and seamlessly, from licensing to delivery to curation. Lauren explains how fitness companies large and small suddenly pivoted to digital in 2020- and faced new challenges incorporating music into their offerings.
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Disrupting Music Video Creation (Emphasis on the Creative) with Rotor
Music marketing has become more and more intertwined with video as platforms proliferate. Diarmuid Moloney explains how Rotor automates and streamlines the music video creation process. Starting with just a song, musicians and their teams can focus on creative decisions instead of technical details to make videos speedily. Get a sneak peek at new features and subscription tiers Rotor is rolling out so artists can keep up with the short-form video boom. Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.
Put Your $$$ Where Your Ears are: Investing in Music with AmplifyX
What does it mean to personally invest in an artist? Hear from Adam Cowherd of AmplifyX, the only SEC-compliant platform that offers a financing solution for artists and a new asset class for investors. AmplifyX lets artists retain control of their music and their career, while investors get a chunk of the royalties. Learn how AmplifyX builds on music industry and investment trends. How will investing in artists- and the future potential for trading- change the industry? Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.
Making Music Education Accessible (and Fun) with Solfeg.io’s Toms Rusovs
As music teachers pivoted to remote learning, many turned to Solfeg.io, a MidemLab 2020 winner. Toms Rusovs, CEO, explores how the platform supports learning in over 10K schools by breaking down popular songs to teach essential musical ideas. As UGC skyrockets, platforms like Solfeg.io provide the ultimate fan engagement: playing your favorite songs yourself. What is the future of music education beyond the pandemic? Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.