Matthew Adell, Chief Digital Officer of Native Instruments talks about Sounds.com, his thoughts on music technology, the modern music producer, and more. Click and give a good, hard listen.
This episode, recorded on location in Nashville, features special guest Roy LaManna, the Co-Founder and CEO of Vydia along with Jenna Gaudio, the VP of Product Management for Vydia. Listen in to learn!
This episode, recorded on location in Nashville, features special guest, Darryl Ballantyne, the CEO and Co-Founder of LyricFind which licenses and synchronizes lyrics to companies like Amazon, Google, Apple, and many more. Click to listen!
This episode, recorded on location in Nashville, features special guest Chris Susskind, the founder of MyBandSource.com. My Band Source is like a Yelp for bands, and was created by the recent Vanderbilt Graduate Chris Susskind himself. Click and listen for more.
Traditionally, an artist promoting a new album would visit radio stations, doing interviews on the air and charming executives with stories, autographs, and photo ops. Pink is doing something different. Click!
The Power of Music has played a big role in everyone’s life. Read what WP student Victor Vivar has to say, through music.
What is BandPage.com? How can they help bands? Is it worth the time of a DIY musicians to learn about and use? Click & watch this discussion with CEO & Founder J Sider as he explains everything about the company.
This week, listen to the Music Biz 101 & More live panel, originally recorded on October 26, 2015. You’ll hear top industry guests give their opinions about important, um, stuff going on in da biz. Listen live or go to SoundCloud now and hear the podcast. Click!
Here’s your weekly Music Industry social media wrap-up: with One Direction vs. YouTube, industry transparency, the Hunter Hayes biz plan & more . Click!
Professor David Philp, co-host with Doc Steve Marcone of the Music Biz 101 & More radio show, will appear on WFDU’s “Garden State Sound” radio show on Friday, July 24th at 4pm. Click for details.