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Music Tectonics

rock paper scissors PR firm

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Music Tectonics

Music Tectonics

rock paper scissors PR firm

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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.

Latest Episodes

Recovery Economics: Mark Mulligan on the New Starting Line

Pandemic lockdowns revolutionized how people consume music overnight. Mark Mulligan of MIDiA Research offers his data-driven insights and predictions for the future of streaming, live events, and more. How must the music industry adapt to consumers’ changing need states? What should music tech companies do now to weather these seismic shifts? Don’t miss Mark Mulligan’s illuminating infographics on the Music Tectonics community app: https://app.musictectonics.com/

41 MIN2 d ago
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Recovery Economics: Mark Mulligan on the New Starting Line

Social Distance Jams: How Musicians Play Together Online with JamKazam

For musicians in lockdown, trying to jam with friends or teach lessons on a videocalling app is like putting toothpaste back in the tube: it’s just not built for that. Find out how JamKazam was built for musicians to play together in real time. CEO David Wilson explains how JamKazam deals with latency, helps bands stay together even when members move away, and saves the sanity of musicians sheltering at home. Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.

32 MIN1 w ago
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Social Distance Jams: How Musicians Play Together Online with JamKazam

Black Boxes Are Not Enough: Music Tech Before and After George Floyd

What steps should music tech companies take now to increase access for Black youth and Black leaders? Hear from leaders who have long worked to bring Black people into positions of creativity and power: Tarik Moody (88Nine Labs), Keisha Howard (Sugar Gamers), and Arabian Prince (Inov8 Next Open Labs) They tell tough truths about how music, gaming, and tech industries profit from Black creators and Black consumers without compensation, credit, or representation. Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.

57 MIN2 w ago
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Black Boxes Are Not Enough: Music Tech Before and After George Floyd

Creative AI and Human Music with Jovanka Von Wilsdorf

When Jovanka Von Wilsdorf wrote songs for a virtual pop star, she found herself falling in love with humans again. The spaces between art and tech, human and artificial intelligence, is where the Berlin-based songwriter, artist profiler, and speaker feels at home. What do artist-facing AI music startups get wrong about the creative process? What do they get right? Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.

43 MIN3 w ago
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Creative AI and Human Music with Jovanka Von Wilsdorf

Charts Point the Way: Alpha Data’s Stephen Blackwell

Formerly known as BuzzAngle, Alpha Data analyzes over 50 billion streams from more than 50 DSPs daily to provide insights to the music industry and power Rolling Stone’s authoritative charts. Stephen explains how Alpha Data transforms a trillion data combinations into stack-ranked lists of dissimilar consumption types. Find out why the company shares its methodology openly and transparently, down to the last equation. Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.

40 MINJUN 11
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Charts Point the Way: Alpha Data’s Stephen Blackwell

TikTok Creativity and A.I. Pickaxes: It’s Our 100th

This is the 100th episode of Music Tectonics! In 18 months, Dmitri Vietze and Tristra Newyear Yeager have explored 100 music tech topics and interviewed innovators in LA, NYC, Cannes, France, and isolated at home. They recap what’s changed in the music tech industry since we launched late in 2018. How has TikTok matured? How did live streaming go from a strange stepsibling to a sexy stepsibling? Is A.I. more like a job-stealing robot or a new type of pickaxe? Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.

33 MINJUN 4
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TikTok Creativity and A.I. Pickaxes: It’s Our 100th

The Fan’s Journey: Fan-based marketing with Tradable Bits’ Darshan Kaler

Ten years ago, Darshan Kaler built Tradable Bits to be a bridge between the entertainment industry and fans’ digital lives, and the company has been innovating in the collection, analysis, and activation of fan data ever since. How does Darshan see the live events industry changing during the COVID-19 pandemic, and what silver linings is he finding in the shutdown clouds? Learn more at MusicTectonics.com

42 MINMAY 28
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The Fan’s Journey: Fan-based marketing with Tradable Bits’ Darshan Kaler

Grant TilburyTrackd / Capture and Share Music in the Moment with Trackd

With the unprecedented pandemic, musicians are looking for new ways to collaborate across long distances. They’re finding that the Trackd app already offers a lean, mobile recording and collaborating experience. Grant Tilbury, explains how Trackd lets artists capture moments, edit multi-track audio, and release “Virtual Vinyl” to social media all on one’s smartphone. Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.

35 MINMAY 21
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Grant TilburyTrackd / Capture and Share Music in the Moment with Trackd

Dopamine Hits, Peak Flow: Exploring Music and the Brain with the Secret Chord Laboratories

What goes on in your mind when that chorus hits and you get shivers, when you lay down a track and know that one was THE take? Neuroscientists have been digging into these and other questions of music, emotion, and cognition for decades. David Rosen, PhD and Brian Owens of AI and neuroscience startup Secret Chord Laboratories explore our brains on music and how the science of creativity and reception can influence the tech tools we build. Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.

30 MINMAY 14
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Dopamine Hits, Peak Flow: Exploring Music and the Brain with the Secret Chord Laboratories

UnCancelled: Keeping the Lights on for Live Performance

Called “the poster child of DIY music” by Forbes, Ari Herstand has numerous ventures to his name. As an expert in music business education and artist advocacy, he sits down with Music Tectonics host Dmitri Vietze to discuss what makes for a successful and profitable live-stream, how online performances shape the dynamics of fan bases and how to navigate the modern music business. Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.

39 MINMAY 7
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UnCancelled: Keeping the Lights on for Live Performance

Latest Episodes

Recovery Economics: Mark Mulligan on the New Starting Line

Pandemic lockdowns revolutionized how people consume music overnight. Mark Mulligan of MIDiA Research offers his data-driven insights and predictions for the future of streaming, live events, and more. How must the music industry adapt to consumers’ changing need states? What should music tech companies do now to weather these seismic shifts? Don’t miss Mark Mulligan’s illuminating infographics on the Music Tectonics community app: https://app.musictectonics.com/

41 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Recovery Economics: Mark Mulligan on the New Starting Line

Social Distance Jams: How Musicians Play Together Online with JamKazam

For musicians in lockdown, trying to jam with friends or teach lessons on a videocalling app is like putting toothpaste back in the tube: it’s just not built for that. Find out how JamKazam was built for musicians to play together in real time. CEO David Wilson explains how JamKazam deals with latency, helps bands stay together even when members move away, and saves the sanity of musicians sheltering at home. Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.

32 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Social Distance Jams: How Musicians Play Together Online with JamKazam

Black Boxes Are Not Enough: Music Tech Before and After George Floyd

What steps should music tech companies take now to increase access for Black youth and Black leaders? Hear from leaders who have long worked to bring Black people into positions of creativity and power: Tarik Moody (88Nine Labs), Keisha Howard (Sugar Gamers), and Arabian Prince (Inov8 Next Open Labs) They tell tough truths about how music, gaming, and tech industries profit from Black creators and Black consumers without compensation, credit, or representation. Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.

57 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Black Boxes Are Not Enough: Music Tech Before and After George Floyd

Creative AI and Human Music with Jovanka Von Wilsdorf

When Jovanka Von Wilsdorf wrote songs for a virtual pop star, she found herself falling in love with humans again. The spaces between art and tech, human and artificial intelligence, is where the Berlin-based songwriter, artist profiler, and speaker feels at home. What do artist-facing AI music startups get wrong about the creative process? What do they get right? Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.

43 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Creative AI and Human Music with Jovanka Von Wilsdorf

Charts Point the Way: Alpha Data’s Stephen Blackwell

Formerly known as BuzzAngle, Alpha Data analyzes over 50 billion streams from more than 50 DSPs daily to provide insights to the music industry and power Rolling Stone’s authoritative charts. Stephen explains how Alpha Data transforms a trillion data combinations into stack-ranked lists of dissimilar consumption types. Find out why the company shares its methodology openly and transparently, down to the last equation. Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.

40 MINJUN 11
Comments
Charts Point the Way: Alpha Data’s Stephen Blackwell

TikTok Creativity and A.I. Pickaxes: It’s Our 100th

This is the 100th episode of Music Tectonics! In 18 months, Dmitri Vietze and Tristra Newyear Yeager have explored 100 music tech topics and interviewed innovators in LA, NYC, Cannes, France, and isolated at home. They recap what’s changed in the music tech industry since we launched late in 2018. How has TikTok matured? How did live streaming go from a strange stepsibling to a sexy stepsibling? Is A.I. more like a job-stealing robot or a new type of pickaxe? Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.

33 MINJUN 4
Comments
TikTok Creativity and A.I. Pickaxes: It’s Our 100th

The Fan’s Journey: Fan-based marketing with Tradable Bits’ Darshan Kaler

Ten years ago, Darshan Kaler built Tradable Bits to be a bridge between the entertainment industry and fans’ digital lives, and the company has been innovating in the collection, analysis, and activation of fan data ever since. How does Darshan see the live events industry changing during the COVID-19 pandemic, and what silver linings is he finding in the shutdown clouds? Learn more at MusicTectonics.com

42 MINMAY 28
Comments
The Fan’s Journey: Fan-based marketing with Tradable Bits’ Darshan Kaler

Grant TilburyTrackd / Capture and Share Music in the Moment with Trackd

With the unprecedented pandemic, musicians are looking for new ways to collaborate across long distances. They’re finding that the Trackd app already offers a lean, mobile recording and collaborating experience. Grant Tilbury, explains how Trackd lets artists capture moments, edit multi-track audio, and release “Virtual Vinyl” to social media all on one’s smartphone. Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.

35 MINMAY 21
Comments
Grant TilburyTrackd / Capture and Share Music in the Moment with Trackd

Dopamine Hits, Peak Flow: Exploring Music and the Brain with the Secret Chord Laboratories

What goes on in your mind when that chorus hits and you get shivers, when you lay down a track and know that one was THE take? Neuroscientists have been digging into these and other questions of music, emotion, and cognition for decades. David Rosen, PhD and Brian Owens of AI and neuroscience startup Secret Chord Laboratories explore our brains on music and how the science of creativity and reception can influence the tech tools we build. Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.

30 MINMAY 14
Comments
Dopamine Hits, Peak Flow: Exploring Music and the Brain with the Secret Chord Laboratories

UnCancelled: Keeping the Lights on for Live Performance

Called “the poster child of DIY music” by Forbes, Ari Herstand has numerous ventures to his name. As an expert in music business education and artist advocacy, he sits down with Music Tectonics host Dmitri Vietze to discuss what makes for a successful and profitable live-stream, how online performances shape the dynamics of fan bases and how to navigate the modern music business. Learn more at MusicTectonics.com.

39 MINMAY 7
Comments
UnCancelled: Keeping the Lights on for Live Performance
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