Technology is changing the Music Industry, so we’re going to TalkTech
Creative Industry Hub are hosting a Music TechTalks featuring some of the UK’s top music industry leaders. The aim of the event is to discuss and educate with attendees how technology has influenced the music industry and what we should expect to adapt in the future due to technology.
Free VIP Ticket:
We’re offering Music Gateway members the chance to get a VIP ticket to the event and expand your knowledge of tech in the music industry.
To apply for a ticket please email email@example.com with your name, profession in the industry and a link to your music gateway profile.
Music Gateway is a huge example of how technology is adapting the Music Industry. With people using the site to make connections as they would in the real world but with the chance to meet people from across the globe and get involved in opportunities that may not otherwise be available. The online marketplace is a real game changer to the industry and Creative Industry Hub’s Music TechTalks will be an interesting even to say the least!
The key factors of the event will focus on:
How technology is changing the music industry and how you can navigate the shifting landscape.
The latest trends and insights in the ‘Music Tech’ space and the opportunities it opens for you.
The latest technology available to you in the music industry and how you can use technology to benefit your own music career.
Jason Perry (Grammy-winning international producer and lead singer of ‘A’)
Subject: ‘Stop Trying So Hard’
Paul Conroy (former President of Virgin Records UK)
Subject: ‘Record Labels: Past and Present’
Pete Downton (CCO at 7digital)
Subject: ‘The Three Ages of Digital Music’
Rory Bernard (Chairman at SynchTank)
Subject: ‘Technology, Data and Driving Synch Revenues’
Jon Skinner (CEO at Music Gateway)
Subject: ‘Global Collaboration In Music Co-Writing’
Harry Leckstein (MD at Soundcheque)
Subject: ‘Content Marketing is King. How Can Music Help?’
Nick Dunn (CEO at Horus Music)
Subject: ‘The DIY Revolution: How to Help Yourself’
Rebecca Lammers (CEO at Laika Network)
Subject: ‘YouTube for Musicians: Getting Discovered’