Digital Music Trends Audio
Summary: Digital Music Trends started in April 2009 and since then it's been covering the latest news and start-ups in the digital music industry.
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This week on the show an interview with Oscar Celma who is CTO at BMAT, a Barcelona-based music technology company. BMAT has developed three products: Ella = Music Recommendation service, Skore = Automatic Performance Rating and Vericast= Media Broadcast Monitoring using audio fingerprinting. In the interview we talk about the evolution of the company since it started in 2006 as a commercial spin-off of the Music Technology Group. You can check out the company’s services at www.bmat.com. I hope you enjoy this week’s episode and ’till next time! Andrea Leonelli
This week on the show a special from Future Music Camp - held at the Popakademie in Mannheim at the end of May. The event was a great way to get to know some of the most interesting start-ups working in digital music in Germany and it was also interesting to see quite a few labels, both major and independent, taking part to see what is bubbling under the surface! The episode includes interviews with Steffen Holly from Aupeo, Frederik van den Berg from Vodafone, Andrea Goetzke and Eric Eitel from All2Gethernow (www.a-2-n.de), Songpier’s CEO Matthias Glatschke and Ryan Rauscher, one of the organizers of the camp.? Hope you enjoy the show!
This week on the show an interview with Stephen Phillips, co-founder of We Are Hunted and founder of Wotnews. We Are Hunted is one of the world’s most popular indie music websites and they have created a fantastic platform to give exposure to music that strays out of the mainstream. We cover the evolution of the company in the past two years, their partnerships, the apps they developed, the licensing situation and much more. Make sure you visit Wearehunted.com and follow them on Twitter. Also check out the Pocket Hipster and the Hunter apps for iPad, they’re really cool. http://wearehunted.com http://www.wotnews.com.au Have a great week-end and ’till next time! Andrea Leonelli
Digital music trends - Episode 81 - 10th of May 2011. Hello everyone and welcome to Digital Music Trends. This week on the show an interview with Cliff Fluet, partner at the law firm Lewis Silkin. In the interview we discuss music in the cloud, locker services, anti piracy legislation, the licensing situation for start-ups and the most exciting developments in the digital music business. You can follow Cliff on Twitter (@Fflic) and I also recommend that you check out this video of a presentation he did on the roadmap for branded content shot at MIPTV: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6r1qAf3-Ddc. As usual you can visit www.digitalmusictrends.com for more information on the show and you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to send feedback. You can also follow me on twitter, the handle is @digimusictrends. Have a great week and ’till next time Andrea Leonelli
Hello everyone and welcome the 80th episode of Digital Music Trends. The show has been going officially for two years now so I would like to thank you for your support all this time, I hope you enjoy this long anniversary edition - three interviews for you today! This week on the show a quick update from the CEO of MXP4 Albin Serviant, they have just launched a new product - then a lenghty interview with Drew Larner, the CEO of Rdio, where we talk about the company, business model, licenses and lots more and finally an interview with the CEO of Get Ctrl Nick Holden - Get Ctrl has just been shortlisted for the Music Week Awards in the B2B digital service of the year category. As usual you can keep in touch via the website at www.digitalmusictrends.com you can also email me on email@example.com and follow me on Twitter on twitter.com/digimusictrends.