Jeremy Wineberg is the co-founder of Heard Well, a label that bridges the digital and physical divide in a whole new way. Heard Well distributes compilations from YouTube stars like Connor Franta, but exclusively sells physical packages and digital downloads. We asked him about the label; his previous project, the Music Tee, and why ten year olds are willing to buy CDs even though they don't know how to play them.
Music Biz Podcast distributed 33 shows in 2015. We are proud of every single interview we conducted, but these five episodes received the most downloads on iTunes. Thank you to every guest we had on the show! We learned so much from you. And thank you to everyone who has listened to the podcast. Cortney Harding and I appreciate your continued attention and support.
In this episode of Music Biz Podcast, we talk with Mark Steiner of GigSalad and Kevin Breuner of CD Baby. We sat down and interviewed them at SF MusicTech 2015 on November 15. Tune in to hear a great conversation about how these two companies are creating new revenue streams for DIY musicians and building supportive community through their joint efforts.
In this episode of Music Biz Podcast, we talk with Scott LeGere and Jay Coyle, who are educators and entrepreneurs. LeGere heads the music business program at McNally Smith College of Music. Coyle is the founder of Music Geek Services and an instructor at Berklee Online. We attended the Future of Music Policy Summit in Washington, DC and recorded a podcast over dinner.
In this episode of Music Biz Podcast, we talk with Phil Hutcheon, who is the founder and CEO of DICE, a live music discovery platform that allows fans to find shows and buy tickets without any booking fees. We talk to Hutcheon about the current state of the live music sector. Subscribe to the show in iTunes or SoundCloud.
In this episode of Music Biz Podcast, we talk with Craig Watson, the co-founder of Soundwave, a popular music discovery app. They also make an SDK, called Shine, that helps developers learn about the mobile music habits of their user base and provide better recommendations when they install a new music app. We talk about how Soundwave’s product and focus changed as they learned more about the mobile music sector.
LANDR's automated online mastering service helps music creators get professional sounding masters. By uploading a track to LANDR, artists get quick results, and are able to choose from a few different styles of processing. In this episode, Alex May (@alexmaydrums) talks to co-founder and Chief Creative Officer Justin Evans about how this process works, and what it means for artists.
In this episode of Music Biz Podcast, we talk with MaryLeigh Bliss, who is a Trends Editor and Strategic Consultant at Ypulse, a youth market research firm. We talk to Bliss about the millennial generation. Who are they? How do they listen to, discover and interact with music? How should indie artists and music companies market to them?
In this episode of Music Biz Podcast, Alex May talks with James Shotwell of Haulix, a platform for artists to securely share electronic press kits. As the company’s Social Media Coordinator, Shotwell helps us explore how Haulix addresses and prevents the unauthorized leaking of promotional pre-releases.
In this episode of Music Biz Podcast, who is an Associate Professor of Management at Berklee College of Music and Head of Music at Music Audience Exchange. We talk to Howard about his recent Forbes article about why people do not want to discover music.
In this episode of Music Biz Podcast, Cortney Harding and Kyle Bylin review Apple Music. They both spent a lot of time using the brand-new service before they gathered to share their thoughts. It turns out that Apple Music is actually pretty good. In fact, it's really good. There are rough edges. Hopefully, they smooth out in time.
In this episode of Music Biz Podcast, we talk with David McMillin, the lead singer of Fort Frances and author of a recent essay on Pop Matters called “Why Its Time To Stop Hating Spotify.” In the piece, McMilion adds an indie musician's perspective to the royalty payout discussion and floats the idea that maybe Spotify isn’t managed by crazy people. We talk to McMillion his essay, Spotify, Tidal, and much more.