Music is being used in so many new ways--from V.R. and video games, to shortform user-generated videos and remixes--that it’s hard to keep up with new license types. Are the systems and laws keeping up, or is the industry struggling to adapt to the rapid pace of change? This week on the Music Tectonics podcast, host Dmitri Vietze chats with guest Seth Schachner of Strat Americas about how the music industry responds to rapid change and the trend towards “micro-uses” of music like short-form video. Listen in on a conversation that ranges from ringtones to TikTok, Anitta to A.I. That’s one reason we’re excited to have Seth at the Music Tectonics Conference:- his years at the front lines of music industry innovation and his expertise in the Latin American market give him the kind of big-picture insights Music Tectonics is all about (And his dog Oliver has a few things to say on the podcast too). Stay tuned for more Seismic Shifts at Music Tectonics!
Listen to the podcast here on our website, or on your favorite podcast platform. Learn more about Seth’s current work at Strat Americas on their website and Twitter, or connect with him directly on Twitter and Linked In.
The Music Tectonics podcast goes beneath the surface of the music industry to explore how technology is changing the way business gets done. Weekly episodes include news roundups, interviews with music tech movers & shakers, and more.