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Sync’s Rising Tide: Jeff Van Driel, mVibe CEO

Why are cover songs so popular? And it’s not just with fans but with Hollywood, too. Jeff Van Driel knows: he’s CEO of mVibe, a platform for sync licensing cover songs. This week on the podcast, Jeff gives podcast host Dmitri Vietze a micro-to-macro view of the music biz starting from mVibe’s B2B niche. Jeff explains how mVibe’s platform offers tech solutions that are unique to connecting music supervisors with the perfect cover song, but have the potential to scale to solve larger industry problems. From his past at the classical music giant NAXOS (classical music is all cover songs, after all!) to the rapid growth of sync licensing in recent years, get Jeff’s perspective from that sweet spot where music and tech meet. Find out how mVibe cuts through the noise in the marketplace and why cover songs are so hot right now. What are the next big innovations on the music for picture horizon ? Why isn’t Jeff worried about A.I. music creation?

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What’s next for mVibe’s platform? Keep up to date on mVibe at their website, instagram, twitter, LinkedIn, or Facebook. Connect with Jeff Van Driel on his own Twitter, Linkedin, and Facebook.

Listen to the podcast here on our website or on your favorite podcast platform. Let us know you think of this episode: tweet @MusicTectonics, find us on Facebook, or connect with Dmitri on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.

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 interviews with music tech movers & shakers, deep dives into seismic shifts, and more.

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