News Roundup with Eleanor Rust and Tristra Newyear Yeager
It’s time for a news roundup! In this week’s episode, Eleanor Rust, head of marketing at Rock Paper Scissors, and Tristra Newyear Yeager explore the latest music industry news and trends.
Learn how artist-founded and fan-centric platforms are changing the way people interact with music, bringing fan creativity to the foreground. Find out how the latest developments in blockchain-powered financial and creative tools are streamlining artist workflows. Discover the potential of spatial audio and enhanced audiobook experiences. How will artists continue to integrate live-streaming and hybrid tours in a post-pandemic world? What went wrong with Groovy? Find out on this week’s episode.
0:45 Eleanor Rust, marketing director at rock paper scissors inc.
2:30 Digital collectables
8:38 Spatial Audio
9:42 Clubhouse, podcasts, and social audio
The Drop-In Audio App Clubhouse Is Dying. It Was Fun While It Lasted
Spotify Is Giving Podcasters Perks That Will Make Independent Music Artists Very Jealous
17:22 Creator Economy
Native Instruments: 25 years Pushing the Boundaries of Sound
27:34 Live Music
Garth Brooks Cancels Remainder of 2021 Stadium Tour Due to Pandemic
BTS And Garth Brooks Are Among The Latest To Cancel Tour Dates Due To COVID
YouTube is forcing the popular Groovy Discord music bot offline
Has video killed the radio star? YouTube shuts down popular discord music bot, Groovy
Bang Energy Faces Copyright Infringement Lawsuit From Sony Music
34:48 The way people socialize with music
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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.