Making Trades: Dmitri Vietze on Seismic Shifts in the Music Biz

October 17, 2019

Data Everywhere? Music In Slices? Hands of the Masses? WTF are all these Seismic Shifts we keep talking about? Podcast host Dmitri Vietze explains it all in this episode recorded live in Los Angeles at General Assembly. Dmitri revealed 18 of the biggest seismic shifts shaking up the music biz as a result of technology and innovation, all distilled into the fun visual medium of trading cards. If you’re a regular listener, you heard co-host Tristra Newyear and Music Tech Seismologist Mark Mulligan challenge him to do it, and he did. Listen in as Dmitri riffs on everything from IKEA lampspeakers to Instagram as a music discovery app. Hear the audience chase the rabbits Dmitri lets loose.

 

Listen to the podcast here on our website or on your favorite podcast platform. We’re releasing card designs day by day here on our website. Check out the visuals while you listen!  Collect all 18 cards only at the Music Tectonics Conference, October 28-29 in Los Angeles- and add some Shift Talker speaker cards to your deck! Just wait till you see that Golden Mulligan. . .

 

 

Did Dmitri miss any major shifts that are shaking up your corner of the biz? What should the next series of trading cards feature? Let us know! 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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Music Tectonics: at the epicenter of music and technology

October 28-29, 2019 | Skirball Cultural Center | Los Angeles

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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. The podcast includes news roundups, interviews, and more. Our host is Dmitri Vietze, CEO of PR firm rock paper scissors.

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