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Innovating Music

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Gigi Johnson

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In this Innovating Music podcast, we talk about disruptive technologies in music. Hosted by Gigi Johnson and produced by the UCLA Center for Music Innovation at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, we bring together unique voices from inside and outside of the music industry. As Kevin Kelly has been quoted to say, “The Future is Already Here -- It’s just not evenly distributed.” Join us here to see where the future may already have landed.

Latest Episodes

Making a Music City Home: Ft. Collins, CO

Jesse Elliott helped create The Music District to support and work with music ecosystems in Ft. Collins, CO. He shares his earlier work with Richard Florida, his journey as a musician and a creative community organizer. Jesse shares the challenges and unique pilots that have worked locally, and his work with other communities globally.

42 MIN7 h ago
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Making a Music City Home: Ft. Collins, CO

From a Sketch to an App to Change How We Sing

Andrew Goren at 20 has built Harmony Helper, a newly launched app, from his own experiences and observations in the live stage rehearsal and audition environment. He has built his undergraduate program around this work, and brought together a team of professionals to see it launched. Enjoy this perspective on building needed tools and think about your own journey . . . what could you have built by the age of 20?

38 MIN1 w ago
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From a Sketch to an App to Change How We Sing

Recording, Live, Virtual, and Augmenting Experiences

Roman Rappak is forging ahead on two parallel tracks -- creating recorded music for traditional channels and creating new systems to create mixed reality experience with the same music in live environments. Enjoy this episode where he talks about what drives him on these parallel and interwoven journeys with his new band, Miro Shot, and how they are building their own systems and processes to create a new type of live/virtual engagement for audiences.

41 MIN1 w ago
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Recording, Live, Virtual, and Augmenting Experiences

Enjoying the Path: Violin to Bass to One-Stop Shop CEO

Kristen Agee has made her way from classical violin in Oklahoma to touring and studio bass to . . . CEO of a production music, publishing, and custom music company. She has built a one-stop shop and has learned a lot along the way. She shares the power of Asking, including her story about asking for bass guitar lessons from Darryl Jones. She launched 411 Music Group in 2014 as a way to find longevity in the music business beyond studio gigs and performing by aggregating music copyrights.

37 MIN2019 DEC 16
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Enjoying the Path: Violin to Bass to One-Stop Shop CEO

Create and Collaborate in the Palm of Your Hand

Omid Rahmat came into the music business from the tech and app world in order to solve music creation workflow problems with Joyner Lucas -- and now solves them for more than 350,000 creators through the Tully App. He talks in this podcast episode about ways to limit tech and financial overhead costs for entrepreneurial song creators. Omid brings us along on his journey in his team creating the toolset and how he sees the changing music business.

46 MIN2019 DEC 9
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Create and Collaborate in the Palm of Your Hand

From Piano and Beach Blanket Babylon to Pokémon: A Musical Journey

Ed Goldfarb sees and hears differently. Where you and I might be just talking, he is hearing background music and seeing the notes in a manuscript. Ed shares with us his journey from professionally accompanying performances as a youth to creating live music for years for Beach Blanket Babylon in the Bay Area in California . . . to creating hundreds of motifs and a multi-location production team around hundreds of Pokémon episodes and films.

40 MIN2019 NOV 11
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From Piano and Beach Blanket Babylon to Pokémon: A Musical Journey

Art of Mass Gatherings

Matthew Ché Kowal is innovative in looking at a very specific set of overlaps in music. He has parlayed his experience in running festivals focusing on sustainability into work focused on mass gatherings. What can emergency workers learn from music festivals? What can festivals do to help heal from disasters? Matthew will talk about how he is bringing these two questions and other challenges together in Denver and beyond with his various projects and roles.

37 MIN2019 OCT 14
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Art of Mass Gatherings

Artificial Intelligence + Messy Music Data

Guest: Hazel Savage, CEO and Co-Founder, Musiio Hazel Savage and her co-founder Aron Pettersson have built Musiio in Singapore to bring artificial intelligence to the messy large data sets of the music industry. She shares her own past in retail and streaming music in the UK and Australia, then shares how and why they formed Musiio. It already has a unique and distinctive role in tagging mass music data sets.

42 MIN2019 SEP 9
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Artificial Intelligence + Messy Music Data

Music Cities: Connecting Stories of Music Lives

Don and Peter shared their experience performing music ecosystem audits for 4 cities. The 2015 Austin Music Census and their continuing studies of Charlotte, Pittsburgh, and Washington DC are more than doing a venue count. They gather the personal, qualitative stories of local life as an artist and musician in a community.

47 MIN2019 SEP 3
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Music Cities: Connecting Stories of Music Lives

Connecting Creators and Social Impact with Fans

Jeremy Gruber, Head of Digital Marketing at Strategy at Friends at Work, enjoys connecting artists, creators, and social impact forces directly with fans. He shared his adventures with Friends at Work, working with not only John Legend and Lindsey Stirling, but also emerging artists. We discussed the current state of streaming, playlists, and algorithms. He also shared his adventures in launching the music ad platform Found.ee

48 MIN2019 AUG 5
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Connecting Creators and Social Impact with Fans

Latest Episodes

Making a Music City Home: Ft. Collins, CO

Jesse Elliott helped create The Music District to support and work with music ecosystems in Ft. Collins, CO. He shares his earlier work with Richard Florida, his journey as a musician and a creative community organizer. Jesse shares the challenges and unique pilots that have worked locally, and his work with other communities globally.

42 MIN7 h ago
Comments
Making a Music City Home: Ft. Collins, CO

From a Sketch to an App to Change How We Sing

Andrew Goren at 20 has built Harmony Helper, a newly launched app, from his own experiences and observations in the live stage rehearsal and audition environment. He has built his undergraduate program around this work, and brought together a team of professionals to see it launched. Enjoy this perspective on building needed tools and think about your own journey . . . what could you have built by the age of 20?

38 MIN1 w ago
Comments
From a Sketch to an App to Change How We Sing

Recording, Live, Virtual, and Augmenting Experiences

Roman Rappak is forging ahead on two parallel tracks -- creating recorded music for traditional channels and creating new systems to create mixed reality experience with the same music in live environments. Enjoy this episode where he talks about what drives him on these parallel and interwoven journeys with his new band, Miro Shot, and how they are building their own systems and processes to create a new type of live/virtual engagement for audiences.

41 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Recording, Live, Virtual, and Augmenting Experiences

Enjoying the Path: Violin to Bass to One-Stop Shop CEO

Kristen Agee has made her way from classical violin in Oklahoma to touring and studio bass to . . . CEO of a production music, publishing, and custom music company. She has built a one-stop shop and has learned a lot along the way. She shares the power of Asking, including her story about asking for bass guitar lessons from Darryl Jones. She launched 411 Music Group in 2014 as a way to find longevity in the music business beyond studio gigs and performing by aggregating music copyrights.

37 MIN2019 DEC 16
Comments
Enjoying the Path: Violin to Bass to One-Stop Shop CEO

Create and Collaborate in the Palm of Your Hand

Omid Rahmat came into the music business from the tech and app world in order to solve music creation workflow problems with Joyner Lucas -- and now solves them for more than 350,000 creators through the Tully App. He talks in this podcast episode about ways to limit tech and financial overhead costs for entrepreneurial song creators. Omid brings us along on his journey in his team creating the toolset and how he sees the changing music business.

46 MIN2019 DEC 9
Comments
Create and Collaborate in the Palm of Your Hand

From Piano and Beach Blanket Babylon to Pokémon: A Musical Journey

Ed Goldfarb sees and hears differently. Where you and I might be just talking, he is hearing background music and seeing the notes in a manuscript. Ed shares with us his journey from professionally accompanying performances as a youth to creating live music for years for Beach Blanket Babylon in the Bay Area in California . . . to creating hundreds of motifs and a multi-location production team around hundreds of Pokémon episodes and films.

40 MIN2019 NOV 11
Comments
From Piano and Beach Blanket Babylon to Pokémon: A Musical Journey

Art of Mass Gatherings

Matthew Ché Kowal is innovative in looking at a very specific set of overlaps in music. He has parlayed his experience in running festivals focusing on sustainability into work focused on mass gatherings. What can emergency workers learn from music festivals? What can festivals do to help heal from disasters? Matthew will talk about how he is bringing these two questions and other challenges together in Denver and beyond with his various projects and roles.

37 MIN2019 OCT 14
Comments
Art of Mass Gatherings

Artificial Intelligence + Messy Music Data

Guest: Hazel Savage, CEO and Co-Founder, Musiio Hazel Savage and her co-founder Aron Pettersson have built Musiio in Singapore to bring artificial intelligence to the messy large data sets of the music industry. She shares her own past in retail and streaming music in the UK and Australia, then shares how and why they formed Musiio. It already has a unique and distinctive role in tagging mass music data sets.

42 MIN2019 SEP 9
Comments
Artificial Intelligence + Messy Music Data

Music Cities: Connecting Stories of Music Lives

Don and Peter shared their experience performing music ecosystem audits for 4 cities. The 2015 Austin Music Census and their continuing studies of Charlotte, Pittsburgh, and Washington DC are more than doing a venue count. They gather the personal, qualitative stories of local life as an artist and musician in a community.

47 MIN2019 SEP 3
Comments
Music Cities: Connecting Stories of Music Lives

Connecting Creators and Social Impact with Fans

Jeremy Gruber, Head of Digital Marketing at Strategy at Friends at Work, enjoys connecting artists, creators, and social impact forces directly with fans. He shared his adventures with Friends at Work, working with not only John Legend and Lindsey Stirling, but also emerging artists. We discussed the current state of streaming, playlists, and algorithms. He also shared his adventures in launching the music ad platform Found.ee

48 MIN2019 AUG 5
Comments
Connecting Creators and Social Impact with Fans
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