It’s about that time again. Yes indeed it’s the 11th SF MusicTech Summit on Tuesday October 9th. Should be a great day I can’t wait! The speaker list is shaping up and the schedule soon to be published. I can’t put it across any better than what is on the Website: “The SF MusicTech Summit brings together visionaries in the … Read More
CASH Music is a nonprofit organization that builds open source digital tools for musicians and labels. Their mission is to help educate and empower artists and their fans to foster a more viable and sustainable future for music. It is officially released and supported. They have a very detailed Blog post on their Website on how to use the platform. … Read More
I had a chance to chat via phone with drip.fm founders Samuel Valenti IV and Miguel Senquiz. Directly from the Website: “DRIP.FM is a platform that connects labels and artists with their superfans. Fans pay a monthly fee. Labels set their price and choose how much content they want to deliver, and how often. Simple.” In our discussion Sam explained … Read More
It’s a brand new year and time to kick off Q1 with the 10th SF MusicTech Summit – back on February 13th immediately following Music Hack Day weekend! Our current sponsor list is impressive (check it out), but it’s not too late: we have room for more! To attend, take advantage of my 10% discount code (promotoddtate) when you register … Read More
You either are, are not, or should be registered to attend the SF MusicTech Summit THIS Monday 9/12. Here is everything you need to know to get the most out of this incredible conference: EVENT DATES & TIMES: Opening Night Party Sunday, September 11, 2011 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Hotel Kabuki’s O Izakaya Lounge, 2nd Floor1625 Post StreetAll are … Read More
This time around make an investment in your music or technology idea and be sure to be on this attendee list, the next event is on September 12th, be there!
These days our bandwidth can be so low from working and maintaining relationships with family and friends how do you keep up with the latest and greatest? Easy; use Twitter to follow the people that actually create the technology. That brings us to Lee Martin; he takes care of Them Crooked Vultures and Beck’s Web needs, and he is also … Read More