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Dae Bogan’s New Year 2017 Announcements

2017

I am excited to share with you some new developments and updates for 2017:
 
– My music rights tech startup, TuneRegistry, will launch version 1.1 with new features in the coming weeks. Learn more at http://www.tuneregistry.com.
 
– I have joined the advisory board of two interesting music industry startups: ethr (ethr is a live feed service, allowing anyone to listen to the same music – friends, influencers, or celebrities are listening to, live, in real time. Learn more at http://www.ethrmusic.com) and Spectrvm (The Spectrvm pack lets you physically feel live music by vibrating the bass frequencies throughout your body in real time. Learn more at http://www.spectrvm.co).
 
– I am an advisor to the founder of FestEvo (Our app centralizes all the tools FestivalGoers need to have their best festival yet.Explore lineups, discover artists, customize schedules #FestivalBetter. Learn more at http://www.featevo.com) on a number of music festival related ventures.
 
– I have co-developed and will co-instruct a class on innovation and entrepreneurship in the music industry to graduate students earning a master of arts degree at CSUN Music Industry Administration.
 
– I will expand my role as Innovation Fellow at the UCLA Center for Music Innovation and I will potentially develop and teach a new course on music industry entrepreneurship at UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music for Summer 2017.
 
– I will launch a series of online music business courses and a DIY music business workshop series in Spring 2017.
 
– I will provide business and career mentorship to indie artists and music entrepreneurs, and I will moderate a panel on music rights and metadata at SXSW. If you’re going to SXSW Music, add my panel to your schedule http://schedule.sxsw.com/2017/events/PP62361.
 
– I will organize more gatherings this year for Southern California Music Industry Professionals, a network of music industry professionals that I lead.
 
– I will increase my work with The Recording Academy / The GRAMMYs, specifically in the Advocacy division where we focus on music creator rights and supporting legislation that enhances the livelihood of music creators.
 
– My website www.DaeBoganMusic.com will get a complete design overhaul.
 
Here’s to 2017!
 
Dae Bogan

What Musicians Should Know About YouTube’s New Music App

[This article was written by Gray Gannaway and it originally appeared on his website. It is re-published here with his permission.]

YouTube announced the arrival of its new YouTube Music app on both iOS and Android devices. This news quickly follows last month’s announcement of YouTube Red, and may prove to be a useful product for people that primarily listen to music on YouTube. Read on for a quick overview on the new app, including its pros and cons for both fans and musicians.

New Layout

The YouTube Music app features 3 main tabs at launch: Home, Recommendations, and Liked Songs. The Home tab prominently features “My Station” which is an endless mix of videos based on your music listening history on YouTube. Below that, YouTube provides Genre Stations for the genres they think you’ll be interested in, as well as videos you’ve previously watched or may be interested in.

 

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[Via Hypebot] I Saw Great Startups @SFMusicTech, But They Have A Lot To Learn About The Music Business

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I had the pleasure of attending this year’s SF Music Tech Summit and met several smart, creative, and big-thinking founders of a wide variety of music tech startups. Everyone I met with seemed excited and energetic about what their teams are working on and fully committed to making some noise at the summit and beyond.

I set down with about a dozen founders to gain insight into what they’re gearing up to present to the world (or at least the music industry) and what, if any, trends I could uncover. What I learned about their products/services was interesting, cool, and amazing even; but there was a more important theme that manifested at the summit that every music tech startup founder should know. Read about it on Hypebot.

Tips For Recording Vocals From Award-winning Asian Pop Record Producer, Tat Tong

This is a guest piece by my buddy Tat Tong. Follow him on Twitter @t2tatong and check out his website www.tattong.com.

Tat Tong is a multi-platinum selling, award-winning pop producer/songwriter managed by Universal Music Publishing with 12 #1 and 36 Top 20 hits across Asia. He is currently making inroads into the American and European music markets, and splits his time evenly between Los Angeles and Singapore.


Tat Tong on live vocals versus studio vocals:  Read More…

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