Dae Bogan To Move All 2020 Music Industry Talks, Lectures, Workshops To Online Format — Limited Passes Available Now
Due to the unfortunate cancellation of music industry conferences, university classes, and networking events where I was previously scheduled to speak, I will be reformatting and moving several of my talks, guest lectures, and workshops to online formats. This will allow me to reach more individuals in an economical and safe manner.
I will schedule up to 10 different online events to take place this Spring/Summer (April – July) on a variety of topics aimed at recording artists, artist managers, producers and engineers, DJs, background vocalists and session musicians, music company startup founders, and more.
I am offering three passes, which includes your ability to attend multiple online events from the available schedule of events (schedule will be announced on April 1).
Early bird pricing ends on March 31. Prices will increase after March 31.
DAE BOGAN 2020 MUSIC INDUSTRY ONLINE EVENT PASSES:
- Silver Pass – $50 (100 available) – Attend up to 2 online events in 2020. (Get Pass Here)
- Gold Pass – $100 (100 available) – Attend up to 5 online events in 2020. (Get Pass Here)
- Platinum Pass – $250 (100 available) – Attend up to 5 online events in 2020 and schedule a 30 minute one-on-one consultation with me following any of the events. (Get Pass Here)
The schedule of events will be announced on April 1st, 2020.
Want to do a 1-on-1 with me now? Learn more here.
I look forward to joining Marcus Cobb at this year’s A3C Conference to present “Ownership & Song Registration in the Palm of Your Hand” on Saturday, October 12th, at 2:30pm.
Presentation Description: In this digital age of music, songs have the ability to go from conception to the public in the blink of an eye. Within this new age, it has never been as vital to establish ownership and collect metadata as it is today. In short, your money depends on it! Learn how Jammber’s game-changing technology puts ownership and song registration in the palm of your hand.
On May 3rd, I will be moderating a panel on the Music Modernization Act at the ASCAP “I Create Music” EXPO 2019 and on May 7th, I will be giving a presentation on innovation in the music industry at the Music Biz 2019. Let’s connect!
• ASCAP “I Create Music” Expo – The Music Modernization Act’s Impact On Music Creators And Who Gets Paid (https://www.facebook.com/events/362222397967522/)
• Music Biz 2019 – Music 2020: The Next Era of Innovation in the Music Industry (https://www.facebook.com/events/2255967711328528/)
Wednesday night, at California State University – Northridge (CSUN), I conducted my latest workshop, “Music 2020: The Next Era of Innovation in the Music Industry,” in Professor Andrew L. Surmani’s class for his M.A., Music Industry Administration students.
In this workshop, we explore the art and process of ideation; discuss the differences between invention, disruption, and innovation; and profile a number of developing innovations within the music industry including augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), mixed reality (MR), artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), blockchain and crypotcurrency. The presentation ends with a design thinking exercise where students break out into groups to work through the fundamental design thinking process of developing a minimum viable product to solve a vetted problem in the music industry.
The students seemed to like the workshop:
Dae, you were fantastic and the CSUN MIA students thoroughly enjoyed your very organized, insightful and forward thinking presentation. That was evident in the line of students waiting to talk to you at the break. Thank you again for coming to talk to our graduate music industry students.
– Andrew Surmani, Associate Professor of Music Industry Studies, California State University – Northridge
I’m looking forward to conducting this workshop next week at the College of the Canyons.