Music Tectonics

Music Tectonics

By rock paper scissors PR firm

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.


Fireside Chat with Tracy Chan, VP Head of Music at Twitch, and Dmitri Vietze

In this week’s episode, listen to one of the highlights of the 2021 Music Tectonics Conference featuring a fireside chat with Tracy Chan. and Dmitri Vietze. Tracy Chan is the VP, Head of Music at Twitch, where his focus is on enabling creators to intRead more


The Dawn of the Artist-Driven Future with Jack Spallone of HIFI Labs

In this wide ranging episode, Jack Spallone, Head of Crypto at HIFI Labs and major player in music+crypto's early days, maps how Web3 has emerged from past attempts to deal with music assets using blockchain, and how the whole ecosystem has been guidRead more


Fear, Music, and the Brain: What Makes Music Scary with Caitlyn Trevor PhD

Music and tech have long played their own ghoulish roles in making Halloween especially terrifying. In this week’s spooky episode, Caitlyn Trevor PhD joins host Tristra Newyear Yeager to explore what makes music scary and how our brains process fear.Read more


Left and Right, Upstream and Down: How LANDR Spans Everything From DAW to DSP

In this week's episode, Dmitri Vietze gets super sci-fi with Pascal Pilon and Daniel Rowland of LANDR, supernova sponsor of the fast-approaching Music Tectonics Conference. With 4.2 million registered users, LANDR is revolutionizing the future of musRead more


2021 Music Tectonics Conference Preview: Online, in the Metaverse, and by the Sea

Get ready for this year’s 2021 Music Tectonics Conference with Eleanor Rust and Dmitri Vietze on this week’s conference preview episode. Music Tectonics unites music tech innovators across industry boundaries to share ideas and get business done. In Read more

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