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.


06/17/21

Rhythm and Movement: The Science Behind Music Therapy with Dawn Rose

In this episode, senior researcher, professional drummer, and martial artist, Dr. Dawn Rose shares the fascinating new ways psychologists are able to better understand the complex relationship between music and the brain. With state-of-the-art motionRead more

06/10/21

More Than a Marketplace: The Reverb Community with CEO David Mandelbrot

Remember the feeling of walking into an old school music store - rows of guitars, stacks of amps, and an afternoon to spend trying every instrument in the store? In this week’s episode, CEO David Mandelbrot shares how Reverb is recreating the experieRead more

06/03/21

How Imogen Heap Turns Frustration into Music Tech Innovation

When Imogen Heap sees something she can’t do, she makes it happen. As an award-winning singer songwriter, producer, audio engineer, and industry pioneer, Imogen is breaking down barriers for artists to take control of their data and create music in nRead more

05/27/21

Measuring Music: Data & Deep Questions with Christine Osazuwa of WMG

These days, once you hit play on your favorite track, you’re generating data, from Spotify analytics to recommendation algorithms on Youtube. This week, host Tristra Newyear Yeager sits down with industry leader and founder of Measure of Music, ChrisRead more

05/20/21

A Front Row Seat to Live Music’s Future with StageIt’s Stephen White

In this week’s episode, Stephen White, CEO of StageIt, sits down with host Dmitri Vietze to explore how Stageit, a global ticketed live streaming platform, is setting the stage for the future of virtual performances. Like poker chips or game tokens, Read more

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