WISE hosted a virtual panel moderated by Kalam Ali (Co-Founder, Sound Obsessed) to connect music industry experts and have an open discussion about AI technologies adoption for artists. Among the guests there were Rania Kim (Creative Director, Sound Obsessed &...
We are excited to publish a recent study by Laura Callegaro, a master researcher from the Berlin School of Economics and Law, a longtime electronic music expert and co-founder of the Berlin-based techno label JTseries. In this guest article, Laura shares 4 essential...
Since the Coronavirus outbreak, the music industry has taken a major economic hit. But despite the notable impact on the live music scene, demand for content is still high, and even likely to increase, as people spend more time indoors. A change in the environment...
Mention “AI music” and most people seem to think of AI-generated music. In other words, they picture a robot, machine or application composing, creating and possibly performing music by itself; essentially what musicians already do very well. First,...
The music industry is technology-driven. As new technologies become mainstream, how customers use them affects how music industry players organize their catalogs. Even though traditional structures make it a challenge for music labels, publishing houses, and...
Let’s face it: your success as an artist is significantly influenced by the amount of love you get from the gatekeepers of the music industry. But who are the gatekeepers in the music industry? Music gatekeepers are the people and entities that control access to your...
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