Metadata is all that information that identifies and describes your music. In some cases, metadata is text; composer and musician names, recording dates, genre. In other cases, it’s numeric data; UPC barcodes and ISRC codes. As the music landscape becomes increasingly digital and global – and where success is measured in streams and plays in addition to sales – proper metadata management is becoming an important part of every release workflow. read more
October 26, 2015 - 9:00am - October 27, 2015 - 6:00pm
Get full details including schedule and registration information at http://musicpolicysummit.org.
These are among the important issues facing musicians and composers in an evolving landscape for music. From local scenes to the global marketplace, from investment and innovation to policy and sustainability, there has never been a more important time for an open and honest discussion about the future of music.
The 2015 Future of Music Policy Summit is where it all happens. This isn’t your typical music industry conference: Summit 2015 offers the most comprehensive look at the entire music ecosystem, what’s happening, what’s next and how musicians can make a difference. read more
The Library of Congress’ Music Division and Science, Technology and Business Division present:
Technofiles: Exploring How Technology Influences the Way We Create, Perform and Experience Music
Technology & the Entrepreneur:
The Ever-Evolving Landscape of the Music Industry
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
7:30 pm | Montpelier Room, Madison Building (LM 619)
Attend a discussion and networking session presented for a very wide group of stakeholder - musicians, producers, managers, engineers, booking agents - working where culture, creativity and commerce overlap. read more
Drinks & Mingling 6:30 pm | Dinner & Performances 7:30 pm
Individual tickets to the 2014 Future of Music Honors evening are now sold out. Contact Hannah at hannah [at] futureofmusic [dot] org with any questions.read more