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SoundNotion 135: Orchestra Sabermetrics

This week on SoundNotion, we’re joined by orchestra business guru Drew McManus. We discuss the departure of Osmo Vänskä in Minnesota, the final demise of New York City Opera, the orchestra strike in Germany and the success of the Rest is Noise Festival.
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SoundNotion 99: An Audio Accident

This week we plug our “Cage-Baiting” episode Jan. 20th with Daniel Asia, early samples from Tod Machover’s A Toronto Symphony, Opéra de Montréal streams a full day of work, Simon Rattle a free agent after 2018 and Eric Whitacre has beautiful hair (duh).


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Music is Hard 15: Streaming

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How do we promote ourselves online through streaming audio and score PDFs? How can we balance sharing and integrity? Tim and Dave discuss various strategies and common pitfalls.

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Robert Young, saxophone
The Guardian’s Tom Service on streaming performances
Digital Concert Hall from the Berlin Philharmonic
Jeff Jarvis
Merlin Mann
Joel Diegert

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