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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.

Links:
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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SoundNotion 17: It’s Always Sunny in East Lansing

Topics include streaming opera performances, the future of American orchestras, rethinking digital distribution, the existential crisis of glockenspiel vibrato, and more.


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This week’s topics include:

  • James Levine is withdrawing from a slew of upcoming performances.
  • Are streaming opera performances really a good idea?
  • WQXR brought together some luminaries to ponder the future of American orchestras. (And Ray Hair embarassed himself and musicians everywhere.)
  • Detroit Symphony announces a gamble on lower ticket prices.
  • The Rethink Music Conference rethinks distribution models and intellectual property issues.
  • Ty Forquer helps Sam and Dave settle an old score about the existence of glockenspiel vibrato.
  • Interested in an orchestra administration career? Adaptistration’s Drew McManus wants to help you find a gig.


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