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DMT 110 – Musichackday London 2012

This week on Digital Music Trends I chat with Martyn Davies (@martyndaviesSendgrid) and Syd Lawrence (@sydlawrenceTwilioWemakeawesomesh.it) about Musichackday London 2012 which took place over the weekend of the 17th/18th of November at Facebook’s HQ in Soho. This week it’s well worth checking out the video version of the show as I’ve incorporated videos of some of the demos to showcase the hacks that we ended up talking about.

Now in its 4th year, we start by talking about Musichackday at large, including the spread of the event worldwide, why music hacks are more fun, the mindset of the community, Facebook’s sponsorship of the year’s event (& thoughts on Open Graph).

Then we move on to specific hacks from the London event – below’s a list of links including time they appear on the show – as well as lots of generic topics like the role of remix apps, status of Spotify apps, value of APIs, Radio and discovery, video-capture hacks and more…

– Screecha (19:00)

– EyePhone (23:13)

– Move It (25:33)

– Johnny Cash Has Been Everywhere Man (27:30)

– Podiki (34:30)

– Disco Disco Discotech (Hospitality Club) (39:40)

– Remix of the Century (44:43)

– Tracks In a Box (53:16)

Hope you enjoy the show and ‘’till next week.

Andrea Leonelli

@digimusictrends

DMT 91 – Webdoc

This week on the show an interview with Olivier de Simone, head of music at start-up Webdoc. The company lets you create, share and discover rich interactive posts in a very short space of time, and they have a particular focus on music in this initial phase. In the interview we talk about how the idea of Webdoc developed, the challenges in creating a service of this type, their focus on design and practical applications for musicians.

DMT Episode 91 – Webdoc by digitalmusictrends


Check out Webdoc.com to create a beautifully designed flyer, share a track, count down to an event in just a couple of minutes.
Hope you enjoy the show and ’till next time.
Andrea Leonelli

 

DMT 91 – Webdoc

Hello everyone and welcome to Digital Music Trends! This week on the show an interview with Olivier de Simone, head of music at start-up Webdoc. The company lets you create, share and discover rich interactive posts in a very short space of time, and they have a particular focus on music in this initial phase. In the interview we talk about how the idea of Webdoc developed, the challenges in creating a service of this type, their focus on design and practical applications for musicians.
Check out Webdoc.com to create a beautifully designed flyer, share a track, count down to an event in just a couple of minutes.
Hope you enjoy the show and ’till next time.
Andrea Leonelli