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co-written with Dave Kusek. It further describes what I think the next generation of music companies will actually look like – hence the term Music 2.0, a description derived from the now increasingly popular “Web 2.0.” I have been writing and blogging about digital music and the next generation of the music industry for almost four years

David Kusek, Gerd Leonhard. Nov 20, 2018. It seems that the predictions of Kusek and Leonhard were realized when. years later. 24 David Kusek & Gerd Leonhard, The future of music. トップ · David Kusek,Gerd Leonhard,yomoyomo; デジタル音楽の行方. The Future Of Music: Manifesto For The Digital Music Revolution. The Future Of Music:.

The headline appearances were made by Gerd Leonhard, an influential futurist and the Prime Minister of Malta Joseph Muscat. According to Beane, the future global economy will be significantly larger.

Distributed manufacturing could be bad news for major brands, says David Rowan, editor of Wired‘s U.K. edition. Loss of human autonomy in the face of artificial intelligence. To quote Gerd Leonhard.

David Kusek and Gerd Leonhard. Published in 2005 the book explores challenging aspects of the music business, discovering the changes, technologies, innovation and powerful trends that are affecting its future. What will happen to the way we consume music. Anyone who is planning to listen to music from shiny pieces of plastic in the future will.

Dave Kusek is the author of The Future of Music (3.75 avg rating, 282 ratings, 19 reviews, published 2005), Hack the Music Business (4.00 avg rating, 12.

The course was inspired by Dave Kusak and Gerd Leonhard’s seminal book The Future of Music: Manifesto for the Digital Music Revolution and is constantly evolving as the music business evolves. The.

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As the futurist Gerd Leonhard says, “The next 20 years are likely to bring more changes to humanity than the past 300.” Cutting-edge solutions can quickly feel like outmoded thinking by the time.

David Kusek Gerd Leonhard David Kusek is vice president of Berklee Media and oversees the college’s online extension school at www.berkleemusic.com. Kusek also founded Passport Designs, a music software company, and was a codeveloper of the.

Gerd Leonhard [1] [2] He currently lives in Zurich. Born in Bonn, Leonhard studied theology at the University of Bonn before migrating to the United States in 1982 where he studied at the Berklee College of Music and later established a career as a professional musician, arranger and composer. [3]

"We’re looking at a future that is quite amazing but also potentially quite horrifying. Right now, we’re at about 90 percent amazing," Futurist Gerd Leonhard said at the trade show. In a session about.

I’ve been reading David Kusek and Gerd Leonhard’s The Future of Music: Manifesto for the Digital Music Revolution. This book should be read by anyone interested in the music industry. I agree with a lot of what they have to say about the challenges now faced by the music industry.

Dave Kusek is an American business executive, music educator, author, and software developer known for his work in the music industry. [1] [2] After working as chief engineer at Star Instruments in the 1970s, [3] in 1980 he became the founding CEO of the music software company Passport Designs. [3]

Media Futurist Gerd Leonhard kicked things off. forcing out of business” the very places where the books it sells were discovered. David Roth-Ey, Executive Publisher of Fourth Estate and.

So I persuaded The Tyee’s founder and editor-in-chief David Beers to let me drop all other reporting. I spoke recently with globetrotting futurist Gerd Leonhard, whose views on the promise and.

Thomas Baekdal, Founder of Baekdal Media, stresses that the best. the great futurists that I know. Ross Dawson, Gerd Leonhard, Kurzweil, Microsoft Research, Ideo, The Singularity Hub, Paul Higgins,

In 2005, Gerd Leonhard co-authored the critically acclaimed and often quoted book "The Future of Music" with David Kusek [2] which has become a must-read for music industry professionals around the globe. Many ideas in the book came from his predictions back in 2003.

The speaker was self-proclaimed "futurist" Gerd Leonhard. (A redacted version of the presentation. The PolySpot system addresses those problems without custom coding. David Fischer, PolySpot’s.

“It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking 13.” The first line of George Orwell’s 1984 immediately places you in a world that is different – but not too different. Everything up.

David Kusek and Gerd Leonhard. Published in 2005 the book explores challenging aspects of the music business, discovering the changes, technologies, innovation and powerful trends that are affecting its future. What will happen to the way we consume music. Anyone who is planning to listen to music from shiny pieces of plastic in the future will.

Gerd Leonhard. Gerd Leonhard is CEO of The Futures Agency, a Futurist, Humanist, Keynote Speaker, and Author who specializes in the debate between humanity and technology. Over the past two decades, Gerd has risen to be one of the top 10 futurist keynote speakers worldwide.

Sep 03, 2006  · The Future of Music is a book by the co-developer of MIDI and current VP of BerkleeMusic, Dave Kusek and musician/music futurist Gerd Leonhard. I was first […] I have been meaning for some time to review this book (in fact the draft of this review has sat in my blog’s draft section for 15 months!).

Futurist David Houle, author of several books including “The Shift. and mobile devices are already our external brains,” futurist Gerd Leonhard wrote last year. “Is the next stop the actual.

Sir Ken Robinson inspires me, especially his TED talk – but then there are so many more for example, Dave Trott, Rory Sutherland, Seth Godin, Gerd Leonhard, Linda Stone, psfk, that I follow on twitter.

In this short video, futurist Gerd Leonhard asks – how will we respond to discovering new opportunities in one of the most transformational times in human history? Enjoy.).

Top Ten Truths of the Music Business. Author: David Kusek Lesson description. In this interactive lesson, Future of Music co-authors David Kusek and Gerd Leonhard identify the top-10 truths that will guide the future of music, define the nature of the relationship between artist and fan, and prove to be of great significance to those who wish to remain relevant in the music industry or tomorrow.

Dave Kusek is an American business executive, music educator, author, and software developer known for his work in the music industry. After working as chief engineer at Star Instruments in the 1970s, in 1980 he became the founding CEO of the music software company Passport Designs. With Passport he helped develop Master Tracks and Encore, and also co-developed software and hardware that.

When you’ve read the interview with Media Futurist Gerd Leonhard a couple of weeks ago, you know there’s a huge shift in music going on. The early adopters don’t download music anymore, but listen to.

Aug 18, 2017  · Este é o short film legendado – uma provocação bem focado nos desafios que vivemos nesta janela de transição e transformação. "As transformações dos próximos 20 anos serão maiores do.