We are happy to confirm Thounds is joining two panels at the second Future Music Forum Barcelona!
The forum is at the second edition and will take place at the Museu D’art Contemporani De Barcelona, MACBA on the 22nd and 23rd September.
Leading minds in the world of online and mobile music will talk how music is being shared in todays digital age, discuss new developments in music technology and how to monetize these activities.
We are joining “Entrepreneurs In The Digital Music Age” and “Music and Social Media” panels, both on the first day.
More interesting panels on the agenda include “Music and Social Gaming” and “New Earning Models For The Music Industry” amongst others.
More details and schedule at links belows.
And here is the jury panel, that will eventually elect the winner of the fender Stratocaster for our first Spring Contest:
Aaron Bogucki Polydor (UK) He is Senior Digital Campaign Manager and thus loves connecting artists with fans. If he can push the boundaries of digital content and the music experience at the same time then even better! http://www.polydor.co.uk
Christoph Sobel New Yorker (Germany)
Head of music cooperation for the fashion company New Yorker, with more than 850 stores in 32 countries is making it one of Europe’s largest fashion businesses. http://www.newyorker.de
David Casalini Cond´ Nast (Italy) Head of Multimedia Design and Development at Wired and Glamour magazines.
Lives with Chiara and daughter Giulia in the countryside just outside Milan and goes back to his homeland in Tuscany as soon as possibile. Loves reading, running, playing with daughter and writing for his blog. http://www.wired.it and http://ps.glamour.it
Andrea Schipani Audiocoop (Italy)
Web Communication manager and press officer for Audiocoop and MEI event, the biggest Italian even for independent record labels, artists and music professionals. http://www.audiocoop.it/
Today we are launching a new series of regular contests that will reward your music inspiration.
The first of them is the Spring contest, a competition without a specific theme where you just have to unleash your inspiration and record your music. The better it is the more likely to enter the final stage.
You have two weeks time from now, contest is open until the 6th of April, then you will have to support your track to make it one of the five finalists, more details on this very soon.
The shortlist will be submitted to a jury of artists and music professionals that will decree the final winner.