With a unique combination of tech legends and music pioneers on stage, the three-hour program is the perfect space for exploring everything from growth hacking in the music industry and the UX of sound.
The Music Summit will be held in front of over 1,000 attendees and broadcast online to millions.
It's no mystery that music and tech have always gone hand in hand, now more than ever. Enlisting a unique combination of tech legends and music pioneers, the Music Summit will aim to inspire decision makers, industry leaders and creatives with stories born at the intersection of music and technology.
Besides inspiration and entertainment, the program is also meant to highlight the importance of music, key to brand consistency and crucial for brands who are trying to cut through the noise emotionally.
Hans Brouwer, CEO and Founder, MassiveMusic, comments:
“At MassiveMusic we have a global network of tech-focused music partners and friends – from product designers, UI sound specialists, interactive composers to digital platform owners and music data analysts. Some of them will be on stage imparting key insights on how brands, advertisers and creatives from various fields can harness the power of sound and music through the latest trends in technology.”
DJ Hardwell plans to talk about growth hacking in the music industry, Henry Draw (UI/UX Sound Specialist) will cover the craftsmanship behind good UX and UI sound design, and Molly Neuman (Head of Music, Kickstarter) will share her thoughts and ideas on a new way forward for a stronger music business.
Poppy Crum (Chief Scientist, Dolby Labs) will discuss the neuroscience of sound and Colin Benders (Musician, Composer, Producer) takes us through his life’s work with the modular analog synthesizer. An additional mystery guest will be announced by The Next Web on May 1.