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SF MusicTech 2012 - In The Office

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Published on Oct 12, 2012

SF MusicTech recently took place in San Francisco showcasing plenty of new apps, websites, and businesses that will help change the digital music landscape. There were sound making apps, music discovery tools, lyric finders, digital music storefronts, and even a guitar made from an old lunchbox.

Every year the conference brings together the best developments in the digital music space and this year was no different. There were plenty of panels delivering great discussions on things like ticketing, new ways to promote music, streaming live shows, and music discovery.




Here are some of the things we saw at the show:

Jam Bandit - An interactive music experience that puts fan in the band. Coming out Octover 2012. http://www.jambandit.com/

Timbre - Band discovery app that lets the music find you. Available FREE on iOS. http://www.timbreapp.com

Gumroad - Share and sell unreleased music, video, ebooks, blog posts, source code, or anything else digitally created. Service is currently available at http://www.gumroad.com

New York Rock Exchange - Invest in bands you love by buying shares in your favorite songs!
http://www.newyorkrockexchange.com

Pomplamoose - A indie duo from California that keeps it real. Jack Conte and Nataly Dawn create songs (and videos) that are honest, quirky, intricate, and catchy. http://www.pomplamoose.com

Each year the SF MusicTech Summit brings together visionaries in the evolving music/business/technology ecosystem, along with the best and brightest developers, entrepreneurs, investors, service providers, journalists, musicians, and organizations who work with them at the convergence of culture and commerce.

For more info on SF MusicTech check out www.sfmusictech.com

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