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foundation. Solutions for the music making community, connecting the dots for a flourishing music business ecosystem
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mycelia4music Jun 18
Replying to @teejantti @imogenheap
Hello there Teemu! Carlotta here from the mycelia team. Interesting! Drop me an email at carlotta@myceliaformusic.co.uk
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CIAM Jun 14
The internationally recognised global voice of music creators united , & from around the world in Warsaw. Read about the Executive Committee meeting as well as speaking on Creative Passport today:
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TheWomensPodcast Jun 14
The Irish Times | The Women's Podcast talks to about technology, Taylor Swift & Ariana Grande, why you don't have to be miserable to write good music, her latest project , & lots more. LISTEN:
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ABP London Jun 12
“We’re not in the business of dismantling the music industry but we do want to enhance and improve it. These conversations need to happen in order to bring creativity forward” from Awsa Bergstrom on the importance of technology in the music industry
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Sync NI Events Jun 12
of is briefing the press on streamlining the music industry's digital space with pioneering technology: "I want to make it easy for people to do whatever they want to do with music."
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Tom Kegode Jun 12
Blockchain for music 😍😍😍 with . An awesome way to drive efficiencies worldwide in the music industry using blockchain technology. Use data to create meaningful relationships across the industry with a creative passport
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mycelia4music Jun 12
: The digital identity standard for music makers
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mycelia4music Jun 12
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mycelia4music Jun 12
Is anyone around today? We are!!! Imogen’s talk is at 2.25pm, centre stage. It will be live streamed on fb, link below!
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CIAM Jun 2
. joined the meeting, hosted by in Warsaw today, to introduce and discuss the Creative Passport. It is her new initiative to gather data and information for creators and songs all in one place.
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mycelia4music May 31
The tiny human experiment was... an experiment. Not intended to be a money making machine but to prove that it was possible to split payments at source for people involved in the track. And 150ish downloads proved it perfectly ;)
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MoneyConf May 22
., musician & founder will be heading to next month for 2018 🙌 See who else will be joining her there 👌
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Imogen Heap May 21
Excited to share positive futures for music makers + Creative Passport at . Tickets >
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Ghislaine Boddington May 22
This input by makes a wonderful start to Saturday 7th July with her inspirational project
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PRS for Music May 17
PRS Director and songwriter is chatting with & about new models for a fairer future in the music industry
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Instrumental. May 17
Very interesting discussion surrounding ’s and the role of blockchain in connecting the dots for creators in the music business ecosystem. 📍 : The AI Conference
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AIM UK May 15
Rewiring Music: New Models for a Fairer Future – supported by Speakers include: , and co-founder and member Matt Black Panel Details: (7/15)
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Resonate May 7
"Rewiring Music: New Models for a Fairer Future" - Join us at House / for a fireside chat with of and Ninja Tune co-founder Matt Black . RSVP here:
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mycelia4music May 3
“Sorry Carlotta it’s in Dutch” ;)
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Future Blockchain Summit May 2
What a captivating performance and talk from , singer and co-founder of . She highlighted how blockchain is impacting the creative economy, particularly the music industry.
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