A3C announces a new program at the A3C Conference, The Future of Music Tech, which features a series of panels, presentations and events highlighting some of the pioneers behind the most innovative tech companies at the forefront of the music industry. Learn about the disruptive technology changing how music is created, shared, discovered, marketed and monetized.
The programming takes place on Wed, Oct 5th at the Loudermilk Center, and will culminate with the Startup Spotlight Showcase.
- The Future of Creating & Collaborating
- The Future of Sharing & Discovery
- The Future of Data
- The Future of Distribution & Monetization
Companies represented include: Jaxsta, Sounds, Ingrooves, Stem, Songlink, feature.fm, Native Instruments, Jammber and many more to be announced.
The Startup Spotlight is an initiative to find and elevate innovative tech startups that impact how music is being created, shared, discovered, marketed and monetized. The startups selected are able to engage with potential partners, advocates and users in order to receive useful and actionable feedback.
Applications for A3C’s Startup Spotlight are open through August 1st at 10:00pm EST.
5 music tech startups will be invited to showcase their companies to a panel of music industry veterans and hip-hop icons at the A3C Conference. Additionally, startups will participate in a multi-day experience connecting them with Atlanta’s tech community, music industry, artists and producers.
The 2017 Startups included: Record Gram, Jammber, The UpNext, BrandSnap & RapChat.
A3C launched the Startup Spotlight to help build Atlanta’s music tech community. A3C Festival & Conference has become an essential annual meetup for the music tech and hip-hop communities to network and build together. Atlanta is already the cultural capital for hip-hop artists and creatives, and the city has a strong and rapidly growing tech sector. A3C is committed to building a music tech community around the already vibrant hip-hop community.
Hip-Hop is the most important, influential and often largest user-base for many music tech startups. Hip-Hop artists are early adopters and frequently the most active and engaged community on most social and music platforms.
Hip-Hop, Music and Tech converge at A3C Conference.