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Share Your Innovation Ideas for Fall Podcasts

We're on Hiatus for our "Innovating Music" Podcast and want to hear from you on future guests. In the meantime, listen to our past guests talk about disruptive technologies in music. Hosted by Gigi Johnson and produced by the UCLA Center for Music Innovation at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, we bring together unique voices from inside and outside of the music industry.

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New Creation Technologies Panel at Music 2020

Music 2020: Snapshots from the Day

Enjoy a few of our snapshots of a day of great ideas and conversations at Music 2020 at Digital Hollywood Oct. 20, 2016. And thanks to the many panelists and audience members who joined in a series of panels and conversations of the voices of Music 2020 . . . and how we could create different Futures. Read More
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Innovating Music Podcast

We are on Hiatus and gearing up for Fall editions of "Innovating Music" podcast, produced by the UCLA Center for Music Innovation. In this podcast, we talk about disruptive technologies in music, and bring together with unique voices from inside and outside of the music industry. As Kevin Kelly has been quoted to say, “The Future is Already Here -- It’s just not evenly distributed.” Join us to see where the future may already have landed. Read More
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Leadership: Gigi Johnson

Gigi Johnson, the UCLA Center for Music Innovation's Inaugural Director, explores how innovation changes social connections and human systems around music and with music. Dr. Johnson joined HASOM in 2010 to teach digital marketing and branding for musicians and for music organizations, and her class has grown to a core element of the Music Industry Minor. Read More

Leadership: Robert Fink

Dr. Robert Fink, the Center's Faculty Director, is a past chair of the UCLA Musicology department, and currently Chair of the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music’s Minor in the Music Industry. He also currently serves as President of the US Branch of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM-US). His research focus is on music and culture after 1950, with special interests in the history and analysis of African-American popular music and the politics of contemporary art music. Read More

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