This is a great interview between two real pioneers of "open source music". MuseOpen's #kickstarter
project "Set Chopin Free" has raised more than $64,000 in 8 days...which is even more amazing when you consider that the project still has 37 days to go! And +Robert Douglass
helped kickstart the +Open Goldberg Variations CD
project. Their successes are making the #publicdomain
These great results don't just happen. They result from a combination of deep insight, great passion, strong partnerships, effective promotion, and flawless execution. Check out this interview and see how it's done. Then join the effort or create your own, if you are so inclined.
We can change the economic and creative dynamics of the music industry because we (collectively) are
the music market. Projects like this help us all to be the change we want to see in the world!
We (The Miraverse) are presenting an event November 3rd that has very limited physical seating in the recording studio (+Manifold Recording
) but we will be streaming online video feeds with high-quality audio. +Kimiko Ishizaka, Pianist
will be playing selections from Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier on a Bösendorfer 280 concert grand piano. Stay tuned and we'll have details at http://miraverse.com/
. Follow us and you'll get an invitation via Google Events.