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SXSW 2022 takes place March 11-20, 2022. SXSW dedicates itself to helping creative people achieve their goals. Founded in 1987 in Austin, Texas, SXSW is best known for its conference and festivals that celebrate the convergence of tech, film, music, education, and culture.
 
South By Southwest (SXSW) dedicates itself to helping creative people achieve their goals. Our annual conference and festivals celebrate the convergence of the interactive, film, and music industries. An essential destination for global professionals, the event features sessions, showcases, screenings, exhibitions, and a variety of networking opportunities. SXSW proves that the most unexpected discoveries happen when diverse topics and people come together. This weekly podcast features Keyno ...
 
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Technologies for achieving greater personal, enterprise, and community resilience have been steadily on the rise due to macroscopic shifts in climate change, societal disruptions, and digital transformation. In the inaugural #ResilienceTech Report, Maeda highlights the growing business ecosystem being built by a new breed of technologists around th…
 
At MUSE School California, passion is key. MUSE infuses Passion Based Learning with Core Academics to create learning opportunities which are challenging, individualized and unique. In this session, facilitators (MUSE teachers) will guide attendees through the process of creating meaningful, passion-based curriculum that meets set academic standard…
 
Video games are the new $200 billion obsession among tech companies, regulators, and legacy media firms. Trillion-dollar tech firms eagerly outspend each other to win favor with audiences and future-proof their businesses. Politicians look to popular titles and live streaming to connect with young voters. And executives in music and film are experi…
 
The internet was created to bring us together. But somewhere along the way, that vision was lost. We handed over our data to centralized figures, allowed big tech to thrive off of our creations, and accepted our place in a system that is seemingly out of our control. However, in the far corners of the internet, a new story is being written. The aut…
 
In this SXSW Session, join an exclusive fireside chat between the multi-hyphenate, creator, writer and executive producer of the Prime Video series Upload, Greg Daniels, and one of America's leading futurists and an award-winning author, Amy Webb, where they discuss the concept and genesis of Greg Daniels’ Prime Video sci-fi, comedy Upload, near-fu…
 
Join Amy Webb for the Future Today Institute's 15th anniversary edition of its Tech Trends Report and a deep dive into all the trends you'll need to follow in 2022. In this provocative session, futurist Amy Webb, professor at NYU Stern School of Business and CEO of the Future Today Institute, will provide a data-driven analysis for the emerging tec…
 
The world has seen the rise of music streaming, but do the generalists do justice to the nuances of niche music? Is the target market for these niche genres large enough to justify a separate streaming service? We explore these questions and more with Faraan Irfan – Founder & CEO of Saarey Music – the music streaming service for South Asian classic…
 
Take a guided tour of the ever-changing media landscape with the lead analysts at Variety Intelligence Platform (VIP+), a new research extension of the iconic entertainment-trade publication. No significant issue or trend is left unexplored in this data-fueled presentation dissecting the industries of streaming, film, TV, music, videogames and much…
 
This all-new story-filled talk will build on ten years of "non-obvious" trend research and Rohit's popular past SXSW sessions to spotlight how the world is changing in 2022 and how you can anticipate these changes to win the future. In this session, you will hear the best and worst predictions from more than a decade of trend curation and learn the…
 
This session offers an exploration of advancements in Generative Atmospheric (GA) music. GA music responds in real-time to detected changes in its surroundings: a total convergence of tech, music and other media such as games and film. Beginning with an explanation of the role that music plays in film and video games, and how transitions are handle…
 
The nature of work continues to change rapidly, and the national dialogue calling for meaningful racial justice reform, coupled with COVID-19, has only accelerated this change in the last year. These events have created job displacement and an increased demand for technical and essentially human skills like problem-solving, empathy, and creativity.…
 
Ever wondered what the differences between licensed and original music are? Or what the benefits are for creating bespoke music versus finding an existing song for a project? In this session, leading music supervisors, creative agency executives and creative directors will walk audiences through a real-world case study of the music licensing proces…
 
How do we measure the impact of 'music cities' or 'music ecosystem' policies? How can we prove that they make a difference? What does success look like? Given it has been nearly a decade since cities and places began to explore how music impacts urban planning, policy and regulation, what changes have we seen in regards to how cities and places - n…
 
Numerous studies have shown that women and non-binary individuals make up fewer than 10% of those working in the producing and engineering fields in the US. Frustrated by the lack of gender equality, veteran producer and musician Jim Eno (Spoon, Polica, !!!, Tennis) put his knowledge and studio equipment at his Austin studio Public-HiFi to use to h…
 
Disruption, change, and innovation are transforming every industry from social media, to the shared economy to new and innovative platforms. The music industry is no exception. What’s at the forefront of this transformation and how are independent artists being supported? Participants: Tiffany Gaines, Naithan Jones, Andra Liemandt, Matt Ott See omn…
 
The 15 year boom in vinyl record sales has collided with a two year old pandemic to change an industry and raise tough questions for artists and labels: How do you manufacture records in reasonable time and cost given the current supply chain mess? How do record stores keep the shelves stocked for fans? And how does the new country of NFTs change w…
 
Concert organizers and attendees alike have a shared concern of safely engaging with live music in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Astroworld tragedy, amongst other recent events. Learn how emerging crowd safety and security policies intersect with both current and future event technology solutions to meet the demands of the pandemic-era liv…
 
Legendary indie record label Kill Rock Stars is celebrating 30 years of creating culture and spearheading the careers of artists like Sleater-Kinney, Elliott Smith, Deerhoof and countless other bands, songwriters, comedians, and the Riot Grrrl movement. Looking back and looking forward, Kill Rock Stars has been the soundtrack for an entire generati…
 
The music business is complex in that it’s often said to be more of a lifestyle than it is a job. Every day (and sometimes every second), we are reminded of our role within the industry and how it molds our identity and our future. But what about our personal identities and our own long-term goals? Aren’t we more than just the companies we tag in o…
 
Jason Barnes has loved the drums his entire life. This didn’t change when he lost his arm in 2012. More and more, people in the disability community are the co-creators of the tools that are helping them and others pursue their goals and live the lives they want. And today, Jason’s love of music has led to the creation of one of the most advanced p…
 
Structured as a series of short solo presentations, this session includes the perspectives of musicians, producers, and DJs who have diversified their careers to fortify their income—-while remaining active within the music industry. From day gigs at music software companies to stage support on the road with touring artists, there are countless opp…
 
Audio Up produces several top podcasts focused on music discovery. They work with top talent (actors, writers, directors etc.) to create, write and produce innovative content that features original music, performed by some of today’s top selling artists (Machine Gun Kelly, 24kGoldn, Miranda Lambert, Lindsey Ell etc.). The company is bringing music,…
 
Hearing loss affects millions of American adults and isn’t just a problem for soldiers firing rockets or machinists in factories: musicians and concert-goers are at particularly high risk for hearing loss due to the loud and impulsive nature of musical sounds during performances. Earplug use is becoming more common in the music community, but most …
 
On the heels of Rap-A-Lot Records and its flagship act, Geto Boys, launching the Houston rap scene in the late 1980s, Smithville native Robert Earl Davis, Jr. (DJ Screw) was building his own movement in Houston from the homemade mixes he called Screw tapes. Those mixtapes, on which he slowed down the music and “chopped” between two copies of the sa…
 
Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, David Bowie, ZZ Top, Neil Young, Paul Simon, Fleetwood Mac and Motley Crue. These are just some of the major stars that have sold their copyrights for extraordinary sums of money in recent months. Some deals involve selling all future rights and royalties, others involve partial sales with the writer/artist keeping a p…
 
A discussion about democratizing the live entertainment industry by touring via networks of non-traditional spaces (living rooms, back yards, bookstores, warehouses, art spaces, etc). Generating an audience is difficult without the help of industry gatekeepers, and it's nearly impossible to win the gatekeepers without a built-in audience. Artists f…
 
I am a jazz pianist, mathematician, STEAM educator, and the thematic producer at World Expo 2025, Osaka, Kansai, Japan about play/ learning/ art/ technology. Together with Emi, a renowned improvisational ballet dancer, we are now pursuing the future of playful interactive civilized arts, integrating various physical senses, cutting-edge technology,…
 
Over the past century, scientific advances and policy have dramatically improved global life expectancy. But as an ageing population grows, so do the economic and public health consequences. What can the future look like if political leaders are bold enough to embrace a new world of tech innovation? Join the Tony Blair Institute, Stanford Healthcar…
 
This panel will examine the opportunities for innovative new payment methods as the music industry emerges from a period of rapid adaptation and financial disruption. As artists and businesses alike pursue new paths to maximize revenue, payment models must evolve in tandem with these diversified income streams, reshaping the way artists are paid. F…
 
Over the last 5 years, AI has become more accessible and usable. AI researchers now release the models that they've trained on vast amounts of data, letting anyone use the result. This has created a surge of innovation among artists across multiple mediums who are using these models to generate art in unique ways. This panel highlights some promine…
 
For centuries, ‘natural’ foods, fibers, cosmetics and other products have been thought to be better for people and the planet. Now, significant advances in synthetic biology and other innovations have made vegan silk and leather, lab-grown diamonds, and bioengineered foods possible - consumer products grown in a lab that can be better for both peop…
 
They don't want to talk about it... but many music publishers aren't happy with the "streaming revenue split" with record labels. It’s about a five-to-one split in favor of labels. Since major publishers are often affiliated with labels under the same corporate umbrella, they don’t want to rock the boat. But many indie publishers and songwriters (!…
 
Sexual harassment in the live touring space is a big problem that isn’t discussed widely enough nor is there an industry standard for what is to be expected from venue staff, road crew, and fans alike. The panel will discuss ongoing work that various organizations are doing to curb sexual harassment in the live music space. Why don’t we see concert…
 
What would it feel like to share the world with machines that could live in the wild and evolve on their own? For the 2021 Hyundai Commission at the Tate Modern, artist Anicka Yi offered a vision of a new ecosystem of flying machines that are fully self-directed and interact with visitors using an artificial intelligence simulation that directs the…
 
A global computer-based communication network has fundamentally changed our social, cultural, and political landscape over the past 30 years. There has been no previous communication revolution of this speed or intensity. Consequently, this communication tool gives us the power to completely restructure our entire existence, both on an individual a…
 
As we learn more about quantum physics, we appreciate that time is non-linear and that we in the present can connect to the past and the future. Anticipating the future is a priority for the Intelligence Community. Can precognition rooted in the principles of quantum physics offer a new opportunity? Over the last 45 years, scientists have conducted…
 
Whilst COVID-19 has forced us all to isolate, stay inside and resort to being in front of screens more than ever before, it has also presented us with a unique opportunity to use this technology to improve access and inclusion in the music industry for people with disability worldwide. This panel will showcase Disabled and Deaf musicians and Access…
 
Every artist is constantly asking: how can they land bookings from the world’s leading music festivals? In this discussion, Tariq Cherif, Caroline “Baroline” Diaz, and Rob Gibbs are here to shift the question away from how to get booked, to how to become an act that talent buyers can’t resist booking. They will explore the metrics and methods that …
 
Technology is transforming and shaping the 21st century classroom to inspire the next generation of music creators. Can innovative and collaborative ed tech tools for songwriting, recording, instrument learning, media management, communication and gaming make music programs more equitable for students of all different backgrounds? By redefining cur…
 
Criminal bot syndicates have attacked the infrastructure of the streaming music industry trying to prey upon and defraud artists, streaming services, labels, and publishers. “Bot farms” have a unique advantage: they can coordinate openly in forums, message boards, and thinly disguised ads; streaming services and distributors are understandably rest…
 
More than 70% of the Earth’s surface is covered by water—but less than 3% is drinkable freshwater. And to take this mind-boggling difference a step further, two thirds of that 3% is either sitting on frozen glaciers or inaccessible. When the need for freshwater exceeds a region’s available supply or water infrastructure capacities, that region is d…
 
Quantum computers are expected to advance solutions to challenges in diverse aspects of human life. With these developments come critical questions about access, ethics, and inclusion. In 2019, IBM approached The New School with a question: how could the company's emerging quantum computing technology be integrated into creative arts, applied to pu…
 
This panel starts and ends with the power of music to create social impact. It assumes that every music maker who has something to say about climate justice has the ability to enlist their audience, however large or small, to make change for the better. We explore, through the lens of a small group of musicians and activists, what their music, expe…
 
“Bedroom producer" is now a ubiquitous term — you don’t need a fancy studio and expensive gear to make a radio hit. Finneas produced Billie Eilish's "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?" in his home on Logic Pro. Steve Lacy produced EP "Steve Lacy’s Demo" on his iPhone. Music-making tools are easier and cheaper to access than ever before. But …
 
Some artists just want to make music, but many desire multi-faceted careers and have ambitions to be at the intersection of various industries, such as fashion, gaming, tv and film. Creatives should never feel pigeonholed, but being a successful multi-hyphenate artist means figuring out how to strategically leverage your various creative talents to…
 
Technology has revolutionized the music industry. Increasingly, the problem we face is not “how do we get data?” but rather is “how do we use data?” Data is only as valuable as your ability to read, interpret, and guide decision making with that data. This foundational skill, data literacy, is often underemphasized resulting in disappointing or eve…
 
In the last two years, international travel was transformed by a pandemic, Brexit, civil unrest in many parts of the world, and regime change in the US. Meanwhile, our industry's reliance on international travel has raised concerns about the sustainability of our practices. Join three experts on artist mobility as they talk through the legal, ethic…
 
Traffic management is achieved through integrated, interactive systems. Digital Twins - veracious, physics-based 4D digital representations of the roadways, vehicles, traffic signals, weather, and more - model these system interactions. These digital representations enable the processes for getting the right data to the right people at the right ti…
 
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