Nowadays, of course, we have iTunes and Spotify and other digital music platforms that let us listen to whatever we want, whenever we want. It's hard to imagine going back to the old way of doing things! But what if there were a way for musicians and music industry professionals to share craft, digitally?
I’m so excited to share today’s guest, Owen Grover, CEO of TrueFire Studios, who will be sharing with us all about the digitalisation of learning within the music industry and its benefits compared to traditional methods.
- The digitalisation of learning within the music industry and its benefits compared to traditional methods.
- The intersection of music and tech, and its evolution during the pandemic.
- What Owen has learned about e-learning after serving over 3M customers.
- Help artists make money
- Create instructional content
- The intersection of music and tech
More About Our Guest:
Owen Grover is the CEO of TrueFire Studios, one of the biggest music education brands out there, with 4 main brands:
Owen also helped produce the concert for Sandy Relief at Madison Square Garden, which raised over $55 million for victims of Hurricane Sandy. Owen is also known for building Pocket Casts, an Australian-born podcasting app.
Owen has been actively involved in the media and entertainment industry for nearly 20 years. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife Dr. Erin Gilbert and their son Devon. A passionate music fan, his favorite band is The Clash.