The music industry is in the midst of a revolution, thanks to the proliferation of digital streaming platforms and online music distribution. This transformation has given musicians and artists unprecedented autonomy, allowing them to create, collaborate, and promote their work without the traditional barriers that once stood in their way. As the industry evolves, so too do the challenges, particularly in the realm of cybersecurity.
In a digital age where musicians increasingly rely on technology, safeguarding their creative assets from cyber threats becomes paramount. Musicians using various digital platforms must ensure their data remains secure, and this is where tools like VPNs come into play, enhancing their online protection.
To delve deeper into this topic and shed light on how specific branches of the industry have experienced democratization, Cyber News sat down with Chris Erhardt, the Co-Founder and CEO of Tunedly. Tunedly is a revolutionary online music production platform that is reshaping how songwriters and musicians collaborate. Tunedly also provides a Web3 music discovery platform where listeners participate in the A&R process, making the entire process fair for all artists — regardless of their marketing budget or name recognition — and empowering fans to decide the hits of tomorrow. With a vision to empower musicians and audiophiles, Chris provided insights into the journey of Tunedly and its unique approach to online music creation and discovery. He also discussed copyright protection, the challenges independent artists face, and the evolving landscape of the music industry.
Read the full interview with Chris Erhardt here "Chris Erhardt, Tunedly: “the rise of digital streaming platforms and online music distribution has democratized music promotion"