MTS.org-curated picks from last week’s ASCAP Daily Briefs
Monday, Aug. 28 —
Neuroscience: [Video] Dolby uses biotechnology to measure emotional response to film scenes.
Tuesday, Aug. 29 —
Who’s Who: Billboard’s list of power players in streaming, music groups, publishing, radio, and more.
Indie Label Licensing: Merlin competes with the big three labels, reaching $1B in payments, 12% of digital market.
Wednesday, Aug. 30 —
Tour Business: How to choose what songs to play on tour.
Thursday, Aug. 31 —
Women in Audio: Live Sound Camp for Girls and other insights and methods for getting women into pro audio.
The Toilet Paper Principle: A look at old technologies that are simple yet change everything, and what’s next.
Friday, Sept. 1 —
Neuroscience: Translational brain mapping guides surgeons, allowing music teacher to continue profession after tumor.