#157 – A New and Innovative Way of Looking at Providing a Soundtrack for the Internet


Music is intellectual property, but when the music industry and the tech industry have tried to come together in the past, there have been legacy issues. History has dictated what you, as the content creator, have at your disposal to get it out there to the masses. A New and Innovative way of looking.

Oscar Höglund, Co-founder and CEO of Epidemic Sound, a MusicTech company that’s paving the way for creators to use music to take their videos to the next level while simultaneously supporting musicians both financially and creatively, chats with us regarding how there are other options out there, beyond relying on the traditional method of getting your music played, and most importantly, how to capitalize off of it in the process. A New and Innovative way of looking at Providing a Soundtrack

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The music provided for this episode is from:

  • Artist: Hemp and Denim
  • Single: House of Love
  • Album: House of Love
  • Composer: Hemp Meadows / BMI
  • Website: www.hempmeadows.com