TEM160: Music vs. the music business and the seismic shift coming in the industry - A conversation with Matt Oestreicher
Matt Oestreicher is a multi-instrumentalist who is one of the top performers, composers and arrangers in New York City.
What You'll Learn:
- How 2018 is such an empowering time for artists
- Why Matt doing so many musical things so well is actually a marketing challenge for him
- Why how we deal with the human error that occurs in live music applies to being an entrepreneur
- How the people not on the very front of the stage are frequently the best people to reach out to when trying to build your network
- Intentional networking and why that's not just waiting to run into people
- The value of having the audacity to think that you might make it big
- The fantasies about the music business you have to cut through in order to succeed
- The difference between music and the music business
- The proper balance of short-term strategies and long-term strategies and how the proportion of the two should change according to your age and where you are in life
- Why he decided to release his first album of songs after he turned 40
- How the barriers to creation and distribution being drastically lowered means that much more competition
- The seismic shift that the music business has recently experienced and why there is another one coming
- What it's like working with the likes of Stevie Wonder, Snoop Dogg, Anita Baker and Weird Al Yankovic
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And finally, a huge thank you to Parker Mouthpieces for providing the hosting for TEM.
Produced by Drake Domingue
Executive Producer is Andrew Hitz
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