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MusicTech Capital Berlin

Articles and interviews on MusicTech in Berlin

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The most important music business event in Berlin


Launched in 2014, MOST WANTED:MUSIC (MW:M) has become the most important music business event in Berlin and the second largest conference for music and creative professionals in Germany.  

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Epicenter of Electronic Music


Berlin is the epicenter of electronic music in Europe. Here you will not only find the famous clubs and the musicians - here you will also find nerds, technology enthusiasts and manufacturers of synthesizers & co. And here the worldwide community meets once a year at the Superbooth.

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Musical experiences in virtual worlds


Concepts and technologies in the field of augmented, virtual and mixed reality (AR/VR/MR  for short) open up new possibilities of expression for musicians. With the help of Berlin technology companies and creative studios, virtual worlds are being created that enable unprecedented audiovisual experiences.

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The Berlin club scene - sustainable and innovative


Dancing and partying are part of the Berlin lifestyle and make the city attractive to people from all over the world. Sustainability and a spirit of innovation are also part of the city’s values. The fact that the two go well together is shown by projects that are being promoted by various players in the club scene.

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MusicTech Blogpost - review 2020


2020 has been a rough year: distancing rules instead of drinks with friends, home office instead of house parties. And still, Berlin’s cultural community is fighting with all its strength and creativity for the cultural and musical life of the city to continue - with innovative initiatives.

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#Berlinproduziert im Beat der Innovation


The sound of Berlin industry: DJ Sam Shure has captured and orchestrated it in a music video for be Berlin.

The project #Berlinproduziert im Beat der Innovation was an exciting experience not only for the Berlin industrial companies involved, but also for Sam Shure.

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Interview with Voicd.FM founder Stefan Zilch


“Imagine, John Lennon would’ve had a podcast…”
The Berlin-based company Vo!cd.FM is the first ever podcast network, that is specializing in contemporary pop culture. We talked to founder Stefan Zilch about Berlin's podcast scene.

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United we stand!


Berlin’s MusicTech-industry in times of the Corona crisis
The outbreak of the coronavirus changed our lives fundamentally within a few weeks. But Berlin would not be Berlin if the city's cultural and founder scene did not face the new situation with creativity and ingenuity.

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A music tech pioneer from Berlin


Ableton - small but exciting
Often labelled a home to creatives, artists, as well as the spirit of freedom and curiosity, it doesn’t come as a surprise that Berlins diverse and exciting electronic music scene has developed its very own, unique character. ...

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Classical music streaming made in Berlin


Interview with music tech startup IDAGIO
Berlin-based music streaming service Idagio has been turning heads for offering a new way of curating and consuming classical music in a post-CD world. ...

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Events and associations for Berlin music tech


Over the past three decades Berlin has developed into a major European hub for both, music and technology. Berlin based and globally recognized flagships like Ableton, Soundcloud and Native Instruments have shaped the music tech industry for years ...

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Why music tech startups choose Berlin


Berlin’s liberal way of life is probably one of the reasons why talents from all over the world settle in the German capital. We talked to three innovative Berlin-based music tech companies and asked why they chose Berlin as their business location. ...

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MusicTech capital Berlin - City with a beat


The fall of the Berlin Wall on November 9, 1989 not only reunited two long-separated countries, it also shifted Berlin’s narrative from the divided city to the city of freedom. In the 1990s, the city’s unique circumstances turned out to be fertile ground for a young electronic music scene. ...

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