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MUSIC E-Learning evolution, latest techniques, and ultimate systems and methods

Under the very renown word “E-learning” we can find several millions of articles, videos, blogs, vlogs, and many more modalities through which people communicate their knowledge to others. And the same happens for music e-learning in particular.  It’s a very logical consequence of the native attitude that people have to share. Continue reading E-LEARNING EVOLUTION – ULTIMATE METHODS

How algorithms determine your social media life

The power and weakness of algorithms and how it determines your social media life

by Irma de Jong

Yes, we are all active on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and maybe Twitter. We have learned by now that social media tools are useful for our daily networking life. In our conversations, we talk about the social media the same way as we used to talk about an interesting person we saw on the late night show the evening before. Let’s dive a little more now into the algorithms. Continue reading How algorithms determine your social media life

Facebook – Curse or Blessing?

Is there a Life without Facebook?

This week Mark Zuckerberg defends himself in front of the American Congress, against accusations of political manipulation, the data leak to Cambridge Analytica and other (privacy) concerns. What is going on exactly? Can we still consider Facebook as a blessing for our (social) life or is it becoming a curse? What are the consequences for you, as an artist? We set out the facts.  Continue reading Facebook – Curse or Blessing?

How to become a Cultural Entrepreneur

How to combine Music and Business and become a Cultural Entrepreneur?

You’re a professional musician, you have all the necessary diplomas and now you’re ready to hit the stage. You’re all set up for a successful music career. But what if you cannot find concerts? What do you have to do in order to be successful in a music career? In other words, how to become a successful cultural entrepreneur? Continue reading How to become a Cultural Entrepreneur