SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 2, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The SF MusicTech Summit at the Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco on Monday, December 6, 2010 will bring together around 800 influential thought leaders at the convergence of music and technology, in a conducive to doing business environment. The SF MusicTech Summit features over 75 prominent speakers, including:
Facebook (Meredith Chen), Zazzle (Jeff Beaver), Indaba Music (Chris Danzig), Superfly (Rick Farman), Meyer Sound (John Meyer), Nokia (Adam Mirabella), Topspin Media (Ian Rogers), Payvment (Chris Taylor), SoundExchange (Bryan Calhoun), LyricFind (Darryl Ballantyne), musicians such as Raul Malo, Evan Lowenstein, Mat Kearney, Del The Funky Homosapien, and many more fabulous folks.
The SF MusicTech Summit agenda features jam-packed sessions, new technology demos, panel discussions, an elevator pitch workshop, and great schmoozing, followed by a cocktail party featuring the legendary London DJ Mr. C. Agenda topics include: "Engaging Your Community," "Music in Film, Television & Commercials," "Live Electronic Musicianship," "Handheld & Wireless Strategy," "iPad & iPod Instruments," and many more.
"The SF MusicTech Summit, created in the city that leads the world in innovation and new technologies, is a forum for visionaries to connect, share, discuss, announce exciting new products, and do business," says Brian Zisk, Executive Producer. "Countless pioneering companies and investors flock to the music technology space, as the advent of new technologies offers enormous potential and strong opportunity for growth."
Event Sponsors: High Resolution Technologies, Sonos, Payvment, LyricFind, Winamp for Android, Rovi, Vocoo, Sonicbids, Gracenote, Headliner.fm, Berklee College of Music, MusiXmatch, Sound Trends, BAMM.tv, Bandzoogle, TuneUp Media, The Orchard, Ticketfly, Thrillcall, Songkick, The Recording Academy San Francisco Chapter, Blip.fm, Sonic.net, Eventbrite, StageIt, The Future of Music Coalition, Collecta, ABB Records. Media Partners: Billboard Mobile Entertainment Live, Digital Music News, Mashable, ReadWriteWeb, New Music Tipsheet, and Fusicology.
SOURCE SF MusicTech Summit