Alicia Rius and Arnau Bosch of SoundStorming believe that online collaboration apps will feed the next iteration of the music industry.
This is the second in a multi-part series that covers the online music collaboration space. My guests this week, Alicia Rius and Arnau Bosch of SoundStorming, believe that online collaboration apps will feed the next iteration of the music industry and allow a new breed of fans to become part of the creative process. With fan engagement opportunities growing, online collaboration apps have the potential to help us re-imagine music discovery.
Alicia was featured in episode 153 of the podcast where we discussed the inception of SoundStorming. Her partner Arnau is a music creator and together they’re both passionate about what the SoundStorming team is building.
In this discussion we talk about who’s using their service, interesting trends on online collaboration, changes driven by the Covid crisis of 2020, the future of online collaboration and more.
“The music industry has turned into an always-on industry. It doesn’t really allow artists to go off for five months, working on their thing, come back and expect the audience [will] be waiting for the new hit. It actually demands a constant communication. We are not really talking about passive listeners. We’re talking about listeners who really want to get in on the process… not just listening and liking and commenting.”
–Arnau Bosch, SoundStorming
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