오랜만에 포스팅하네요. 그 동안 잘 지내셨나요? 🙂
이제 곧 학교에서의 새로운 해입니다. 버클리는 8월 24일부터 국제학생들을 위한 오리엔테이션으로 가을학기를 시작하는데요. 이미 많은 신입생들이 보스턴에 도착했을 거란 생각이 드네요. 저에게는 버클리에서 보내는 마지막 해가 될 2016-2017 설레임 반 아쉬움 반으로 시작합니다!
이번학기도 버클리 한국어 블로그 많이 읽어주세요!
I have one week left. The nostalgia is already kicking in. Here’s one last post!
Although I did something literally every single day, all summer, I still know there is so much more to do in Los Angeles. Here, I felt like a tiny fish in a massive ocean, with endless opportunities and experiences to discover. I’m truly looking forward to my future career, and my experiences here have affirmed my hope that I will be successful in following my dreams.
Recently, BerkleeICE completed a summer lab that tried to help foster the creation of a new service/project/business that will be beneficial to creating an open source for the identification of music rights.
The summer lab was under the banner of the Open Music Initiative— a leading group of people from creators, to technologists, to entrepreneurs, and music industry experts that are driven and devoted to promoting the development of open source standards in the music industry.
IDEO, A global design company that helps public and private companies with their innovation and growth, guided the technical platform for the project. For the last few months, OMI hosted gatherings and labs. Some of the launch gatherings include one on June 22 in New York City with all OMI participants. One of the events included a three-week innovation lab in Boston, run by BerkleeICE with guidance from IDEO, which involved choosing participates from current students and recent graduates create models and explore the project deeper.
I feel like I wrote my last blog post yesterday. How is this happening?!
These two weeks at Tunecore, I’ve been doing a couple different things. Part of the day, I spend listening to the new music submitted by artists who have signed up for publishing with Tunecore. That’s where I do what I explained last time. I listen to the music and figure out what is viable or not. It’s getting easier to tell what can be used. It still doesn’t feel great looking at music from such an objective standpoint, but at the same time, it’s the industry we’re in, and I’m happy I’m seeing this end of it to take back and understand from a different perspective.
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