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The Future of Listening: Tech and Music

Join us for a panel as we explore the intersection of technology with the music industry in a race to the future of musical entertainment. We’ll be featuring speakers from the music industry who have mastered the art of using different facets of technology to deliver an exciting and unique experience of music en masse.

date
Thursday, October 3, 2019
time
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (Central Standard Time)
venue
2112
location
4245 North Knox Avenue, Chicago, IL, USA Get Directions
tags
Music Business


Everyday, we enjoy innovation in music through personalized playlists, streaming and live videos accessible at the tap of a screen.

Join us for a panel as we explore the intersection of technology with the music industry in a race to the future of musical entertainment. We’ll be featuring speakers from the music industry who have mastered the art of using different facets of technology to deliver an exciting and unique experience of music en masse.

We'll learn more about:


    • The science behind data-driven music services
    • The challenge posed by tech to the traditional music industry
    • How tech is empowering artists as well as listeners
    • Where tech is taking the future of music

About the Instructor

Aaron Enequist-Leiker Photo

Director of Product Management & Design,
Reverb

Aaron is Director of Product Management and Design at Reverb, a leading online marketplace for buying and selling new, used, and vintage musical instruments. In his position, Aaron leads strategy, design, and development of the marketplace’s products, tools, and services. Among other initiatives, Aaron managed the product design and development of Reverb Sites, a free tool that enables sellers to create their own website—synced with their Reverb shop—in a matter of minutes.

Prior to joining Reverb, Aaron was Director of Operations Program Management at Grubhub. While at Grubhub, he lead product design for the launch of Grubhub Delivery in Chicago and New York and managed strategic initiatives as Grubhub Delivery grew to more than 20 markets during its first year.

Aaron received his master’s degree in Product Design and Development Management from Northwestern University and his bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing from Loyola University. He plays the guitar and piano, and enjoys singing and recording music in his studio basement, but has had less time to do so since becoming a father.

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