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Digital Production Buzz – June 15, 2017

Tonight, The Buzz discusses collaboration. What is it and how does it work? We look at new technology enabling collaboration for both video editors and musicians, along with a discussion of what prevents collaboration from working more smoothly.

Join host Larry Jordan as he talks with Tony Cariddi, Rollo Wenlock, Jennifer Jesperson, Rory O’Farrell, Sam Mestman, and James DeRuvo.

  • Musical Collaboration Using ProTools
  • Collaboration Tools For Video Editors
  • Wipster: Collaboration, Review & Approval for Teams
  • Music Rights Tools for Producers and Editors
  • Melosity – Online Collaboration for Musicians
  • The Weekly DoddleNEWS Update

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Guests this Week

Musical Collaboration Using ProTools

Tony Cariddi

Tony Cariddi, Product and Solutions Marketing Director, Avid

Tony Cariddi, Product and Solutions Marketing Director for Avid, talks about the new collaboration features in Pro Tools 12.8 and how musicians are now using them to create music with artists around the world.

Collaboration Tools For Video Editors

Sam Mestman

Sam Mestman, CEO, Lumaforge

Collaboration works best when the technology disappears and you are able to focus on creatively telling your story. That’s where LumaForge can help. Tonight, we talk with Sam Mestman, CEO of LumaForge, about how they enable collaboration for video editors and the teams that support them.

Wipster: Collaboration, Review & Approval for Teams

Rollo Wenlock

Rollo Wenlock, CEO, Founder, Wipster

Wipster provides collaboration, review and approval tools for video and filmmakers around the world. Tonight, Rollo Wenlock, CEO and founder, explains what Wipster is and how it is being used. Additionally, he shares his thoughts on creative teams and collaboration trends for the future.

Music Rights Tools for Producers and Editors

Jennifer Jesperson

Jennifer Jesperson, Relationship Manager, Qwire Music

Qwire is an indispensable real-time collaboration tool for composers, producers, music editors and rights managers. Tonight, Jennifer Jesperson, Relationship Manager with Qwire Music, explains what Qwire is, how it works, and how it simplifies clearing music for your next project.

Melosity – Online Collaboration for Musicians

Rory O'Farrell

Rory O’Farrell, Founder, Melosity

Rory O’Farrell founded Melosity to enable musicians to collaborate online in real-time to create their music with minimal technical hassles. Tonight, Rory describes how their newly-released platform works and his plans for the future.

The Weekly DoddleNEWS Update

James DeRuvo

James DeRuvo, Film and Technology Reporter, DoddleNEWS

James DeRuvo, Senior Writer at DoddleNEWS, has a multi-faceted career that spans radio, film and publishing. Covering technology in the video industry for nearly 20 years, James presents our weekly DoddleNEWS Update.

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