Key Content Tracks
2022 Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) Presents
We are proud to partner with the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) to host its seventh annual series, “Everything You Need to Know About Music Policy in One Hour” on Wednesday, October 12, an important “state of the business” analysis featuring key industry leaders plus additional panel programming with industry and artist innovators. Join leaders from Capitol Hill for this important presentation.
Welcome & Introduction: Mitch Glazier, Chairman & CEO, RIAA
• Josh Friedlander, SVP, Research and Economics, RIAA
• Tyler Grimm, Minority Chief Counsel for Policy and Strategy, US House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary
• Ellen McLaren, Senior Legislative Advisor for the Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the US Patent and Trademark Office
• Jamie Simpson, Majority Counsel, US House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Courts, the Internet, and Intellectual Property
• Brad Watts, Minority Chief Counsel and Staff Director, United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Intellectual Property
• Suzanne “Suzy” Wilson, General Counsel and Associate Register of Copyrights, US Copyright Office
Future of Music Creation & Production
The Future of Music Production track returns with a suite of panels analyzing how the broad impact of technology is dramatically changing the music creation and distribution process, from how creators make and monetize their works to how listeners experience music and engage with their favorite artists. The track is curated by Daniel Rowland, Head of Partnerships & Strategy for LANDR.
The Reinvention of Remote Collaboration
The tumultuous events of the Pandemic era have necessitated a re-evaluation of real-time and asynchronous collaboration solutions. Songwriting and music production present a unique challenge here, both technically and with regard to UX. Get the latest from leaders on the cutting edge of collab.
Intelligent Creator Tools: Friend or Foe?
AI powered tools are inspiring a whole new generation of creators, lowering both financial and knowledge barriers to music making. For that same reason these tools are also controversial, as they disrupt the traditional process of creation and collaboration, along with raising potential IP concerns. Hear from companies building the future of intelligent creator tools.
Adaptive Music: Reimagining Our Role As Listeners
Is music in a fixed form a thing of the past? Imagine music that adapts dynamically to our mood and surroundings, whether in real world or digital environments. With their recent acquisitions, companies like Apple see a future here. Join this panel of experts as they discuss the state of adaptive music.
Immersive Audio: It’s Everywhere!
Stereo’s reign as the audio dominant format could be on shaky ground. With the proliferation of immersive creator tools and improvements in consumer technology, formats like Dolby Atmos and Sony 360RA are taking off. Hear from the immersive experts.
Metaverse, Music & NFTs
Pioneering digital tech and music/entertainment innovator Ty Roberts, Co-founder/CEO FanTracks Digital LLC, curates “Metaverse, Music & NFTs,” a multi-panel seminar delving into how the ever-evolving Metaverse, Web3 and NFT landscape is impacting the music business and related creative, tech, finance and legal sectors, creating unprecedented opportunities for all. You’ll join industry leaders addressing the commercial opportunities and challenges across these important topics:
What the Monetization Model for Music in the Metaverse?
NFT Marketing – Building Your NFT Community and Getting Noticed: Ticketing, Gaming & More How Defi is Changing the Exploding Landscape for Creative Projects
What’s Next in Crypto Collectibles?
NFT Platforms & Exchanges
NFT Music Rights
Pro Bono Sessions for Independent Artists
Mondo and RAP at Harvard Law School will host Pro Bono Sessions during Mondo for its fourth consecutive year. RAP is a student practice organization serving the music community by offering pro bono legal services to local and national musicians.
Seventh Annual Mondo CLE Music & Tech Law Symposium
The Mondo Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Music & Tech Law Symposium, Powered by Michelman & Robinson LLP and Covington & Burling LLP and sponsored by Manatt, Phelps & Phillips LLP, TIDAL and Recording Artists Project (“RAP”) at Harvard Law School, returns for its seventh year to host an all-day entertainment law seminar on addressing some of the biggest legal developments affecting the music industry, including recent court decisions upending fundamental issues, the re-imagining of key policy matters and how multiple aspects of the industry have been affected by – and forced to adapt to – a post-COVID world.
We’re proud to welcome our 2022 Steering Committee: Michael Poster, Chair, Michelman & Robinson, LLP; Adrian J. Perry, Covington & Burling LLP; Monika A. Tashman, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP; Phil Hill, Covington & Burling LLP; Hector Baldonado, The Baldonado Group, P.C.; Rebecca Sergay, TIDAL; Jennifer Newman Sharpe; and Andrew Choi, RAP @ Harvard Law School.
The NYC Guild of Music Supervisors Education Event & Film Festival
The NYC Guild of Music Supervisors Education Event & Film Festival returns for its fifth year as top music supervisors and industry executives in the fields of advertising, film, TV, video games and trailers give attendees a unique opportunity to meet, network and learn from some of the leading names in the business.