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Welcome to MIReS!

  • May 2012



    Supported by Singapore Tourism Board and Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA), Music Matters is the pioneer music industry event in the Asia Pacific region and is a gathering of key players in the global music industry, it is the annual meeting place of the entire value chain of the music business, from artists and mangers to record labels, promoters and music publishers.

    In the past seven years, Music Matters has developed an excellent reputation in the market for delivering high quality agendas and facilitating unparalleled networking opportunities.

    The programme will cover the music industry's most pertinent issues covering topics such as the role of brand sponsors, the rise in Asian music festivals, developments in music publishing, launching digital services and detail country focused sessions including China, India, Japan and Korea and many more topics. 

    Music Matters has hosted some of the biggest names in the entertainment business such as leading rock band U2's Manager, Paul McGuinness, Producer, Steve Lillywhite, President of Sony Network Entertainment's Tim Schaff, Spotify CEO and visionary Daniel Ek and music A-listers and Grammy Award winning artists such as Jason Mraz, Imogen Heap and Jamie Cullum.

    More info on: Music Matters web

About MIReS

MIReS was an EU FP7-funded 18-month project focusing on the future impact of music technology research on academia and industry. The project created a Roadmap for Music Information ReSearch, by expanding the context of the field of Music Information Retrieval and addressing challenges such as multimodal information, multiculturalism and multidisciplinarity.
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