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[Video] Musicians And Entrepreneurs, By Derek Sivers


From James Woo, soft.com.sg

Here’s a video of a presentation given during MusicCamp SG earlier this year by serial (music) entrepreneur Derek Sivers entitled “Musicians and Entrepreneurs”, held at The Pigeonhole Cafe (editor: which we happened to have featured before). Best known for founding CD Baby, Sivers – who spoke before at TED – shares his experiences as a musician and music entrepreneur:

soft.com.sg is a website dedicated to the local music industry in Singapore. It provides a platform for musicians, music lovers, educators, dealers and event organizers to come together and share their knowledge with fellow users.



  1. Musicians pretty much have to be entrepreneurs too. It’s the only hope they have of making a life out of their craft without having someone else’s thumb on their neck stiffing their potential for creative expression. 

    • Yes they have to, although I’d have to say not all are. A musician can only be an entrepreneur if he/she applies himself/herself beyond creation of music and into distribution and promotion as well.

      Otherwise they’d just be a craftsman…

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    Excellent Music Share App for 2011

    Check it out at: http://www.PairShare.com

    San Francisco, CA, 18 May 2011 – PairShare, LLC formally announced today,
    just weeks in advance, of the 2011 Apple World Wide Developers Conference, the
    release of its iTunes application that allows users
    to select music on their iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch and stream it live with
    another iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch using Bluetooth.

    is Aware of Your Music-Sharing Despair.” 
    said Bill Myers, of the iPhone App Review who gave this app a 5 star rating.
    “Additionally, the new Remote Control feature allows you to fast forward,
    rewind or directly select new tracks from the ShareList. These added updates
    make an already excellent app even more droolworthy.”  Myers said.  

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