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1207, 2019

The Business of Music

By |July 12th, 2019|Categories: Podcast|

Artists of the Industry (AOFTHEI) Music Publishing is becoming a big focus of this Chicago and Los Angeles based interactive content marketing company. The agency continues to create its own momentum through organic growth in the Virtual, Augmented Reality and immersive technology industry within the hospitality, meetings and live event sectors, where the company was rooted before AOFTHEI was launched just over 2 years ago. The company also has deep roots in the music business going back many years and has always planned to launch a music platform, adding [...]

107, 2019

Building A Team Across Generations To Build The Future Of Immersive Digital Creative Communication For Global Brands

By |July 1st, 2019|Categories: Podcast|

In this episode, we explain where we have been over this past year as the AOFTHEI team and business has grown, putting the podcast on a temporary hold. We are back with a behind the scene look at what we have been up to, with an in depth discussion about the generation gap, the AOFTHEI team personal relationships, and the future of the VR and AR business being pioneered by Artists of the Industry. What does it take to build a team? What can each generation learn from the [...]

2612, 2017

Music As A Supporting Role with Justin James

By |December 26th, 2017|Categories: Podcast|

Necessity is the mother of Invention. At Artists of the Industry, we invented the musical composition “85 West” for one of our VIP partners, Marriott Hotels. The challenge, to highlight the hotel, area attractions and story through imagery and a voice over talent within 2 minutes. It was necessary to create a sound bed that felt modern and accentuated the feel of Lower Manhattan and the surrounding area with the hotel as it’s home base. The piece was not about the music, it was about the message. Simplicity was [...]

2711, 2017

Grammy Award Winning James Auwarter

By |November 27th, 2017|Categories: Podcast|

On this episode of the Artists of the Industry Podcast we have a conversation with Grammy Award Winning Recording Engineer and Chicago area Recording Studio Owner, James Auwarter. What do 31 Grammy nominations, educating young people about the music business, work ethic, being self-aware, and the importance of people skills have in common? The foundation above has allowed our next AOFTHEI Podcast guest the privilege of working with some of the most notable artists in the music industry like Kanye West, Yo-Yo Ma, Kirk Franklin, Kurt Elling, Bob Mintzer, [...]

911, 2017

Healing through Music Therapy with Lindsay Rossmiller

By |November 9th, 2017|Categories: Podcast|

In this episode we have a conversation with Music Therapist, Lindsay Rossmiller. Together we discuss the alternative healing therapy of music and how professional Music Therapist, Lindsay Rossmiller achieves amazing results in assisting young people with traumatic life experiences and special needs to navigate, find their voice and find a new way of finding healthy solutions for emotional and developmental challenges. Music therapists primarily help clients improve their health in several domains, such as cognitive functioning, motor skills, emotional development, social skills, and quality of life by using both [...]

2209, 2017

Entrepreneurial Success through Loyalty and the love of Business With Jim Carlson

By |September 22nd, 2017|Categories: Podcast|

Jim Carlson is the former President and CEO of American Audio Visual Center, Inc., a Scottsdale Arizona based audio visual company that specialized in rental of av equipment and multimedia production at hotels and convention centers. Starting his own business in 1993, spotlighted in Inc. 500 Magazine’s list of fastest growing privately held companies and eventually growing annual revenue to over $125 million dollars and selling the business to the largest audio visual service provider in the industry. His company coined and trademarked tagline “The Extreme Customer Service Company” [...]