Creative content makers and publishers – that’s one of MW:M19’s focus topics. Until the convention starts in a few days on November 6, we would like to recommend another one of our speakers to you. Next up is Tim Exile.
“Good music comes out of people playing together,” Keith Richards once said. In fact, in a world, both more connected and yet more separate than ever, MW:M19 explores how the magic of collaboration happens today. Our program is full of speakers talking about innovative apps, social tech, AI and big data. It’s a lot though, so we are here for you helping you to not miss out on these fascinating topics and speakers!
Tim Exile and Endlesss
It’s safe to say that Tim Exile doesn’t want to live in a world of joyless perfection. Especially when it comes to music-making, he wants to get back to enjoying the process instead of clinging to robot-like, all perfect productions that end in polished tracks. Therefore, Tim Exile – musician, intrapreneur, TED speaker, thought-leader and entrepreneur – launched an app that is as modern as he is. Endlesss is an app that allows quick, instinctive and collaborative music-making.
Endlesss was brought together in 2017 by Tim with the help of his friends and family’s investments. In the same way, collaborations with experts from the music and tech industry made his project grow. Additionally, Will Mills and Imogen Heap joined in as investors. You see: It’s an on-going process and Endlesss is working to create a fun, spontaneous, collaborative music-making tool. The best route to creative success is to enjoy the process – and that brings Exile’s vision to full circle.
Multidisciplinary Music-Making at MW:M19
On his panel “Music and the Doing revolution”, he will map out how these revolutions came about and how Endlesss is bringing this evolution to music. Don’t miss his talk on November 7 at 2:00 pm at LOFT. At MW:M19, there are more panels, talks and workshops on new (live) music experiences to discover – even an immersive piano show! Check out our program, filter by track and sort out “new musical experiences”. See you there!