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Music Industry, Academia and the Public

Boehm, C (2016) Music Industry, Academia and the Public. In: Proceedings of the 42nd International Computer Music Conference 12-16 September. HKU University of the Arts, Netherlands, pp. 90-97. ISBN 978-0-9845274-5-8

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Abstract

What kind of partnerships are best placed to drive innovations in the music sector? Considering the con-tinual appetite for new products and services within our knowledge economy, how can we ensure that the most novel and significant research can be applied in and exploited for the market? How can we ensure that the whole music sector, including the not-for-profit sector, benefits and is engaged in new knowledge production? This paper represents an exploration of a partnership model – the triple and quadruple helix – that is specifically designed to drive innovation. Ap-plying this to the music technology sector, the presen-tation will provide aspects of case examples relevant for driving innovations in music technology, the crea-tive sector and digital innovations. It will cover both the for-profit sector and social enterprise, and em-phasize the importance of partnerships and communi-ty for maximizing sustainability when devising re-search and development projects using helix system models.

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