Difference between revisions of "Audio Subgroup"
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<b>Subgroups</b>: [[Art Subgroup|Art]], [[Coaching Subgroup|Coaching]], [[Education Subgroup|Education]], [[Energy Subgroup|Energy]], [[Fashion Subgroup|Fashion]], [[Film Subgroup|Film]], [[Food Subgroup|Food]], [[Gaming Subgroup|Gaming]], [[Health Subgroup|Health]], [[Music Subgroup|Music]], [[Nonprofit Subgroup|Nonprofit]], [[Publishing Subgroup|Publishing]], [[Software Subgroup|Software]], [[Sports Subgroup|Sports]]
Revision as of 10:45, 11 May 2006
1. Educate musicians about the "bootstrap" path available to them which does not involve getting a record deal, but rather taking charge of our own destinies, much the way Ani di Franco and other very successful bootstrap musicians have done. This is analogous in the world of tech, to not seeking venture funding for tech companies.
2. Gather the Austin music community together to help each other, solve problems and provide resources, in the same way that members of Bootstrap Austin do.
3. Bring together the music community through an ongoing live event where we create jam sessions which could turn into new and interesting music genres, bands and other collaborations. Austin is a perfect place to bring about new genres with the diversity of musical talent we have here.
4. Facilitate cross-pollination among the music, tech, film and other subgroups that we've created at Bootstrap.