WHERE TO WATCH
Vydia Embraces Artists Choosing Indie Distribution
January 2, 2020
Roy LaManna, CEO and co-founder of Vydia, recaps distributing a Kanye West album in just 24 hours, and why more artists are choosing indie.
Cheddar Explores How Communities Can Come Together to End Racism
Oct 20, 2017
Helping Content Creators Navigate Online Distribution
The internet has made it incredibly easy for up-and-coming musicians, and established stars, to reach large audiences inexpensively. However, with so many platforms cropping up, the distribution process has become increasingly complex. Vydia is a tech start-up that helps musicians navigate the fragmented online content distribution framework. They work with over 170,000 artists to ensure that they maximize the money they make from their online content. In addition to making money, Vydia helps artists better understand the legal rights they have to their digital content.
May 29, 2020
The Rise And Fall Of Autotune
Autotune was a staple in pop hits throughout the 2000s. T-Pain, Nelly, Daft Punk, and almost every major pop artist embraced the technology. But most of these famous tunes were actually using Autotune incorrectly. So who started this trend and how did something so despised become so popular?
May 26, 2020
Music Festivals Face Challenge Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
With large crowds not recommended (or downright illegal) to prevent further COVID-19 outbreaks, the future of music festivals hangs in the balance. Cheddar's J.D. Durkin talks favorite festival moments and the obstacles organizers face for future shows.