Traditional training of musical artists has focused on the technical skills required for creation and performance of music. However, the information technology age has fundamentally changed the music industry. The writing, recording, selling and live performance of music takes place in an increasingly global market. European artists are thus competing with artists from around the world and their success depends on their technical and commercial skills as much as their artistic talent and skill.
Over the last decades, institutions with archival holding have invested important resources to offer access to digitized items. These “digital treasures” are thus incorporated as primary sources to free access portals, but they do not have a transformation process nor generate economic returns.
HERIT-DATA Interreg MED project aims to reduce the impact of tourism activities on cultural heritage, by taking advantage of technology and data exploitation.
The main objective of this Interreg Atlantic Area project is to improve cooperation between public, private and research actors to foster innovation, capacity building to upgrade innovation skills and knowledge, in this case, in the key subsector of the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs), and in particular its SMEs.