Universal Music Studio
Students Patrik Beskow and Frida Siversen Ljung created an idea around an online music platform that brings together talented people from all over the world to collaborate.
Finally! A music platform for those who don't have enough friends to form a band.
We're impressed with this creative idea from Patrick Beskow and Frida Siversen Ljung of Berghs School of Communication. An online platform that allows Universal Music to go back to providing people with the most interesting music.
A few logistics would need to be worked out but we like the idea of people with different skills, from all over the world, coming together to create a new record. And the video case study has been immaculately executed.
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