The Top 100 Must-Follow Music Resources on Twitter, Pt. 1: The Tech Wizards

Here’s the big idea: The Top 100 Must-Follow Music Resources on Twitter!

But that’d be a lot to digest at once, right? So we’re going to break our big list of Twitter recommendations into bite-sized bits– 10 at a time in each of 10 categories.

To kick things off, here are the top 10 Twitter accounts you should follow if you want to stay up-to-date on all things music technology-related.

1. @haynes_dave

Dave Haynes is the VP of Business Development at Soundcloud. He is the organizer of the OpenMusicMedia and Music Hack Day events that take place across the world.

2. @katiesw1

Katie Wardrobe is music technology trainer, educator, Mac user, copyist, arranger, a cappella singer.

3. @sarahintampa

Sarah Perez is former staff writer at ReadWriteWeb. She is currently a blogger at TechCrunch.

4. @future_of_music

The Future of Music Coalition sponsors education, research, and advocacy for musicians.

5. @JoshConstine

Josh Constine has a M.A. in Cybersociology, is a “culture omnivore,” and also writes for TechCrunch.

6. @SFMusicTech

The San Francisco Music Tech Summit (or SFMusicTech)  brings together visionaries in the music/technology space, along with the best and brightest developers, entrepreneurs, investors, service providers, journalists.

7. @hostbaby

HostBaby (our lovely sister company) offers website creation and hosting for musicians, artists, authors, studios, and more.

8.  @listeningpost

Eliot Van Buskirk is the editor of and writes about digital music trends.

9.  @tatiana

Tatiana Grace Simonian is the head of music partnerships for Twitter. She owns a Korg Triton and loves Star Wars. Enough said.

10.  @jackconte

Jack Conte is a musician and tech enthusiast. He is also one half of the Youtube sensation Pamplemoose.

The Twitterverse is hundreds of millions of people strong, so we may’ve missed a few good names. If so, let us know in the comments section below. And stay tuned in the coming weeks for more Twitter recommendations!

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