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It’s been over a year since Netflix first ventured into video games. Starting with a stream of mobile titles based on its hit TV shows like “Stranger Things” or “The Queen’s Gambit,” the streaming colossus hoped that it could extend the life of its most popular properties while also making some extra cash by capitalizing on the record-breaking gaming sales earlier in the pandemic.

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Dmitri Vietze launched the first Music Tectonics in 2019 to explore how web3, NFTs and the metaverse are shifting the music landscape.

“I realized there was nothing like this that was focused on music tech or music innovation on the West Coast or in the L.A. area,” Vietze told dot.LA.

On Wednesday, the 4th annual Music Tectonics conference kicked off at the Loews hotel in Santa Monica. Guests included TikTok’s Head of Music Corey Sheridan, YouTube’s Head of Music Sanjay Amin, SoundCloud’s Global Vice President of Marketing Manny Toro and Sony Ventures’ Managing Director Joseph Tou.

Here are some of the most important takeaways:

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