Heathers at Soundwave

Offline – The best way to connect with your online community

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For the past four weeks, my work day at Soundwave has consisted of phone calls and emails to music management, bands and photographers. We had decided to host our first ever live music event with our office as the venue! We teamed up with Sofar Sounds — a brilliant group of people who’s mission is to bring the magic back to live music. They organise pop-up gigs in obscure places and for one event only, I joined the team to organise the biggest Sofar Sounds gig in Dublin yet! Let’s put this into perspective. Soundwave is a […]

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How many pieces of software does it take to run a tech start-up? (SPOILER ALERT: THE ANSWER IS 64!)

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Written by Aidan Sliney Founder and CTO of Soundwave When embarking on the long and winding journey of turning your great idea into a fully fledged company, you are going to come across countless challenges and tasks that need completing. Some of these tasks will fall within your skill-set, others you will need to adapt to. As we tell every new member of staff at Soundwave: You will wear many hats! Some people love this, others not so much (only two of us actually wear hats). Thankfully the day of tackling everything with Excel, Word […]

Live music, pizza and a bath full of Tiger Beer – Just another community event at Soundwave!

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It’s safe to say we’re getting pretty creative in our efforts to gather feedback and connect with the Soundwave community. This week we held a rather unusual (but super fun!) event with Tune Drop! Tune Drop is an Irish group on Facebook with over 5,000 music enthusiasts as it’s members! We heard about the group through the grapevine after hours of interviewing local people about where they find and share new music, Tune Drop was mentioned over and over. Encouraged by curiosity, we requested to join the group and soon discovered a whole new underground world […]