Corey Brown started out on the “traditional” music school path.
Starting out at the University of North Texas, Corey left and became a graphic designer. He began developing on the web in the early 1990s.
Fast forward a few years, and he created Squidoo with bestselling author Seth Godin. Squidoo became one of the most-visited websites ever with over 85 million monthly visits.
Corey fused his passion for the bass with his passion for the web in unexpected and impactful ways.
First, he created and ran the official Jaco Pastorius web site, working on it from 2002 to 2007 and again in 2014.
Next, worked on the Portrait of Jaco… the Early Years box set. He designined and produced the packaging for the release in 2003.
But Corey wasn’t done with innovating for the bass.
In 2008, he founded no treble, which turned into the most popular online bass magazine on the web.
With over a dozen regular contributors and hundreds of thousands of monthly visits, no treble has re shaped the way bassists worldwide connect with and learn from each other.
Learn about Corey’s fascinating career fusion of music and design in this interview!
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