It’s Not Who You Know in the Music Business
The saying goes, “It not what you know, it’s who you know!” but is that true today? I suppose it must be to some extent but with access to the people that count getting easier with online social networks could we add “It’s if your worth knowing!” also?Marketed Mud – Stand Out in the Music Business
Do you truly stand out in the music industry or are you marketed mud? Do you think marketing alone is the way to break the market? This article explains the flaw in thinking marketing alone is the way for music business success!Legal Music For YouTube – Four Ways to Address Client Concerns About Copyrights
How do you ensure your soundtrack is cleared for all legal uses for YouTube and that no embarrassing copyright issues will emerge down the road? The digital marketplace offers lots of music that can be used without paying any license fees, but there will always be a direct relationship between the amount you pay to use a piece of music and the amount of control you (or your client) have over that music.Artist Development – How to Get Your Music Career Off the Ground
Welcome to the greatest time ever to be an enterprising musician. Welcome to the worst time ever to be an aspiring musician. Which world will you create for yourself? The choice is yours.Music Licensing Tips – Success Breeds Success
Let’s face it. The music business can be a tough nut to crack. It can be discouraging at times. If you don’t have really thick skin it can be very easy to second guess yourself. I’m sure you’ve all heard stories about how bands like the Beatles were turned down by a gazillion record labels before they signed their first deal. Basically every artist who has succeeded in the music industry has a story that is a variation of this story. You are inevitably going to be facing lots of obstacles on your path to success.