Total Artist Talks - With David Brownstein. Inspiring interviews with music industry bringing you to the Total Artist Program
The Musicverse NFT collection at OpenSea on Polygon (Matic) blockchain consists of the community minted Music NFTs, which are dedicated to Space theme and are formed by instrumental tracks without excessive words, but with spacey and atmospheric vibe. This collection is going to be minted by the Musicverse Community members joined the PublMe Space community network – the current core of the
Building the brightest future for musicians and all creators around music we feel like we can optimize the current structure of the music business and industry.We focus on creative tools for the Musicverse (part of the Metaverse, or the named galaxy) where musicians and producers may live comfortably, get connected, do business and monetize the creativity making a living from it. It is for Everyo
Approximately $19.6 billion was earned by major labels for 2021, an increase of 29% over the previous year. By comparison, revenue growth was 6% in 2020 and 10% in 2019. The main source of revenue was steaming. Spotify, one of the main players in the market, earned 9.6 billion, 22% more than last year. As for the overall market, everything is great. For the year, only one of the four largest mark
HERE IS A LITTLE MORE ABOUT MY PHILOSOPHY ON TOTAL ARTIST DEVELOPMENT: A GREAT SINGER. A GREAT SONG. A GREAT RECORDING. In our Artist Development process we will not only help you produce a great song, you will be developing yourself and your career and set the tone for your future career. HERE IS HOW IT WORKS: Phase One: THE PLAN Who are you and where are you hea
This is a check list of free resources you can use to help you get started with organizing and managing your basic music publishing administration. You can do most of these yourself, but recommend that you consult with a qualified person for specific administrative and/or legal advice as needed. Songwriter Split Sheet Split sheets are an essential safeguard to ensure that you and each person you
In recent decades the least interesting (i.e. boring) sector of the music industry, music publishing, is now being re-appraised with growing appreciation for its contribution to the music biz, and with increasing interest for the full scope of the publisher's activities. Smart publishers = smart copyright owners Recently, Music Publisher Associations around the world are reporting a surge in new
The article below was contributed to our blog by Jonathan A. J. Lewis, a recent Berklee College of Music grad with a dual major in music production and engineering and music business management. Jonathan is also active as founder/owner at SauceEntertainment.com which specialises in music composing, production, publishing management and licensing services. Make a 360 Deal With Yourself Dave
This article features some excellent advice for music creators from professional music supervisor Wendy Levy about placing music in television, which can also be applied to film and other media. This expert testimony Question and Answer interview article was published on the Berklee College of Music site under the title: Advice from a pro about song placements in TV productions. A link to this ar
If you plan to use anyone's music compositions or recordings, other than your own music or songs which are now in public domain, you'll need to clear music the right way before using them in any of your projects. This article describes how to get proper music clearance and licensing for the songs and tracks (cues, recordings, etc.) you wish to you use in your upcoming projects including: TV, radi
Featuring: George Howard from his "Music Publishing 101" video. Link to video at Artist House Music. Editorial and comments by Michael Borges. About George Howard Former president of the storied Rykodisc label and founder of Slow River Records, George Howard is an accomplished musician, producer, executive, and educator. He currently holds posts as Assistant Professor of Management at Loyola U
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I believe it’s pointless to describe any music without listening to the music itself... I really recommend to do it minimum 5 times in different time of day before you judge a song.
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