music publishing

The Broken Music Business Model & The Digital revolution

A lot has changed in the music industry over the past eight years or so.  It used to be the only ones who knew and felt the shift in the industry were those already in it, but it has even trickled down to the consumer of music.  I have been working closely with the tech…

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Make A Living In Music Through The Power Of Generosity. Interview with Graham from Recording Revolution

Throughout my years of producing music I sometimes get the chance to meet some incredible people. Graham from the recording revolution happens to be one of those guys.  He has been blogging about the recording process for a couple of years now and has helped countless amounts of people get through their struggles with recording their…

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How to get more from your music

How the “Name Your Price” option can help you see better results from monetizing from your music.

I was recently asked by an artist I was working with my thoughts on setting up a shopping cart system on their website for their music, rather than selling it on other platforms.  He said the main reason for doing so was to have control over how much value his music should have.  I understand where…

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Streaming music verses downloads

To stream or not to stream? The uphill battle of streaming your music.

Take a good look around.  Streaming services are breathing down your neck trying to get you to give up the fight of trying to provide any other way of delivering your music to the masses.  Apple music has just announced they reached 10 Million subscribers worldwide, and Spotify has nearly reach 20 Million, and reports to…

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Cracking The Adele Code: 3 Things to Learn From Her 3.8 Million Album Sales on her First Week

Adele’s 25 keeps breaking records and has now 1.1 million U.S. album sales in its second week of release, making it the only album in Nielsen SoundScan history (since 1991) to sell at least one million copies in two separate weeks.  The album’s sales comprised 41% of all U.S. album sales this week; 37.7% of all…

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The #1 thing any Dj on this planet must do is…

From my years of experience working with many Dj’s, and Artist I can honestly tell you that there is nothing more important for any Dj to do than REMIXING/COVERS.  Seems obvious doesn’t it.  But you will be so surprised of how many djs, producers and artist neglect this very important element for the sake of…

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How to connect with fans

How to connect with your new audience in 30 Seconds

  As an Artist you will hear this questions more than you can imagine, “so what’s your music sound like?” and believe it or not having the right answer to this question can spark a relationship with a new fan in a huge way!

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