If you are a musician who can do it all, you may be suited to being a musical director. But you will need to multitask with a variety of skills, from musical to interpersonal. Read the post.
As an independent artist, relying on streaming platforms for revenue won’t pay the bills. Music investors may be worth pursuing. Read the post.
Learn how to distribute your music to Spotify and reach millions of potential listeners. Read the post.
Get inspired with creative music merch ideas to engage fans and boost revenue for your band, brand, and music business. Read the post.
Take control of your music career, grow as an indie artist, and achieve the success you dream of. Read the post.
A music LLC can protect your artist brand and have other business advantages. Learn more about music LLCs and how to apply for one. Read the post.
There are many ways to earn money in the music industry. Read on to learn creative ways to make money with music. Read the post.
Even if your ultimate goal is to make a living writing original music, you may need to tap into alternate money-making ventures while you launch your music career. Here are some ideas to get you making money with your music. Read the post.
Not out there playing gigs and selling merch at shows? Royalties and sync licensing are among the ways you can generate music income in today’s music industry.
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Adapted from Emily White’s new book, How To Build A Sustainable Music Career, this post dives into building your artist team and digs into the role of music attorneys, managers, and agents. Read the post.
What does copyright law say about your rights when an original idea is formed between two or more people? Here’s how some co-writers divide percentage shares in a song. Read the post.
’Tis the season for setting goals for your personal, musical, and career objectives. It doesn’t have to be a complicated process, but you need to take it seriously. Read the post.
Here’s a seven-step plan to help you manage the practical reality of building a music career while living your “regular” life. Read the post.
Before you look to paid services or third parties to solve your problems, look inside and recognize that sometimes a lack of success is on you. Read the post.
Entertainment lawyer Ben McLane sits with Bobby Borg to discuss three important topics bands need to consider in the new music age. Read the post.