Music publishing 101 crash course

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Regina Smith (Author of When GOD Tips The Scale)

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No Walls Production and Publishing has published a revised and updated edition of the book Music Publishing Crash Course. The book introduces the .
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Authored by Mike King. The music industry has undergone extreme changes over the past few years, many of which have opened the doors for developing bands and artists. Gone are the days where the only option for getting fans to hear your music relied upon support from a limited number of "gatekeepers. This course starts with the basics - an overview of key music marketing principles, terms, and practices which together form the foundation for all music marketing plans. Students will learn what companies and partners to work with to reach their core fans, how to communicate with them, and the ways to leverage the changes and new opportunities that the internet offers to marketers. The information in this course can form the basis for a full marketing campaign, or be immediately implemented into a new marketing and promotion campaign. This course looks at the opportunities available at both traditional terrestrial marketing opportunities, as well as online opportunities.

Dan Reifsnyder. Image via pixabay. If you've gotten serious about your music, you may have heard someone mention performing rights organizations in passing PROs, for short possibly even by name. Maybe you've always wondered what they were and have been embarrassed to ask. Fortunately, this article is here to help! As an aside, this information is specific to US PROs, though all of the ones we're talking about today maintain offices in London.

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