We asked our friends at Notetracks to provide a handy beginner’s guide to getting new clients for music work if you’re just starting out.
Tag: music business
The music industry is notoriously hard to crack into, but there’s literally hundreds of doors to sneak in through… Here are a few to try.
Here’s how to adjust your musical goals for the “new normal” we’re about to experience, as the world slowly opens back up again.
2019 is well upon us. Here’s a payment schedule for most of the PROs you’re likely to be associated with in the US, and info about how payments are made.
Since the housing bubble burst in 2008, banks are skittish about lending money to nontraditional earners like songwriters, here’s how you can beat them.
It’s tax season again. You songwriters can benefit from this trick when you file this year to save a bit of money and make your life easier.
What makes these rapper-moguls so successful? It’s the lessons they’ve been able to bring from the business world into their career as artists.
Advances for musicians to get a leg up on their projects with external support may seem tempting but they almost always come with strings attached.
What’s the difference between a writer’s share and a publisher’s share, and why is it important to control your own publishing rights? Find out here.
It’s overwhelming to worry about your reputation, your network, your standing, and your goals. Here are some tips for how these things can work for you.