Publishing companies aren’t 20-storey buildings downtown anymore, every songwriter and producer should have their own. Here’s how to start.
Musicians looking to create more diverse revenue streams and networking opportunities need to be looking to brands for collabs. Here’s how.
Between streaming royalties, sync placements and even “micro-sync” offers, there’s lot of money on the table for artists this year…
There’s a digital distribution platform for every song in your catalog, so how do you choose just one? Here’s four of our favorites, and why.
What exactly is a record label, and how do you know if you should partner with one to publish your music? We cover these basic questions in today’s post.
Now more than ever, musicians need to diversify their income and generate passive income. In this piece we talk about some ways to do that immediately.
If you’re stranded at home and have lost sources of income due to the Covid-19 pandemic, here’s a short list of potential musician revenue streams for you.
It’s tax time again, make sure you’re getting all of the deductions you qualify for as the “self-employed” musician/businessperson you truly are.
When it comes to toplining in the music industry, collaborating and co-writing, producing negotations, and royalty splits should all be familiar territory.
There are many ways musicians can get paid for their work, both before and after publishing has occurred. But you’ll need to do a bit of math.