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.
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.
In this climate of increasing lawsuits, protecting your intellectual musical property is becoming an essential tool in the songwriter’s toolkit. Learn more.
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.
We asked our friends over at TuneCore to write up a simple guide to digital royalties, so musicians can start collecting the royalties they’re due.
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.
Sure, watching your play count and “likes” totals go up feels good, but how do you analyze how and why they went up so you can create meaningful progress?
Think outside the box and let your songwriting generate a bit of extra side money! Here are some potential revenue sources you may not have thought of yet.
Producers today make as many compositional decisions as entire songwriting teams of yore. How does this affect publishing? Hint: it could use a rethink.
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.