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  • Interview with Jason Cerf of Songtrust | Mon, 17 Sep 2018 22:00:13 +0000

    I recently had the opportunity to interview Jason Cerf, the Business Development Manager at Songtrust, about the current state of music royalty collection and publishing administration. Jason works with musical artists, producers, managers, writers, labels, publishers, and distributors at a global scale. According to his bio, “working with clients at all levels and from so many different countries, styles, and backgrounds has given Jason the opportunity to learn about how individuals and businesses find success in such a mercurial market.” Oh, and the next part of his bio especially resonates with me, since it matches my goal for The Music

  • Popular DAWs and famous musicians who use them | Mon, 03 Sep 2018 16:15:22 +0000

    Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) are software audio tools that musicians use to compose, record, mix, and master their music. In this post, I thought it would be helpful to list some of the major DAWs available on the market, as well as to show you which famous musicians, composers, producers, and mixers currently use them (or have used them in the past). Keep in mind that although I listed people under a single DAW below, many of these people have used more than one DAW throughout their career. Enjoy! Product: Cubase Company: Steinberg Artists who have used this DAW: Hans

  • Complete List of Digital Service Providers | Fri, 13 Jul 2018 05:07:31 +0000

    “Let me tell you why you’re here.” Digital Service Providers (DSPs), also known simply as “music services,” are online platforms where users can stream, download, or interact with your music. “You’re here because you know something.” As an independent artist, you can use distributors such as CD Baby, TuneCore, and DistroKid to get your music onto DSPs, such as Spotify and Apple Music. “What you know, you can’t explain, but you feel it.” If you think that Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Pandora, Google Play Music, Deezer, Napster, SoundCloud, and TIDAL are the biggest (or only) players in the DSP

  • Music Royalties: Collect them all! | Sat, 16 Jun 2018 15:32:06 +0000

    Ever wonder if you’re missing out on making money from your music, or if you’re really collecting all of the royalties and income your music generates? Then this post is for you! In my previous post about how the music industry works, you’ll find that the music business is amazingly complex, but that you can help understand it by breaking things down into two primary categories: compositions and sound recordings. I highly recommend reading through that article first! 😉 Similarly, when thinking about collecting all of your money generated by your music, it is also helpful to take a more

  • Acronym Soup: The Music Industry Abbreviated | Thu, 15 Feb 2018 00:33:56 +0000

    If you’re anything like me, your eyes start to glaze over and your brain shuts down whenever you see a document full of acronyms that you don’t recognize. Hopefully that won’t happen right now, since the point of this post is to help demystify some of the hundreds of music-related acronyms you encounter in the music business. Acronyms are a special type of abbreviation, where you combine all (or most all) of the first letters in each word of a phrase. They’re great when you don’t want to have to keep typing out a long phrase, but they are absolutely

  • UPDATED: My music service royalty rates over the last two years! | Fri, 08 Sep 2017 22:21:19 +0000

    Want to see my actual royalty rates I earned across all music services over the last two years? OK… here you go! UPDATE: Originally posted on March 8, 2017. I updated this post on September 8, 2017 to include newer data and better explanations of where the data is from. Hold on! Why should you care about my personal data? Good question. Every rate chart like this has a built-in bias, and mine is certainly no different. HOWEVER, here are some reasons why you might find this rate chart particularly interesting: It’s from a single, established solo indie artist (me 🙂 ). If

  • What is passive income and why is it so important? | Wed, 30 Aug 2017 00:55:54 +0000

    There are lots of different ways to make money as an independent musician, but in this post I want to talk specifically about a certain type of income called “passive income.” In fact, regardless of your profession, it’s important to recognize that there are two primary ways of generating income: actively and passively. “Active income” means that you have to continue doing a meaningful amount of work in order to continue generating income. “Passive income” means that after doing some upfront work, you can continue generating income with very little effort or even with no work at all. Active income

  • List of music service APIs and analytics websites | Tue, 01 Aug 2017 18:03:46 +0000

    With so many music services out there, it can be hard for artists to keep track of all of the developer APIs and data analytics programs that each music service offers. In fact, some music platforms don’t do a great job letting artists know that these APIs and analytics websites even exist. To help you with this, I’ve compiled a list of links to music platform sites offering official APIs and analytics tools. The list below includes API and analytics links for services such as Apple Music, iTunes, Google Play, Pandora, Spotify, and many more. Developer APIs versus analytics websites

  • How is writing music for video games different than writing music for albums? | Mon, 13 Mar 2017 17:41:39 +0000

    When composers say they write music for video games, they’re usually referring to a process that’s often substantially different than writing music for an album or a single that will be downloaded on iTunes and streamed on Spotify. Although it’s possible to get your song from an album placed in a video game such as Rock Band, what I’d like to share with you in this post is what you’ll likely encounter if you want to start writing custom music for video games. Why me? To be honest, I’m relatively a nobody when it comes to music for games. That said, I

  • Music editing through the eyes of a visual artist. | Sun, 05 Mar 2017 23:13:56 +0000

    Have you ever thought about looking at music from the perspective of a visual artist or graphic designer? It’s a fun exercise that just might help you gain a deeper understanding of how music works. If you’re a musician who is familiar with photo and art programs such as Adobe Photoshop, or you at least know the basic concepts of art and digital image editing, this post is for you! Check out this neat list I created that compares photo-editing concepts with music-editing concepts. Some of these are naturally subjective, and I’m sure you can probably come up with many other

  • Helpful music blogs and websites | Sun, 05 Mar 2017 05:18:21 +0000

    There are a lot of great blogs and websites out there that provide a wealth of knowledge and information regarding the music business, music news, and the art of making music. Here are some music sites that I’ve personally found useful. Check out these helpful music blogs and websites! Ari’s Take When you check out Ari Herstand’s site, don’t miss his great article comparing the popular music distributors, such as CD Baby, TuneCore, DistroKid, etc. DIY Musician Site run by CD Baby with a bunch of helpful music tips, news, and articles. Song Exploder Go behind the scenes and learn how

  • How do speakers work? | Fri, 03 Mar 2017 07:12:27 +0000

    This post is all about those mysterious little boxes that musicians and fans alike can’t live without: speakers. Have you ever wondered how they work and what makes one speaker better or more suitable than another? If so, read on to learn all about our noisy friends. Oh, and don’t worry… although some of this is technical stuff, I’ve tried to keep it in layman’s terms (so that I can understand what I write!). 😉 The purpose of a speaker. The fundamental purpose of a speaker is to recreate sounds as accurately as possible. To do this, a speaker transforms the source sound information that’s

  • Giving back to the world | Thu, 02 Mar 2017 04:14:02 +0000

    For this post, I thought I’d do something a little different and share with you how I structure my giving. That is, I want to share how I go about giving back to the world and my thought process behind it. What is giving? The general idea of “giving” transcends national boundaries, races, and time. It can be a very powerful tool to help others in need in times of crisis, as well as help others achieve their own goals. Like most musicians (and people in general), I went through most of my life thinking that giving was mostly limited to giving

  • Producers, Mixers, Record Labels, and Publishers! Oh my! | Wed, 01 Mar 2017 16:50:34 +0000

    If you’re like me, you’ve probably gone about most of your musical life in blissful ignorance about producers, mixers, record labels, publishers, and other roles. Sure, you might have a general idea about them, but do you really know exactly what they contribute to the business, why they exist, and whether or not you need them for your own music career? In this post, I want to help clear away the fog a bit, to help you better understand the music world and everyone’s place in it. The simple way to look at it. One way to keep everything straight is to think

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