Learn about the current landscape of music PR and how to navigate opportunities for music promotion.
Here are some ideas of things you can do to get organized and set a strong roadmap for your music business and career this year.
We created a roadmap to help you decide whether or not you need a manager, and what type of management is right for you and your career.
Drafting a demo submission email for the label of your dreams can be a daunting process – here are ten best practices that will help maximize your odds.
We walk through how podcast publishers secure rights to music and sounds, as well as different ways to get your music onto podcasts.
Learn how mastering to a reference, using true peak normalization, and previewing artifacts can help you create a master that’s optimized for streaming.
Learn how composing music for commercials and brands can be a full-time profession or a helpful revenue stream.
Learn how non-commercial radio offers unique opportunities for you to reach new fans and communities across North America and beyond.
Explore three SEO tips that will help you come up with an artist / DJ / band name that’s easy for fans to find on Google.
Be aware of these three red flags so that you don’t fall into an unfavorable business deal with a manager, A&R rep, or agent.
We reached out to publishers, administrators, licensing professionals, and sync agents to learn about music publishing and licesning.
Three music supervisors share their processes around sync licensing, how they build their libraries, who they work with, and more.