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Music Marketing Strategies - Advice for Artists - Don't be a copycat.

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Music Marketing Strategies - Advice for Artists

Music Business Tips/Motivation Tip: Do YOU fear being successful? | Arti...

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Hey guys, I got another music business tip/motivational tip topic for you today and this topic is about the fear of success and the fear of rejection. You might not know you fear success which is part of the problem! Find out what I mean in this video.

New Music Podcast - Business and Corporate

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New Music Podcast Vol.56 - Business and Corporate
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Music Business Tip: How To Get A Music Manager & Do You Need One?

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Music Business Tip: Producers, do you really need a manager? Things every artist, band and producer should know and consider before hiring one

The most common misconception is that if you have a music manager life will be easier and you'll make more money.

Sometimes it works out that way and other times it doesn't. One thing you have to remember is that a manager has to make money as well. 

Some of you are thinking, "that's fine, make it happen", but understand that in order for a manager to be paid, they must take a percentage of what you're making per project.

This means the manager is going to have one of two things

1. Take a % from what you're charging your current clients. This could be bad because if you don't make a lot, then the manager isn't making enough and what was good pay for you is now reduced

Thing about it like this. If you charge $200 per track (or whatever) and the manager steps in and handles the communications, contracts etc (making…

Guest Speaker Loren Weisman speaks on the new music business.

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Guest Speaker Loren Weisman speaks on the new music business. An LW Content Marketing Strategist and Speaker Video Blog. 

Music Business Consultant Loren Weisman is available as a College Speaker, university speaker, lecture speaker, guest speaker, keynote speaker, workshop leader, seminar leader and clinician, covering informative speaking topics on success in the new music business of today and up to date music business presentations.

Here is a short example of Loren discussing the importance of learning music theory regardless of what instrument or style you play if you want to further your career in music. It mixes the rules of business when it comes to the music business with the foundations of theory and studying.

Loren is available as a guest speaker, university speaker, lecture speaker, college speaker, keynote speaker, workshop leader, seminar leader and clinician, covering informative speaking topics on success in the music business of today and up to date music business presen…

How to Compose a Song - Piano Lessons

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Take some piano lessons from Scott Houston “The Piano Guy.” In this video, Scott and his guest, five-time Grammy Award nominee David Benoit, discuss the thought process behind composing music. David Benoit uses his original song, Kei's Song, as an example. 

Scott and David just want to help you to teach yourself piano skills to get you having some fun at a piano as quickly as possible. 

In the video David shares some great tips for 
composing songs. He shares that typically, he starts composing a new song with his chord selection. Then often he moves to creating the bridge of the song which was the case when he was composing “Kei.” There is a lot of trial and error involved.

When asked where Benoit gets his inspiration from, he confided that composing for him is a balance between piano seat time and time away from the piano. Being away from the piano offers time to reflect and be creative and imaginative. Some of David’s most creative ideas have come while he was on one of his walks. …