While you hopefully won't end up in court, creating a paper trail when submitting your work is critical when it comes to protecting your intellectual property, be it music, art, or something else all together.
This week on MusicThinkTank, an examination of Spotify's clout in the world of streaming, some advice on how to be your own promoter and a few tricks for how to combat the stress of managing your own music career.
Recording music and posting it online is now a relatively simple and easy process, but getting it heard and shared among potential fans remains something of challenge for many up-and-coming artists. Here are some suggestions for making that process easier.
Social media strategy is a difficult thing to create when you do not know how to begin. In today's article, check out a comprehensive guide on how to build your band's social media strategy using the 70-20-10 rule.
The way we listen to music has changed over the years. But has it become background noise to our television watching? In today's article, we explore how this has changed throughout the world of television on MusicThinkTank.com.
What happens when you have new music recorded and not enough space to store it? You may want to check out getting some cloud storage. Check out today's article to see some of the best options for storing your music on the cloud.
If you are active on Twitter, you understand that it only takes a couple of seconds to decide whether to follow someone or not. It’s like hyper-condensed speed-dating on the Internet, with millions of options and little time to make a good first impression.
The world of music has turned into the land of the free. But the cost of "free" has caused the music industry to heavily reconsider survival strategies. Check out today's article, where we explore how we can change the way we consume music.
The digital age has allowed us to explore new heights in how we create music. But have we become so jaded and bombarded with new music that is becomes too much? Check out today's article where we explore the results of a D.I.Y music culture.
Trends often come and go and then come back again. Unexpectedly, vinyl records are going through this phase right now. Check out today's article to see how this phenomenon is happeningand what it means for the music industry as a whole.
Social media has become one of the most powerful self-promotional tools for all artists. But while many acts use social media like Facebook and Twitter to advertise new releases and upcoming shows, a few go the extra mile, upping their statuses as fan-friendly by interacting with others or posting clever content.