Co-writing songs with friends and fellow artists can be a fun and productive experience, but also brings with it a host of legal complications. Here we examine how both the revenue and copyright of a collaboratively written song can be fairly divided in such a way that your songwriting partner remains your friend.
This week on MusicThinkTank, we heard advice on becoming a successful songwriter, looked at the dark world of bot ticket scalping, Spotify's claim to the streaming throne, and more.
This week on MusicThinkTank, we heard some ideas for adding bonus content to your release, how to promote your music independently, the best way to prep for a gig, and more.
Living in the digital age, the resources necessary for recording an album are easily available, but when it comes to making said music available to the public, it's easy to become lost in the clamor and end up without a single soul hearing your album. Here we outline some steps which will help you avoid such an unfortunate circumstance.
Releasing music independently can be a confusing process, and requires making many complex decisions along the way without any kind of certainty as to what the outcome may be. Here we take a step by step look at the release process, determining which course of action makes the most sense depending on the type of music in question.
This week on MusicThinkTank, we looked at becoming a better musician, the best cities for aspiring musicians, new kinds of merch, and more.
This week on MusicThinkTank, we looked at improving your Facebook reach, people who can help your career right now, predictions for 2016, and more.
This week on MusicThinkTank, we discussed 101 things you can do to improve your music career, ways to grow your fanbase, how to promote your mixtape, and more.
This week on MusicThinkTank, we discussed common challenges of novice songwriters, why streaming may actually be good for artists, which cities have the best live music, and more.
Some of the industry's most vocal commentators have decided that streaming offers little to no benefit to artists, unless they've achieved a level of stardom where earning money from streaming is no longer an issue. Services like Spotify and Apple Music may be helping artists more than previously thought, however, writes Robert Lanterman.
This week on MusicThinkTank, we learned about ten tools DIY artists should use, how you can improve your band's website, whether bad students make for great artists, and more.
This week on MusicThinkTank, we heard about Myspace's musical resurgence, learned why every DJ should have high-end headphones, witnessed ten industry predictions for 2016, and much more.