Music Think Tank: Seeking New Posts Now

(UPDATED) Since the beginning, Music Think Tank as served as a platform and sounding board for a collective of some of the leading thinkers and change makers in the tech. Continue reading

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Last Week On Music Think Tank

Where The Music Industry Thinks Out Loud Chris Bolton: 10 Free Google Tools to Manage Your Music Career. Jesse Cannon: How To Turn A Record Leak Into A Good Thing.

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How Turn A Record Leak Turn Into A Good Thing

Record leaks happen. I remember being 14 or so and having gained access to some albums a couple months before the street date hit. Was there a gray area there?. Continue reading

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Where The Music Industry Thinks Out Loud Rick Goetz: Frustration, Jealousy and the Often Forgotten- Consistency. Bruce Warila: Investing in Artists: Consider a Promotionless Strategy. Ariel Hyatt: How To Get. Continue reading

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Consider A Promotionless To Popular Strategy First

If there's anything that Bruce Warila is well-known for, it's smashing heads with conventional thinking and providing new insight into why artists do the things they do, and more specifically,. Continue reading

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Last Week On Music Think Tank

(UPDATED) Where The Music Industry Thinks Out Loud Kyle Bylin: On File-Sharing: Are You Smarter Than A 12th Grader? Brian Hazard: The Jango Focus Group Ariel Hyatt: Madina Lake's bass. Continue reading

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30 Tips For The Typical Musician

There are two new posts up over at Music Think Tank.  One is from Jon Ostrow titled Reality TV Killed The Rockstar. But Is That So Bad; it is on. Continue reading

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Music Think Tank Radio: Upload Your Song Now

(UPDATED) Our sister blog, Music Think Tank, has this great feature called Radio, where artists can upload their music and expose their songs to other artists, to managers, and to. Continue reading

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My Response To “Why You Should Pay For Music.”

(UPDATED) Near the end June, audio engineer Jon Sheldrick published a rather thoughtful, well-written essay titled "Why You Should Pay For Music."  It was everywhere.  Huffington Post.  Sound Ctrl.  Hell,. Continue reading

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Music Think Thank: “Jango Listeners Are Real People Who May Become Real Fans.”

Over at our sister blog Music Think Tank, there are two new posts up.  One is from Ariel Hyatt of Ariel Publicity, on why Madina Lake's bass player Matthew Leone. Continue reading

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