The Boston Symphony Orchestra: Is It Sexist?

Like almost all industries, the music business is no stranger to sexism, and while this issue usually manifests most often in genres like pop music, it turns out the classical. Continue reading

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Ready To Launch Next Music Project? Do 4 Things FIRST

Chances are, you have a big music project you’re working on now, right? Maybe it’s as small as a new song, or as grand as a full-production music video with. Continue reading

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Spotify UK Reports Booming Revenue, New Focus On Advertising

Revenues at streaming music service Spotify’s UK division were up sharply, driven by sustained paid subscriber growth in 2016. According to Spotify's latest financial statement, which covers the fiscal year ending. Continue reading

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4 Ways To Identify If Your Mix Is Too Busy (And How To Fix It)

Mixing music is, in many ways, a balancing act. Trying to keep too many elements balanced at once however, can often cause your mix to become overly crowded and busy.. Continue reading

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Boston Based Record Co. Focuses On Access Not Profit

The Boston music scene is a lively, ever-changing one, but whether you're an engineer or a musician it can be a difficult environment to thrive in. Here we look at. Continue reading

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How Musicians Can Respond And Help Others In The Wake Of Tragedies And Senseless Acts Of Violence [Bob Baker]

Bob Baker is one of the more thoughtful voices in DIY music; and his ideas about how musicians might respond to the Las Vegas attack are particularly poignant.  "I wrote. Continue reading

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MON. BRIEF: Las Vegas Concert Shooting Deadliest In US History • Dice Ticketing Expands • TunesMap Restores Liner Notes • More

MONDAY 10.2.17 Music Business News From Around The Web  It's hard to imagine that these repeated mass shootings at concerts and clubs won't discourage attendance. Updated continuously under our More News tab

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The Shopkeeper: A Must See For The Artist Rights Movement [Video]

This documentary explores music producer Mark Hallman's struggle to keep his recording studio open even as the music industry changes and evolves in the age of home recording software and. Continue reading

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How To Save Money, Make Money On Tour [Kosha Dillz]

For artists, touring can be an expensive proposition and when you're living on the road, expenses can pile up quickly. That said, there are also a myriad of money making. Continue reading

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5 Problematic Habits Songwriters With Home Studios Need To Quit

For songwriters with home studios, it can often feel as though there aren't enough hours in the day to get everything done that needs to be, while still having enough. Continue reading

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