Sales Of Recording Gear Soaring During COVID-19. Just Ask Sweetwater CEO

Concerts may be cancelled, but that doesn’t people have stopped making music. In fact, the reverse seems to be true, with sales of recording gear spiking in the wake of. Continue reading

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Live Music’s Future [Video]

As the ongoing pandemic continues to put a long term hold on all concerts and tours, industry professionals are looking ahead at when the live music experience can return, and. Continue reading

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COVID-19’s Impact On The Global Music Industry, Part 2: Geography

Chartmetric is working to assist artists, songwriters, and others in the music and entertainment industry to improve their well-being during this pandemic by providing analytical data on the effect COVID-19. Continue reading

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6 Ways For Musicians To Earn Money At Home During COVID-19

Musicians’ careers have been especially heavily impacted by the pandemic. With live music one of the first to go, and likely among the last to return, artists are facing a. Continue reading

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Our Music Consumption Habits Are Changing, But Will They Remain That Way?

Here Bobby Owsinski explores how our listening habits have fundamentally shifted since the pre-pandemic era, and whether or not these changes in music consumption will continue into the foreseeable future.. Continue reading

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Spotify’s Artist Fundraising Pick Is A Great New Feature – Therein Lies The Dilemma

In an effort to alleviate some of the pandemic strain artists are feeling, Spotify recently integrated an artist fundraising feature into its platform. Unfortunately, Spotify has bundled this alongside donations. Continue reading

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5 Music Therapy Techniques That Will Help You Cope With Quarantine

In this piece, Berklee’s expert voices in music therapy weigh in on the power of music in altering one’s mood, and how you can effectively utilize music to help you. Continue reading

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What Music Fans Are Craving During Coronavirus [VIDEO]

Although much of the discussion concerning music in the age of Coronavirus suggests that music consumers are listening to less music , a closer look suggests listeners are simply moving. Continue reading

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Live Music Will Survive

Although many were quick to declare the death of live music as the coronavirus pandemic took over, the time spent in isolation has in fact shown that we need live. Continue reading

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Save The Music(ians), Not The Technology!

In this piece, Virginie Berger argues that, rather than more technology, the music industry needs its major players to harness existing tech to create a system that distributes money to. Continue reading

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