Making The Most Of Your Ideas (Even The Bad Ones)

In this piece, James Shotwell encourages musical creators to slow down and think about their developmental process, as well as the value of fully exploring ideas to determine their value. Continue reading

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5 Marketing Ideas for Your Band for Under $50

Marketing can be expensive, but it can also be cheap. If you’re on a budget, you may be wondering how to market your music in an effective way without spending. Continue reading

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“Can We Get In Pitchfork?” 6 Philosophical Reasons Indie Bands Fail

Canadian music promoter and author of “Your Band Is A Virus” music marketing book series, James Moore, works with various independent artists. He has seen that the ideas and beliefs. Continue reading

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Why Copyright Is Evil

A copyright gives the creator of a work exclusive rights to it and an owner of a copyright has the right to make copies, license, and use the work. On. Continue reading

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Brainstorming Doesn’t Work

According to Keith Sawyer, “Decades of research have consistently shown that brainstorming groups think of far fewer ideas than the same number of people who work alone and later pool. Continue reading

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Derek Sivers On The Co-op Business Model: Share Whatever You’ve Got

Sharing has been a part of life for a long time, but has become increasingly important in business and social media – just look at the prominence of share buttons. Continue reading

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MTT: Is Your Music Lost in Translation?

In his recent post, Max Willens explores the difficulty of translating and bringing ideas into the real world. He references a New York Times editorial, Found in Translation, which describes. Continue reading

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