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Facebook Ads: Why Is It So Difficult For Musicians To Promote Their Music?

While Facebook ads have historically been a powerful and effective tool for artists trying to promote their music, recent changes to the popular social network’s algorithm have made it increasingly. Continue reading

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Logic vs Pro Tools: Which Is Better For You?

In this piece, industry consultant Bobby Borg sat down to chat with Maurizio Otto De Togni about the comparative advantages and disadvantages between Avid’s Pro Tools, and Apple’s Logic Pro.. Continue reading

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Your Morning Coffee Podcast #11: Do Rappers Need Record Labels? • Musicians Mental Health • More

Episode 11 of the podcast “Your Morning Coffee: Weekly Music News for the New Music Business” with Jay Gilbert and Mike Etchart is now live. Episode #11 Highlights In this week’s. Continue reading

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Music Tectonics Conference Begins Today

The Music Tectonics Conference begins today Tuesday, October 27th online with a full speaker lineup and panel schedule. This second edition will run through Wednesday. It’s not too late to join in at. Continue reading

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HeadCount Sponsors Stage At #iVoted Festival

Voter registration advocacy HeadCount will cap off their 2020 get-out-the-vote efforts by sponsoring a virtual stage during the #iVoted Festival. Set for election day on November 3rd, the HeadCount stage. Continue reading

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How To Sell Merch On Spotify and Why You Probably Won’t Be Able To

Spotify offers artists the option to feature and sell merch in the Profile. Sign up is free, but there’s a catch. “Using Spotify for Artists and Merchbar, you can make. Continue reading

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Billie Eilish Shows Why Livestreams Will Outlast COVID

Billie Eilish’s Saturday night “Where Do We Go? The Livestream” proved to be as much a showcase of the format as it was a COVID coming out party for the. Continue reading

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5 Techniques For Marketing Your Music Video

Once you’ve poured your heart and soul into crafting the perfect music video, the next step is actually getting it front of an audience. Here, we look at five ways. Continue reading

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Joe Wong Talks ‘The Trap Set,’ Scoring For Netflix, And Solo Debut

In this episode of the Music is My Life podcast, musician and composer Joe Wong discusses his solo debut, his work hosting his own podcast, and his experience doing the. Continue reading

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5 Things You Must Know About YouTube Royalties

Although YouTube can be a huge boon to artists, understanding the ins and outs of how the platform works (and how it makes you money) can be challenging. In this. Continue reading

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