Facebook Live isn’t just for live videos anymore. You can now use the feature to host “live” premiere events for your pre-produced music videos.
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Think you’re ready to release your new music to the world after hearing it played back in the studio? Not so fast…
Live performances are more than just a chance to play out and get your music in front of new audiences; they can also go a long way toward keeping your band’s business operation running smoothly.
Georgia native Lauren Morrow, whom some might know from her time with Americana band The Whiskey Gentry, has stepped out with her own self-titled debut EP, recruiting some of Nashville’s finest players along the way.
Today is officially National Album Day, and folks industry-wide are sharing the albums that have shaped their tastes and altered the course of history.
Have you ever found yourself saying, “I don’t do Twitter?” According to CD Baby, you might want to re-think that position if you’re a musician.
One of the rarest of rare events happened in Washington, DC: a unanimous Congressional approval of a large piece of legislation; an affirmative 100 – 0 vote in the Senate and a 415 – 0 vote in the House. On October 11, 2018, the Orrin G. Hatch–Bob Goodlatte Music Modernization Act was signed into law.
As reported by Billboard and many other media and music industry outlets, President Trump signed the Music Modernization Act into law today, accompanied by popular musicians and industry executives.
A couple weeks ago, we asked you to shout out the music producers in your lives, who have taken your projects from good to great, and great to amazing. Before that, we stressed the importance of doing this, to stand out in a world where more music is being released than ever before.
In case you’re still trying to figure out what to look for in high-quality music production, let the folks at BMI give you a few pointers.
In your pursuit of industry education, there is an important topic that can’t be — but alas, often is — overlooked: copyright protection.