Reading music business books can be overwhelming. Learn how to break it down into smaller pieces. Ten pages a day is a good start.
- [Instructor] There are so many well-written books … on the music business, on the music industry. … The problem is they tend to be overwhelming … and they tend to be long and daunting … and a little bit complicated. … So my recommendation above and beyond absolutely … positively taking the time to read books … on the music business is to just break … them down into smaller segments. … Even 10 pages a day is good. … If you read 10 pages a day, you'll be able … to get through multiple music business books … every year and you will be the better for it, … I can promise you that. … …
This course was created by Cliff Goldmacher. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.
- Staying organized
- Embedding metadata
- Scheduling a regular time to write
- Deciding which songs to demo
- Setting up social media accounts
- Pitching songs
- Joining a pitch organization
- Attending music conferences
- Joining a songwriting organization
- Reaching out to new co-writers
- Reading about the music business
- Researching publishers and other successful artists
- Registering songs with your PRO
Skill Level Intermediate
20 Unofficial Rules of Songwritingwith Cliff Goldmacher35m 30s Beginner
Songwriting Techniques with Chordswith Julian Velard2h Intermediate
2. Song Demos
5. The Music Industry
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