This site is a blog for musicians and music industry people. It is a free educational resource and it is also the way I advertise my music consulting services. I am an entertainment professional with deep roots in the music industry. Throughout my music career I have been a major label A&R representative, a music supervisor, an artist manager, a reality show producer, a bass player and the head of a digital record label.
5 reasons artists’ cold emails are not making contact.
Google launched Google Play’s “All Access,” digital music entrepreneur Marcus Taylor wondered if the music industry was really prepared for a shift towards mobile, and Warner Music finally earned a profit.
A collection of five major mistakes that can ruin an artist’s bio.
Analysts explored which Facebook music applications have been most successful, artists shared the benefits of the Sound Recording Investor Tax Credit program in Louisiana, and experts discussed how inconsistent metadata has slowed music industry growth at Music Biz.
Some tips for putting together a YouTube music marketing strategy that will get your music discovered and help you build a loyal, engaged fan base.
Digital sales of compilation albums have continued to rise, AOL music was shut down, and UK Music launched a new study of the impact of musicians and artists on the UK economy.
Mark Christensen of Engine Room Audio clarifies the differences between the mixing and mastering processes and shares some advice for artists and producers who want to build sustainable careers in music.
Record Store Day sparked a vinyl sales boom, a judge ruled that the Millennium Copyright Act does not fully protect online music services, and author/entrepreneur Rob Reid said he will give a talk on copyright law to celebrate the release of his novel Year Zero in paperback.