Licensing

BY DEB GRUVER —The Wichita Eagle via kansas.com — September 15, 2011 — The city has crafted changes that should allow coffee shops, art galleries and other venues that don't serve alcohol to...
Maybe it is just the jaded journalist in me but I do have e tendency to look past what any public organization claims to be cuz, well, I don't trust 'em.   When the music and audio world were...
  According to Billlboard.biz, the legal battle between Universal Music Group and a production company representing Eminem over digital royalties just got a whole lot more...
  Okay, so we’ve talked all about licensing your already produced music for use in picture, but what if you want to score for film – otherwise known as composing. How do you get into that and...
Networking in any industry is time consuming, but completely necessary to get anywhere. I was actually kind of bummed back in the 90’s when the word “networking” first started to catch. Before that,...
Most musicians who tell me all about how they are going to take over the film and TV world, also tell me they are going to do this by mailing their CDs off to production people or production offices...
Okay…so you’ve done your homework. You’ve got some great recordings, a good business card, a basic website that showcases your work, some copies of your CDs, and a list of your...
Last week in Film Music, Part I: The Challenge, I talked about what I thought to be the biggest newbie mistake for musicians interested in film and television music: believing that it’s easy work to...
Since the economy has tanked, it’s kind of hysterical how many new get-rich quick schemes you hear about out there. Because god knows, if there’s one time to try getting rich quick, it’s when money...