In addition to writing a new song (I need to start recording as soon as possible), I’m getting ready for my latest presentation at The Question tomorrow. It’s been another productive week for me. How about you?
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I’m back with another interview, and in this episode of the podcast, I talk to Helen Austin. This former comedian made this a very enjoyable conversation, and I’m sure you’ll get lots out of it too.
Ever heard of SoundExchange? No? Then you need to read this article right away. Even if you have a PRO representing you already, SoundExchange collects a different kind of royalty, and you might have money waiting for you.
New Guides at Music Industry How To
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It used to be that you needed to hire a professional to get your graphics done if you wanted quality images to work with. It’s still a good idea to work with a graphic designer if you can, but for everyday graphics, Canva is likely your best bet. Learn how to take advantage of this easy-to-use online app.
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