Lynda An Insiders Guide to Todays Music Biz 07 Record Labels TUTORiAL
Record labels have a valuable role to play in the music businesses. Despite the controversies around contracts and creative license, they are not going away. Understanding what record labels do is important whether you are an artist or a music professional.
In this installment of An Insider's Guide to Today's Music Biz, Steve Rennie explores the role of record labels in the music business. He starts by talking about the different types of record labels and what they do, from marketing to manufacturing and radio promotion. Then you'll learn about why you need a record label, how to get a record deal, what a music contract will look like, and how the signing process works. As a little bonus, Steve gives you some insights on your commitments and compensation (advances and royalties) once you get signed.
Understanding how record labels run
Finding a record label
Meeting with A&R and business teams at a record label
How record labels promote your music
Negotiating a record deal
How record labels recoup costs
Lynda An Insiders Guide to Todays Music Biz 06: Marketing and Promotion TUTORIAL
How to stand out from the crowd has always been the great challenge in the music business. It was true back when the record industry released 5,000 records a year and it's even more true now that millions of artists are creating and distributing music. Marketing and promotion is what gets your music in front of music consumers. Marketing is about telling your story; promotion is about ongoing efforts that keep your story top of mind.
In this class, industry insider Steve Rennie talks about how to market and promote your music and turn music consumers into permanent fans. He'll talk about the key elements of any good marketing plan, whether you are a major label or indie artist. He'll also talk about how to craft your image with your music, photos, and videos and how you can assemble them in a way that gives you the best chance of success. Plus, learn how radio, touring, publicity campaigns, and your web presence play into a music marketing mix.
Lynda An Insiders Guide to Todays Music Biz 04: Building a Professional Team TUTORiAL
Picking a great team of professionals is one of the most important and impactful decisions you are going to make in your music career. Steve Rennie knows music professionals; he has over 35 years in the music business.
His series, An Insider's Guide to Today's Music Biz, teaches the ins and outs of the music business to bands, managers, and songwriters. In this installment, you'll learn about the key players you need on your team and what they do, how much they get paid, how you find them, and when you need them. It starts with perhaps the most important member of your team, the manager. Steve also explains the role of lawyers, agents, business managers, publicists, and the digital team in charge of PR, social media, and other online distribution and promotion strategies.
Udemy Beginner's Guide to Becoming a Successful Musician (2015) TUTORiAL
Master everything from planning, branding, marketing, and licensing music for t.v and film. Industry contacts included!
Do you dream of becoming a famous musician? Or, perhaps your dream is to just become a working musician. Got talent and not sure what to do next? Would you like to know how to get a record deal or simply just build a bigger fan base and sell albums?
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How to design a purpose driven business plan that will attract managers, investors, and record labels.
How to create a strong personal brand that will attract more fans.
How to effectively market yourself and your music on social media platforms.
How to copyright, publish, license and distribute your music.
Where to find opportunities for getting your music into TV and Film
This course also comes with a list of industry contacts including record labels scouting new talent! So, what are you waiting for? Take the first step in understanding what you need to do to take your music career to the next level.
Best of all; I am available 7 days a week for questions! Just post questions to my FaceBook or Twitter page.
Lynda An Insider's Guide to Today's Music Biz 02: Making Great Music TUTORiAL
The music business is built around great songs by great artists. The music business exists to bring those songs to life. Managers, producers, engineers, record labels, promoters, publishers, and concert venues: They're all there to help connect music with audiences. But the songs don't write themselves.
This installment of An Insider's Guide to Today's Music Biz is designed for songwriters who want to make great music, and for industry professionals who want to understand the process behind it. Music insider Steve Rennie provides tips on what makes a great song, what a successful writing process looks like, the costs involved in recording, and the role of a producer. Steve's experience, and his honest take on the industry, will help anyone interested in getting their music into the hands of music biz movers and shakers.
Udemy Artist Management for the Music Business TUTORiAL
What Will You Learn in the Artist Management OnLine Course?
In this course you will learn how a successful manager answers and then deals with these issues every day:
The Roadmap to Managing Your Own Music Career or Becoming a Professional Manager
* Lectures 46
What Will You Learn in the Artist Management OnLine Course?
*Who are the decision makers in the music industry?
*What are the key points to negotiate in an artist management contract?
*How will a business manager support an artist’s career?
*How does a manager earn their money?
*What are the negotiating points in a record label contract?
*How do I interest a booking agent in my artist?
*What do corporate sponsors look for when partnering with an artist?
*What is negotiable in a 360° record label deal?
*What are the fundamental issues in an artist rider?
*What elements define an artist’s brand?
*What issues should I look for when negotiating a live performance contract?
*How will an attorney contribute to an artist’s team?
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Udemy RECORD LABEL How to Start a Music Record Label in 30 days TUTORiAL
Insider Secrets of Starting your Own Music Record Label Without Making Costly Mistakes. Start your Record Label today
If you want to start your own record label but thinks it's confusing and difficult and looking for someone who can actually help you, then you've come to the right place. Here you'll find out exactly how you can start an indie record label in any genres of music including country music, reggae, rock, hip hop and rap music.
Our Step By Step Rap Record Label Start Up Guide Teaches You Just How to Start A Record Label from Scratch.
How to make Record Industry Contacts.
How to become a SUCCESS in the Music Biz
How to Write up A business Plan For Your Own Record Label.
How to Legally Setup Your Own Record Label.
How to Legally Trademark, Copyright and protect your Music.
How to secure & Sign The Hottest Artist Around.
How to Find & Scout Talent On and Offline.
"In a few short minutes I'll show you how to start and run your very own successful Indie Record Label selling Insane Amounts of CD's