[FREE Event] Southern California Music Industry Professionals Music Industry Mixer
It’s been years since I’ve hosted a public event of any kind in Los Angeles, so I’m excited that my come back is an event that is completely on-brand and meaningful to me:
S.C.M.I.P. | Southern California Music Industry Professionals
Music Industry Mixer | An evening of mingling and networking with musicians, songwriters, producers, and business professionals from across Southern California hosted by Dae Bogan.
Date & Time: April 26th, 2016 | 6pm to 9pm
Location: Now Boarding | 7746 Santa Monica Blvd. West Hollywood
RSVP at www.SCMIP.eventbrite.com
#MusicBusinessMonday: Session Musicians
Session Musicians: Quality music starts with talented musicians. Your mastery of instruments, performance, and sometimes improvisation can make the difference between a recording that’s just Ok and a recording that’s a masterpiece, so your skills should not go unrewarded.
Did you know that session musicians and background vocalists may be entitled to royalties when the recordings on which they’ve performed are played on digital services such as Pandora, SiriusXM, Music Choice, and thousands of Internet webcasters?
#MusicBusinessMonday: Music Producers
Music Producers: You’re often the underdog in the royalty fight. Although the Recording Academy’s Producers & Engineers Wing is pushing for an amendment to the U.S. Copyright Act that would provide an allocation of non-interactive digital streaming royalties (SoundExchange royalties) to producers, no laws currently stipulate that you must receive sound recording royalties from your work when Pandora, SiriusXM, Music Choice, Slacker, iHeart Radio, or any of the other 2,500 digital services perform music that you produced (however, producers can receive publishing income if you’re a “writer” on the song).
So, what’s the solution? How do you make more money from your works when retail record sales royalties are becoming a myth?
Independent Artist PSA
I get music submissions daily — via private message, via comments to my status updates, via my professional Facebook Page, via emails, via form submissions on my blog, etc. I get it. I post all the time about the music industry and I am highly active in and around the music industy. To some, I am among the gatekeepers (considering I own a music video network that earns upwards of 3 million monthly impressions, one could call me a gatekeeper).
Independent Artists: TuneRegistry Wants To Help You Register Your Music Rights
After months of planning, we are finally excited to release additional information about TuneRegistry.
TuneRegistry is an easy-to-use and cost-effective solution to streamline music rights registrations and metadata delivery. We’re building TuneRegistry for the independent music community — to empower you with a powerful, yet simple, platform to manage your music catalog and associated rights administration all in one place.
Who is TuneRegistry for?
From indie artists and artist managers to indie record labels and music publishers, we believe that the any music creator and rights owner within the independent music community will find value in TuneRegistry’s suite of tools and services. Even music attorneys like us!