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Royalty Claim Initiative Unveils RoyaltyClaim.com

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I’m so proud to be able to unveil the info website for Royalty Claim today. I’ve had endless sleepless nights developing and designing the info site, and the actual database platform that’s launching soon.

Check it out, get your questions answered (see FAQ page), and pre-register for the beta. 

The first public demo will be this Thursday at SCMIP x AMC LA Music Industry Meetup | DTLA Arts District.

[VIDEO] Independent Music Industry Conference Panel Live Video

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If you missed the inaugural Independent Music Industry Conference, produced by Mike Ziemer, producer of the So What Music Festival, you missed a very cool and informative boutique event. But, don’t worry! Below are the live videos from the Record Label panel and the Music + Technology panel, both moderated by me.

Record Label Panel

Music + Technology Panel

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Teen-Focused App Musical.ly Is the Music Industry’s New Secret Weapon | VICE | United Kingdom


Awesome article by Vice on how young singers and rappers are using musical.ly to build fanbases, promote new music, drive engagement and sales, and generate buzz that has led to record deals, radio airplay, and ranking on Billboard charts.

Are any of you using musical.ly as a part of your overall digital strategy? If so how and what results have you seen? 

Impressive app sets for a music tech startup:

Musical.ly boasts more than 11 million video uploads per day from more than 120 million users worldwide; 64 percent of the app’s American users fall within the coveted 13–24 demographic, and 75 percent are female. Hoping to capitalize on that audience, Dae Dae debuted a 15-second snippet of “Wat U Mean” on musical.ly in August; to promote it, he hosted an in-app contest challenging listeners to make a music video of themselves performing his signature dance, where he languidly swings his arms in the air to the song’s staccato “Aye” shouts. Since its inception, the challenge has yielded a staggering 153,719 responses, with scores of newly won fans performing their own renditions of the “Aye” dance.

Read full article: http://www.vice.com/en_uk/read/the-social-media-app-musically-is-changing-music-marketing-v23n07

Dae Bogan To Moderate Panel On Music Rights And Micropayment Systems At UCLA Center For Music Innovation’s Music 2020 Day Event

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Live in/near Los Angeles? Consider attending the UCLA Center for Music Innovation Music 2020 Day at Digital Hollywood on Oct 20th at Skirball Cultural Center.

I will be moderating the panel “Infrastructure: Building New Pipes, New Rights, and New Micropayment Systems”

Panel Description:
Many companies and innovators are working hard to redo the plumbing in a streaming-driven world. This panel will discuss not only the current efforts and politics, but also where the pressures and frictions are building up that may create new avenues for growth and challenges for artists — and where the money might be made in transforming more than the consumer-facing sides of the music industry.

Moderator: Dae Bogan, Co-Founder and CEO, TuneRegistry

Panelists:
Les Borsai, Co-Founder and President, Songlily
Jeff King, COO, SOCAN Music
Jesse Feister, Director, Client Technology Solutions, Kobalt Music
Michael Shanley, VP, IT Business Development, Music Reports

[VIDEO] Watch How TuneRegistry Can Help Indie Music Creators Protect Music & Unlock Royalties

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Are you an indie artist looking to unlock additional income streams from your music?

Are you a band confused about what rights each member owns and how to protect them?

Are you a manager looking to save time and streamline reoccurring music industry administration tasks?

Are you an indie label or publisher looking for a better way to organize your company’s catalog in a collaborative space?

TuneRegistry is a next generation music management platform that enables creators and rights-holders to streamline the administration of their music catalogs.

Check out this tutorial reel to see how TuneRegistry can help you.

Learn more at www.tuneregistry.com.

Grammy Winning Engineers Launch Digital Mastering Service For DIY Musicians, eMastered

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Using an intelligent mastering engine built from analyzing thousands of hit songs, eMastered gives musicians an easy and affordable way to master tracks from the comfort of their own homes.

Grammy Award-winning engineer Smith Carlson and hit EDM singer/producer Collin McLoughlin announce the launch of eMastered, an online tool redefining the way musicians approach audio mastering. eMastered enables users to instantly master recordings online, making what is traditionally a complex and expensive process much more simple, affordable, and accessible to musicians worldwide.

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Independent Artists: TuneRegistry Wants To Help You Register Your Music Rights

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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.

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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!

We are currently seeking private beta testers from the independent music community. Request an invite.

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