Last month we sponsored the California Copyright Conference‘s Film Music: The Real Score dinner in Los Angeles. We bring you the highlights of the behind-the-scenes discussion on how music gets put into films.
We run through our key takeaways from the panels at AIM‘s Indie Con 2016.
Whether you need a filler whilst waiting for the latest episode of Serial, or you’re simply looking to expand your podcast horizons, we bring you some of our favourites.
Rumblefish‘s Director of Business Development Ben Kihnel takes us through the fundamentals of monetizing your music on YouTube.
We run through the importance of registering your artist or band name as a trademark, and the 5 key details that you should be aware of.
We sit down with Adrian Morris and Mark Vermaat of Soundmouse to talk about the importance of cue sheets and their work in cue sheet and broadcast reporting.
In their third guest blog post, Music Biz explain the importance of the International Standard Recording Code (ISRC) with their “Proper Care and Feeding of the ISRC” infographic.
As part of the “Nuances of Music Supervision” panel at the London Sync Sessions, 5 top music supervisors describe their ideal working situations.
We run through the best advice from the indie sync panels at the London Sync Sessions, hosted by SynchAudio and featuring panelists from Vice, SongHunters, and Flavorlab.
In their second guest post, the folks at Music Biz help us to simplify the complicated world of music metadata with their Music Metadata Style Guide and Classical Metadata Style Guide.
We run through the top music industry newsletters and blogs to subscribe to, whether you’re an indie musician or a label owner.
We speak to four unsigned, DIY musicians who explain how they have scored syncs and the impact that it’s had on their careers.