Tag: Music Industry
All posts, thoughts, and discussions around the music industry
In 2020, John 00 Fleming gave an interview with the Finish More Music YouTube channel, and I wrote out some interesting parts from it.
What does releasing music really do? How much income can be earned from a track on a big curated playlist? What should one expect when signing a track to a label? All of this I’’m talking about in a new video
“Can I use any tracks I like for my podcast without changing them? Say, download them from the internet, mix them up, and put them on Apple Podcasts? Do I need permission from each label and artist?”. A question from Aiya
Making music “just for yourself” and “for a career” is a big difference. And here’s why.
Cancelled gigs and plans, closed clubs and country borders. The coronavirus pandemic has affected all areas of our lives, but I would like to talk specifically about the music industry and the income of artists in particular.
“Alright, I’ve learned how to mix the tracks. What to do next? How to grow?”. Advice to Nikita
Some thoughts on the ”web 1.0” and good-old RSS and email instead of Facebook and Instagram for public communication.
What are those and should you follow them? Let’s find out.
Sometimes I get questions in the advice series that boil down to, “Can I do this or that?” or “Can I not do that?
“What are the pros and cons of releasing a track directly through a distributor, without a label? What are the pitfalls of this process?”