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Prince's sound engineer, Susan Rogers: 'He needed to be the alpha male to get things done'

One of a tiny number of female recording engineers, Rogers was there at birth of some of pop’s classics, including When Doves Cry. She recalls the man she knew – and shares her theory about why he loved working with women Between 1983 and 1987, Susan Rogers didn’t really sleep. Show More Summary

Goliath Never Learns: Google Yanks True Parody By Content Creators Coalition

While people are quick to call foul when YouTube issues take-downs on what the creators think are parodies, the video sharing site recently removed a true parody from the creatives at C3, calling out YouTube for its failure to properly compensate artists. _______________________ Guest post by Chris Castle of Music...

How I Grew My YouTube Channel From Zero To 5,000 Subscribers

Having a YouTube channel is a must for any artist, but there's little point to it if no one's watching. Here troubadour and live-streamer Nate Maingard shares with readers how he managed to grow his channel from zero to 5,000 subscribers. _____________________ Guest post by Nate Maingard on the TuneCore...

How Do Advances In Technology Change The "Live Experience"

With advances in the development of technology, what it means to see something "live" has changed. With the stage being brought into people's homes YouTube and Facebook Live, concerts have become something anyone with smartphone can participate in. ___________________________________ Guest post by Sabrina Bucknole on the TuneCore Blog [Editors Note:...

R.IP. Fats Domino: His Musical Traits, Most Popular Songs Explored

Renowned musical icon Fats Domino passed away on Tuesday, but the artist's legacy endures. Here we use Pandora's Music Genome project to take a look at some of the traits which permeated Fats' music, and helped to make him so popular. ________________________________ Guest post by Glenn Peoples, Music Insights and...

Advocacy Group Launches Ad Campaign Calling Out YouTube For "Mistreatment Of Artists" [VIDEO]

Artist's advocacy group, the Content Creators Coalition (c3) is launching an ad campaign as it expands efforts to highlight what many in the music industry see as unfair treatment of artists and music creators by Google’s YouTube. __________________________________________ The Content Creators Coalition is releasing a series of video ads calling...

Big Tech Is Hurting Professional Creators and Why It Matters [Op-Ed]

In this op-ed, Chris Castle highlights a recent piece from musician and artist rights advocate Miranda Mullholland on how the pervasive algorithm based music culture is detrimental to artists and the creative process in general. ____________________________ Guest post by Chris Castle of Music Technology Policy If you’ve ever been in...

8 Songs For The Reverb Hall Of Fame

When it comes to creating music, reverb is an incredibly powerful and evocative tool, with incredible flexibility. Here we celebrate eight genre-spanning works works that employed reverb to its maximum potential. ____________________________ Guest post by Leticia Trandifir of Landr Journal Reverb is vital. It’s such a useful audio effect because...

Roger Waters Helms A Musical Resistance

In the wake of the political and social turmoil which currently grips the United States has caused a number of artists to use their music as way of speaking out, one such artist at the forefront of this movement is former Pink Floydian Roger Waters. ______________________________ Guest post by David...

Be Bold. Pile On. Stay Punk. Reunion Tour [INTERVIEW]

Here Katy Otto speaks with the members of a group of reunited punk bands who recently went on a reunion tour across the East Coast in hopes of building energy to boost grassroots community-centered organizations. ____________________________ Guest post by Katy Otto of CASH Music I had the distinct pleasure of...

Microsoft Is Shutting Down Groove Music - How To Get Your Mechanical Royalties Before It's Too Late

Streaming services generate mechanical and performance royalties for creators they say they can't identify. It's a major issue for musicians and music publishers. In 2017, Microsoft filed 4 Million "address unknown" notices. How can you make sure you get paid before Microsoft shuts down its music service? _______________________________________ By Dae...

Holding The Line On Statutory Damage Tradeoffs

Here Chris Castle warns of a suspected upcoming 'omnibus' bill of amendments to the Copyright act as the 2018 campaign season gets underway, and the importance of preventing Big Tech from thoroughly de-fanging copyright infringement litigation. ______________________________ Guest post by Chris Castle of Music Technology Policy It is very likely...

Henny Tha Bizness Talks Producers As Leaders [INTERVIEW]

Here Henry Tha Bizness, producer for major artists including 50 Cent, R. Kelly, and Trey Songz, and renowned for his adaptability and embrace of industry shifts, discusses his set up and his why his anytime-anywhere mentality is in essential in today's music business. ____________________________ Guest post by Andrew Cross of...

Vivian Campbell Shares Upside Of Music Piracy For Def Leppard

Coming off a long summer of touring, Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell here weighs in on his twenty-five years in the group, what the experience has been like, and what the band has described as an 'upside' to music piracy. _________________________ Guest post by Shivani Patel om the SymphonicBlog It’s...

Facebook Live Toolkit For Musicians

With Facebook now more of a video giant than ever, Facebook live has now become one of the best ways for artists to reach their fans. Here we look at how to get the most out of these broadcasts using the example of singer/songwriter Dawn Beyer. ________________________ Guest post by...

Stage To Studio: How To Adapt Vocals For Recording

Singing live and singing in the studio can sometimes be two very different animals, and switching from the stage to the recording booth can often require a certain level of adaption on the part of the performer. Here we look at how to make that process happen more smoothly. _________________________...

YouTube Music Gives Offline Listening An Upgrade

A new YouTube Red feature gives users greater control of the content they wish to access on the platform, including allowing them to save video and more for offline access, which is good news for both consumers as well as artists and labels. ___________________________ Guest post by Tim McKee of...

Taylor Swift Turned Right Said Fred’s Body-Positive Hit Into A Revenge Fantasy: Here's How

In this article Ian Temple deconstructs and analyzes the musical similarities between T-Swift's latest single "Look What You Made Me Do" and Right Said Fred's hit 1992 classic "I'm Too Sexy For My Shirt" _________________________ Guest post by Ian Temple of Soundfly's Flypaper Here’s a music-theory analysis of Taylor Swift’s...

Sounds Great, But Sounds Familiar: Where To Draw The Line With Digital Sampling Of Sound Recordings?

Here Stephen Carlisle breaks down the legal complexities behind digital sampling, looking at what it is, its history, how the Ninth Circuit Court changed everything, and where digital sampling stands today. __________________________ Guest post by Stephen Carlisle of Nova Southeastern University In the middle of 2016, the Ninth Circuit Court...

Interview with Kathy Valentine of The Go-Go's and Blue Bonnets

Here long time performing and recording artist Kathy Valentine shares with us the specifications on the equipment she uses, as well as the software, and offers us a sneak peak at what a dream setup would look like. ______________________ Guest post by Kathy Valentine of CASH Music Who are you,...

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