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is not just an electronic book. It is a complete set of templates, spreadsheets, forms, applications, information and instructions to promote your music. These tools provide easy-to-understand guidance to help indie musicians and labels manage their labels and releases for indie distribution. Whether you are putting out your own album or starting a label with several artists, the MBT will help you achieve your goals.
by Bryan on February 2, 2012
Here is the keynote address from the 2007 Recording Academy Indie Impact Conference in New Orleans.  Most of what was relevant then is also relevant today. http://www.artistshousemusic.org/node/5369/345   I am honored to be here. I’d like to start by saying thank you. — There is a lot of talk about the problems in the music [...]
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by Music Business Toolbox on February 2, 2012
I know that phrase may sound a little crazy, but it's something a small circle of my friends uses to describe learning inside information about something. Recently, a lot of people have been asking how they can learn more about the new trends and technologies impacting the music industry. So, for those who want to "suck up game," here are some places to start:
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by Music Business Toolbox on February 2, 2012
Although I agree that frequently when dealing with the record labels, the so-called 360 deals do not work for artists, it is mostly because the labels are not properly staffed to exploit the rights that they obtain from the artists and the artists’ share of revenue is still calculated using convoluted and unfair accounting methods. If, however, the deal is structured in a way where the company
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by Music Business Toolbox on February 2, 2012
Some of my friends have complained that I refer to technical things they don't understand, or care about, to often; like RSS, blogs, social bookmarking, etc. Although many of them may never need to know about them,
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by Music Business Toolbox on March 3, 2008
AUSTIN, TEXAS---While most of the 12,500 registrants at the South by Southwest Music Conference were out playing on a beautiful early-spring afternoon a few days ago, the latest plan to save the music industry was being scrutinized at a dimly lit panel discussion inside the Austin Convention Center.
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