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Getting your music heard – Part Two of Two

So you have three or four top-notch tunes ready for the masses… You have some professional artwork and you’re ready to step in the ring with the best…   What do I do now? Engagement Engagement is paramount in the tedious process of getting your music heard. There are so many (too many) ways to […]

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Copyrighting your Songs – The US Copyright Process

Why is Copyrighting your songs important? Under international law (Berne Convention), copyright is the automatic right of the creator of the work. This means that your copyright exists the minute you have a tangible version of the music (sheet music, tape, CD, etc.).   So, you’re safe, right? Not really. The problem is this. Although […]

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Getting Your Music Heard – Part One of Two

We thought the Internet would free our souls. Technology had advanced to the point that any songwriter, band, or ‘Average Joe’ with a Casio and Garage Band could make their music ring in every ear, world-wide. The exorbitant cost to get to market had gone and the best music would magically rise to the top […]

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