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This is the Worst Piece of Advice Songwriters Constantly Receive

This one phrase, "Don't bore us, get to the chorus," while well intentioned, is bad advice.

The...

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A Simple Way to Determine if Your Music is Ready for Sync Placements

Like so many independent musicians, for years I struggled to get traction in the traditional...

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Sync Licensing Explained in Under 5 Minutes!

Brevity is a skill, which is why I have an immense amount of respect for Michael Warner and the...

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How Do You Get into the Inner Circle?

So many musicians, especially when they're just starting out in their careers, have goals of...

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CASE STUDY: Your Top 4 Sync Questions Answered

In this lesson, Isha addresses some of the questions he received related to his song Hiding in...

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Writing Music for Film and TV Placements

In this interview with Multi-Grammy Award Winning and #1 Hit Songwriter/Producer Seth Mosley we...

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With Every Musician Trying to License their Songs, Is There Any Money to be Made?

One question that I’m often asked is, “Is sync licensing oversaturated?” ...

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Knowing When it's Time to Pivot in Your Career

Sometimes I feel like I lead two completely separate lives. 

To a large community of...

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Songwriting Splits: How to Avoid one of the Most Costly Mistakes You Can Make
It's great to get together with collaborators and songwriting partners,  write a song,...
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The Complicated World of Licensing Your Cover Songs
You've just completed a recording of one of your favorite songs.  This is a song that...
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The Magical Cue Sheet & Why It's Important to You...

Generally speaking, many writers refer to a piece of music that features vocals as a Song, while...

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Here's Why Owning Your Master Recordings is an ESSENTIAL Ingredient to Creating Long-Term, Passive Income

The income that every Sync License generates is divided into two halves:

  1. 50%...
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