Tag: Arts and Entertainment

Music Supervision : Iconic TV Music Moments

Music Supervision :: The Art of Creating Iconic TV Moments

How music supervisors create iconic TV moments Music Supervision was just recognized by the Emmys for the first time ever. Here’s how it works. Reese Witherspoon on HBO’s Big Little Lies, whose music supervisor Susan Jacobs recently won the first-ever Emmy for Music Supervision. HBO When Susan Jacobs took home the first-ever Outstanding Music Supervision Emmy Award at […]

Music You Hear In Chipotle

This Man Chooses The Music You Hear In Chipotle’s 1,400 Restaurants

Nearly one million people listen to the music in Chipotle restaurants each day, but most have never heard of the DJ.       That person is Chris Golub, the founder of Studio Orca, a company that creates music playlists for hospitality and retail businesses. Chipotle is Studio Orca’s largest client, in terms of number of […]

13 Reasons You Need your own Band Website

Band Website : 13 Reasons You Need Your Own

Having a professional website makes it look like you’re serious about your art Many people pass through our site and our office and tell us that they don’t have a band website. It upsets us. We’ve written about it before here, but I want to go into a little more detail so that we can try and […]

Licensing Music

4 Music Licensing Tips for the Independent Artist

Music Licensing Tips: How to Negotiate Licensing as an Independent artist The “new music industry” has arrived, and it’s constantly emerging and bringing with it exciting new opportunities. The Internet/digital age has revolutionized the music industry, particularly for independent artists and labels. Since there is so much happening, it may be overwhelming and hard to […]

Song Writers :: Follow Up + Follow Through

3 Ways it Pays for Song Writers to Follow Through

Songwriting is art.  Like all art, songs require a healthy dose of inspiration which is nearly impossible to predict or control. In that way, the spark that results in the creation of a song is a gift, but the rest of the process is nothing more (or less) than good, old-fashioned work.  By following through […]

Why Most Musicians Aren’t Successful

Written by Aaron Davison | How to License Your Music As a musician, are you doing everything you can to make money with your music?  Are you ready to take your music and career to the next level? If you’re not then I would suggest you stop reading this section right now and delete it, because you aren’t going […]