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Berklee Music Business Handbook Vol.2

Berklee Music Business Handbook Vol.2

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Berklee Music Business Handbook Vol.2
Berklee Music Business Handbook Vol.2

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BUSINESS
HANDBOOKVOL2
3 
THE FUTURE OF MUSIC 
 DAVE KUSEK
 
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FROM THE ONLINE COURSE
MUSIC PUBLISHING 101
 by
ERIC BEALL
 
11
FROM THE ONLINE COURSE
CONCERT TOURING 
 by
JOHN CZAJKOWSKI & JEFF DORENFELD
 
14
FROM THE ONLINE COURSE
COPYRIGHT LAW 
 by
ALLEN BARGFREDE
 
17
FROM THE ONLINE COURSE
MUSIC MARKETING 101
 by
JON VANHALA
 
20
FROM THE ONLINE COURSE
MUSIC INDUSTRY ENTREPRENEURSHIP 
 by
PETER GOTCHER
 
24
FROM THE ONLINE COURSE
ONLINE MUSIC MARKETING 
 by
MIKE KING
 
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Dave Kusek is Vice President at Berklee College o Music and CEO oBerkleemusic.com,Berklee’s online school. Kusek was a co-developer o the revolutionary Musical InstrumentDigital Interace (MIDI), co-inventor o the frst electronic drums at Synare, and ounder oPassport Designs, the frst music sotware company. He authored the online course
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 THE 10-STEP PROCESS TOSONGWRITING
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I you are a recording artist or a managerand have been distributing music on iTunesunder a deal with one o the big recordlabels, pay attention.F.B.T. Productions in Detroit, the pro-ducers who helped Eminem achieve hissuccess are paving theway via a lawsuit againstUniversal Music and others,to larger payouts or digitalmusic sales via iTunes andother digital services bothpast and uture. This eortcould unleash literally bil-lions o dollars in unpaid roy-alties or recording artists.How much money is atstake here?This chart rom Asymco,shows the accumulated pay-ments made to suppliers ocontent to the iTunes store over time. Youcan see that the total amounts paid to therecord labels can be approximated at $12billion dollars since the launch o iTunesthrough the frst quarter o 2011.That would imply that the gross amountsSource: Asymco

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