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The Latest Tunecore Business Model Is Much Better For Artists

New Tunecore business model is better for artists on the Music 3.0 blog

Many artists use Tunecore to distribute their music, but most have griped about the cost, which is more expensive than the competition. The platform is trying hard to change that with the introduction of its new “Unlimited Release Pricing Plans,” a big change in the Tunecore business model that’s more in-line with competitors like Distrokid. […]

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Picking A Social Media Manager, Gibson Guitars Are Dad Rock, And Kali Audio Execs On My Latest Podcast

Nate Baglyos and Charles Sprinkle of Kali Audio on Episode 422 of Bobby Owsinski's Inner Circle Podcast

My guests on the podcast this week are director of marketing Nate Baglyos and director of acoustics Charles Sprinkle of the speaker manufacturer Kali Audio. Both held executive positions at JBL before joining forces to start the company. Kali studio monitors are built to offer the best possible value to its customers, while providing high-performance […]

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Distrokid Launching New DistroVid Video Distribution Platform

Distrokid launches video distribution service DistroVid post on the Music 3.0 blog

Just like your music, you want your videos to be available on every video platform. What you don’t want is the lengthy hassle of individually uploading a video to each platform. Although there are some services that do that now (Symphonic, Vidispine), most are pretty expensive, especially if you’re uploading multiple videos. Music distribution platform […]

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The 5th Edition Of The Mixing Engineer’s Handbook Is Now Available At A Special Price

The Mixing Engineer's Handbook 5th edition is now available - post on Bobby Owsinski's Music Production Blog

I’m really pleased to announce that the The Mixing Engineer’s Handbook 5th edition is now available, and at a special introductory price. Mixing continues to evolve and this latest version reflects all the recent changes in our technology and studio operating methods. What’s New Some of the brand new topics include: Three new mix build […]

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Spotify Playlist Hijacking Is Another Blow To Artists Trying To Make Money

Spotify playlist hijacking post on the Music 3.0 blog

As if it wasn’t already hard enough to make money from Spotify plays, there’s yet another impediment to indie artists making an honest buck on the platform – playlist hijacking. Imagine that you have a playlist that you painstakingly curated, selecting each song purposefully and carefully, when all of a sudden a song that you […]

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