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UK Music Forums - Music Industry Chat http://www.music.uk/forums/ Discuss all things related to the music industry here en Sun, 22 Jul 2018 06:41:52 GMT vBulletin 60 http://www.music.uk/forums/images/misc/rss.png UK Music Forums - Music Industry Chat http://www.music.uk/forums/ UK Artists, could you help me with some research please? http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/248987-UK-Artists-could-you-help-me-with-some-research-please?goto=newpost Wed, 26 Jun 2013 23:46:44 GMT Hi Guys,

My name is Steven and I'm in the process of setting up a small business aimed at helping the Independent music community. I'm conducting some market research to analyse the online promotional habits of UK Artists, in particular the way in which the services provided by the various social networks are leveraged.

I'd appreciate it very much, if you could possibly take 5 minutes out of your day to complete a short survey for me? There's also a chance of winning a £10 iTunes voucher. if your interested, send me a Message as i'm not yet allowed to post a link.

Alternatively, reply to this thread with information about the types of promotion you do online. Any and all information you could provide me with would be awesome.


I really appreciate your help ]]>
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<![CDATA[Hyponik presents: Clouds 'Ghost System Rave' Album Launch Party]]> http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/248810-Hyponik-presents-Clouds-Ghost-System-Rave-Album-Launch-Party?goto=newpost Fri, 10 May 2013 12:50:17 GMT Clouds-Facebook-banner.jpg

As part of Turbo Recordings' 'New Jack Techno' fraternity, 21 and 22 year old Scots Calum Macleod and Liam Robertson, aka Clouds, represent a young, exciting force in the future of techno. The pair stepped onto the scene in 2010, gaining the honour of the first release on Fake Blood's newly formed Blood Music imprint, and their tough, electro-leaning style quickly caught the ear of Tiga. In the time since the boys have notched up releases on both Turbo and its sister label Twin Turbo. Now firmly in the realms of driving and inventive club techno, Clouds have gained the support of many scene heavyweights, from Richie Hawtin and Marcel Dettmann to the Chemical Brothers and Boys Noize and with material forthcoming this year on Gary Beck's new 'Overlee Assembly' imprint.

2013 also sees the release of their debut LP 'Ghosts System Rave', a 14-track album recorded in a barn in the Scottish highlands and due for release June 10th on Turbo. To mark the occasion Clouds will be throwing a launch party in conjunction with Hyponik, at Basing House, Shoreditch on June 15th. Joining them is a selection of the UK's young techno elite, with Tessela's broken bass excursions complemented by the abrasive sounds of Pennyroyal signee and fellow Turbo affiliate J.Tijn, plus the debut show from Civil Music upstart Ore.


Line-up /
Clouds

Tessela

J.Tijn

Ore (Debut Set)

Event
RA Tickets: Hyponik presents: Clouds 'Ghost System Rave' Album Launch Party at Basing House, London

Clouds Hyponik mix
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Music Industry Chat Hyponik_ http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/248810-Hyponik-presents-Clouds-Ghost-System-Rave-Album-Launch-Party
Looking for some music insight from the masses! http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/248400-Looking-for-some-music-insight-from-the-masses!?goto=newpost Wed, 20 Feb 2013 13:59:22 GMT Hi guys,

I am from the United Kingdom business student, and currently doing a dissertation on whether digital piracy is the primary link towards 'declines' in the music industry as reported frequently by RIAA.

Below is a link to an online survey, should only take two mins and I would really appreciate some insight, it's really difficult to find places to share this in a diverse atmosphere!

Thank you in advance, and hey, maybe I'll spark some discussion and I'll share some stuff I've found out up to now.

surveymonkey dot com /s/5XRYTWN <<< Sorry, just registered and can't post links yet!

ABOUT THIS SURVEY: The results of this survey are to be used in a study investigating the primary link that music piracy harbours against the decline in music sales progressively since the introduction of peer-to-peer networking and other forms of digital piracy. Please answer all questions honestly, all data from participants will be kept entirely confidential and no personal information will be used. ]]>
Music Industry Chat JamieReader http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/248400-Looking-for-some-music-insight-from-the-masses!
Calling all musicians any background/age/genre http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/248233-Calling-all-musicians-any-background-age-genre?goto=newpost Tue, 29 Jan 2013 16:34:11 GMT I am new to this website and was unsure whether this is the right category to be posting this, basically I am a student who is writing a dissertation on how the internet has provided opportunities for unsigned musicians to improve their exposure/revenue. As part of the dissertation I need to... I am new to this website and was unsure whether this is the right category to be posting this, basically I am a student who is writing a dissertation on how the internet has provided opportunities for unsigned musicians to improve their exposure/revenue.

As part of the dissertation I need to collect some data, I am looking for musicians of any genre and any age to do my questionnaire. The only requirement I do have is to only respond to this survey if you make your own music, and have earned money through doing so

It is a short anonymous questionnaire and if you would like to do it please follow the below links Thank-you!

w.surveymonkey.com/s/KSD6KRV
w.surveymonkey.com/s/KS7KRQ8
w.surveymonkey.com/s/ZSJR2CM ]]>
Music Industry Chat Slatersam1117 http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/248233-Calling-all-musicians-any-background-age-genre
song rights question http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/247971-song-rights-question?goto=newpost Wed, 09 Jan 2013 11:16:21 GMT I think I know the answer to this but need confirmation.... Our band made 2 albums but only the first was released. We are no longer signed to the record company. We were signed to a different publishing company and are still members of PRS. Q: If we wanted to re-record any of the songs... I think I know the answer to this but need confirmation....

Our band made 2 albums but only the first was released.
We are no longer signed to the record company.
We were signed to a different publishing company and are still members of PRS.

Q: If we wanted to re-record any of the songs from those albums
we would be free to do this as the record company only owns the recordings
They do not own the songs so we would be free to re-record and release any of them again.

Obviously the record company spent money promoting us but they would not have the power to recoup any of that money via the sales of our re-recorded songs.

Is that correct?

thanks
Pete ]]>
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Pay to Enter Competition http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/247762-Pay-to-Enter-Competition?goto=newpost Sun, 30 Dec 2012 11:20:54 GMT received a press release a couple of days ago from a beat sample website that is about to launch. to launch the site with a BOOM, they are putting on a comp... sounds good yeah? standard practice to gain eyes to the website... only thing is, WE HAVE TO PAY TO ENTER... would you pay for such... received a press release a couple of days ago from a beat sample website that is about to launch.

to launch the site with a BOOM, they are putting on a comp... sounds good yeah? standard practice to gain eyes to the website... only thing is, WE HAVE TO PAY TO ENTER...

would you pay for such a prize of headphones(generic), software(generic) or musical instruments(generic)

the only thing i would say to this website is you are almost doing it right... just don't ask people to pay for the privilege.

what do you think? ]]>
Music Industry Chat matthewearly84 http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/247762-Pay-to-Enter-Competition
hello, I’ve been using music practice software http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/247585-hello-I’ve-been-using-music-practice-software?goto=newpost Fri, 14 Dec 2012 06:31:05 GMT hello, I’ve been using music practice software since I’ve started known music, but cannot find any pointing option in my music software granary. Is there any such software that I can get here? hello, I’ve been using music practice software since I’ve started known music, but cannot find any pointing option in my music software granary. Is there any such software that I can get here? ]]> Music Industry Chat johan.jack http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/247585-hello-I’ve-been-using-music-practice-software My songwriting and I. http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/247485-My-songwriting-and-I?goto=newpost Wed, 05 Dec 2012 17:37:55 GMT Hi, I'm Maria. I am 13 years old and from Northern Ireland. I love to sing and write songs. I just want someone to notice me, to tell me what the next step from here is, to even offer to listen to my songs and give me advice, it could be anyone, a record label, an artist or an ordinary person. You probably think i'm just a girl who wants fame, but i'm so much more. I have always loved singing, and it's what I want to do. (I love acting also, but anyway.) Please reply if you are interested, it would mean a lot.
Thank you for your time.
Maria x ]]>
Music Industry Chat MariaD13 http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/247485-My-songwriting-and-I
I need better performance in future with helping software http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/247482-I-need-better-performance-in-future-with-helping-software?goto=newpost Wed, 05 Dec 2012 11:11:15 GMT I need better performance in future with helping software. This is really important for me. Any suggestions will be appreciated please. I need better performance in future with helping software. This is really important for me. Any suggestions will be appreciated please. ]]> Music Industry Chat andrewjames2 http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/247482-I-need-better-performance-in-future-with-helping-software MIC Taiwan: Discussing the Future Of Taiwan Music In The World http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/247417-MIC-Taiwan-Discussing-the-Future-Of-Taiwan-Music-In-The-World?goto=newpost Thu, 29 Nov 2012 16:51:25 GMT Taiwan is a country that has consistently pulled above its weight, and it's culture is no exception. While there are only 23 million inhabitants living in this sub-tropical island, Taiwan is Greater China's (Mainland, Hong Kong & Taiwan) culture superpower with revenues from domestic TV, film and pop music industries reaching US$45 billion in 2009. Its dominance of the pop music industry has produced the sector's top earning stars such as Jolin, A-Mei and Jay Chow, with over 85% of the music listened to in Greater China being produced in Taiwan.

While Taiwan is not alone in culturally pulling-above-its-weight on the world stage - think Canada, Sweden and South Korea - it finds itself facing some unique challenges in an increasingly competitive environment. Taiwan has always had to compete with Japanese Pop culture since the 70s, however, now Korean Pop (K-Pop) has grown within East and South East Asia's cross-regional musical phenomena. This has pushed countries across the region, notably Singapore and China, to invest in developing their soft power, ie., global cultural reach.

But it is the Mainland that presents the greatest challenges and opportunities for Taiwan. Take just one statistic - a survey in 2011 found that Taiwan had 2.9 million smartphone users, however, China is estimated to have 100 times as many users and continues to grow rapidly. 2013 is also likely to be a landmark year for China's music industry as the government is to begin rolling out a new model to clamp down on piracy and track usage, enabling royalty payments to creators. As one expert consulting the Chinese government on digital music standards recently told me, "Perhaps next year, music will no longer be free in China." This tremendous opportunity, of course, also presents Taiwan with its greatest challenge of holding its lead in the sector as the Mainland's music industry inevitably develops.


MIC Taiwan Speakers

This was the context for the Music Industry Conference (MIC) Taiwan held at the Sunworld Dynasty Hotel in November. Since 2010, Taiwan's Government Information Office has been increasing its support of Taiwan artists performing in the West. MIC, on the other hand, gathered international expertise for an open discussion on key issues to form the building blocks of Taiwan pop music's international development, including:

* Artistic collaboration between Taiwanese and Western artists, from songwriting and co-production, to live events and touring.
* Investments in music education and curriculum, particularly of music professionals through training and certification
* Digital platform: mobile & web audiovisual stream business collaboration


Wow! Even my Chinese name is long.

I had the opportunity to participate in several of the panels, so I wanted to share some of my takeaways from the forum.

I often have "discussions" with individuals knowledgeable about Asian Pop as to its potential crossover in the West. While Psy on the surface appears to bolster that potential (Billboard's Rob Schwartz laid out an interesting 5 step plan Psy would need to take to go from fad to star in the US), I still contend that Asian and Western Pop are very different animals and not very translatable in the respective markets. Even in Asia, Western Pop lags far behind K-Pop, J-Pop and C-Pop (with the exception of the Philippines where US Pop is dominant).

As such, if Taiwanese acts want to branch out internationally, collaborating with their Western counterparts will be key. First off, they need to come equipped with English songs. Apart from the odd exception ("88 Luftballons" in my day), Americans just don't get down with foreign-language lyrics. K-Pop has understood this and is responding with English-language releases in 2013 from major acts like The Wonder Girls.


MIC Taiwan speakers meeting with Minitry of Culuture Official

But this demands research and collaborating with the right people. Iggy Dahl and Hayden Bell, one of the most successful European songwriting duos in Asia noted at the conference the amount of time and research invested in understanding the difference between Asian and Western pop song structure. The same would be true for Taiwanese performing artists wanting to release music in the US.

A particularly untaped and challenging sector is the live music market. Having myself promoted several Taiwanese showcases in New York and Paris, I can attest to the potential audiences from the Chinese expat and immigrant community. But in order to go beyond those niche audiences (and the casinos of Atlantic City and Mohegan), Taiwanese acts will have to develop a broad collaborative strategy with their Western counterparts, from recordings and music videos to live production - what I would call an integrated collaborative strategy.


Simple Plan with Kelly Cha

The opportunity for Western acts are potentially even bigger as this would provide them with relatively easy access to the Chinese market. I gave at the conference the example of Simple Plan, which put together different versions of their song "Jet Lag" with other female stars from around the world, including a Chinese version with Kelly Cha.

Of course, the ability of Taiwanese artists (or those from other nationalities) to monetize their success in China has been problematic. While Taiwan artists account for over 70% of ticket sales in the Mainland, digital piracy has stunted their true earnings potential. While they dominate the world's largest music market by listeners, they have relatively little to show for it in sales or royalties - thus the interest in Western markets such as the US.

While things on the copyright side in China are improving, we've long learned in the US that it is striking the right business/user model that leads to success and revenues (see Apple). Several speakers, including Ed Yen from the Pop Music Project Office and a-Peer Holding Group CEO Thomas Olscheske, noted new policies by the Chinese government that will lay the foundation for a legal digital music market to develop. Bill Zang, the chairman of the China Music Industry Committee and VP of Shanghai Synergy Culture & Entertainment Group, emphasized the agreements his group achieved with several of the major digital stakeholders (both online and mobile) allowing them to provide full transparency for copyright holders - a constant complaint for international artists trying to figure out their royalties.

But Ed Yen explained how transparency goes well beyond royalty payments. Locked in that data are the keys to identifying emerging talent, providing it with the proper direction driven by real market data that consequently will be attractive to advertisers and brands. Importantly, this would also be the first global platform allowing brands to leverage campaigns on a worldwide scale. Imagine an A-Mei-Coldplay World Tour, sponsored by Perrier, with digital assets beamed worldwide to fans through the leading digital platform, its usage monitored and analyzed for the benefit of the sponsor, and thus better monetized by the artists.

Finally, an industry is only as good as the people that make it. It is the aspirations and hard work not only of the talent, but professionals that support and nurture them that create a thriving industry. So let me start by sharing a disturbing statistic: the proportion of Taiwanese music students that are eventually employed in a music-related industry is only 30%. This is to some extent because a music industry career was traditionally built on climbing the ladder from the bottom (roadie, DJ,...) rather than getting a degree. In our industry, we've largely learned by doing - the more we do, the more we learn, the higher we climb the ladder.

In the US, while music business/management as well as audio engineering programs have blossomed, schools from Berklee to Full Sail have also emphasized continuing education and career development. Full Sail reports that career placement rates range by degree from 70-97%. But as ex-Pink Floyd manager and IMMF Founder Peter Jenner noted, "I'm afraid of certifications and degrees." While investments in education are essential, aspiring music professionals need to embrace the indie's DIY credo, go beyond education and get their hand dirty in the field. As such, where education can be the most effective is where it melds academics with real-life professional experience. ]]>
Music Industry Chat dengelmusic http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/247417-MIC-Taiwan-Discussing-the-Future-Of-Taiwan-Music-In-The-World
Delete my account http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/247311-Delete-my-account?goto=newpost Mon, 19 Nov 2012 18:13:43 GMT Delete my account Delete my account ]]> Music Industry Chat SamShields88 http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/247311-Delete-my-account Protecting your health as a musician http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/247279-Protecting-your-health-as-a-musician?goto=newpost Mon, 19 Nov 2012 11:24:23 GMT How to help protect your health as a musician. (http://www.musicianwages.com/how-to-help-protect-your-health-as-a-musician/) How to help protect your health as a musician. ]]> Music Industry Chat SafeandSound http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/247279-Protecting-your-health-as-a-musician Music Event http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/246931-Music-Event?goto=newpost Thu, 11 Oct 2012 17:42:11 GMT Hi people,

I'm looking at organsing a big charity music event in 2014. I'm trying to make a list of things I need to cover any advice would be grand

Here is the list

Artist
Location (including public transport)
Date / time
Staging
Security
Catering
Ticketing
Insurance
Clear up
Local council / police
Advertising
Catering for artists
Accommodation for staging

Thanks for the help.

I know a couple of people who are helping to guide me but I wish to get as much done as I can ]]>
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Tips for become a recording studio session musician http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/246917-Tips-for-become-a-recording-studio-session-musician?goto=newpost Wed, 10 Oct 2012 15:22:23 GMT A session musician typically plays for multiple bands and artists. Many musicians dream of becoming a session musician, sitting in on cool gigs, travelling with different outfits and generally being respected by their peers. As you can imagine, session musicians need to be able to play many... A session musician typically plays for multiple bands and artists. Many musicians dream of becoming a session musician, sitting in on cool gigs, travelling with different outfits and generally being respected by their peers.

As you can imagine, session musicians need to be able to play many styles of music and need to be proficient in all of them. But what does it take to be a session musician?

Be solid

Session musicians must be solid players. Yes, crazy skilled technique is important but 99% of your jobs will require you to “hold it down”. There is nothing nicer for a band leader than to know the guy he just pulled in to play in his band won't let them down. If you want to be a session player, you must be the guy who other can depend on to not screw up … ever!

Know when (and when not) to charge

All talented and experienced musicians should be paid for their work. However, sometimes the odd free session can pay back ten fold. If, for example a busy music producer has just paid you for a recording session and asks you to lay a quick idea down as a favour, you might want to do that.

I remember asking a guitarist to do just that for me about five years ago and he openly agreed, no talk of publishing or lawyers getting involved, just two musicians “on a level”. I was grateful for his time and was able to provide him with about 60 paid record studio sessions over the next three years through our busy London recording studio, applebeam.com

Of course, he was a great player, solid and easy to work with which made it easy for me to take him on as my main session player, but the fact that he was open to doing a free session went a long way.
I am not suggesting you work for free all the time, but if you are already at a session or nearby and it's not too much hassle, then be open to the idea. Amateur musicians work for free all the time, they have to, but experience musicians tend to close off completely which (sometimes) doesn't pay off.

Speak producer language

I was a session drummer for 10 years and it wasn't until the last 4 years that I really made an effort to learn to communicate with producers. Man, I wish I have learned this sooner because producers (like musical directors) have a lot of connections and can provide a lot of work. Producers will (naturally) prefer to work with session musicians that can quickly communicate ideas that make sense to them. Even very simple stuff like asking to overdub on a new channel or “drop in” will show the producer that you know your stuff.

Never, ever be late!

I don't need to say anything here. Just be on time all the time for every gig, recording or rehearsal.

“Get familiar with the unfamiliar”

As a session musician you will be asked to perform all over the place. During my career as a session drummer I played in prisons, church’s, Glastonbury and other huge festivals, clubs, pubs … you name it.

It is worth getting know how it feel and sounds playing in as many different venues. Can you handle the echo when playing in a big hall? What about when you can't hear the monitors on a big festival stage? If there is anyway available to you to experience these different scenarios then grab the opportunity because as a session musician you have to be solid no matter where you end up performing!

Don't debate!

If you are recording or rehearsing a song it is well worth voicing those ideas. Putting good ideas forward is appreciated greatly by most band/project leaders. However, try and avoid a “debate” over musical issues. Even if you KNOW your ideas are better than the existing ideas, it's almostg always best to sit back a little and not get too worked up about them.

Too many times, session musicians come over as arrogant or aggressive when in fact they are simply more experienced and passionate. Remember, you are there to make the band leaders vision a reality and if you do that he will book you again and he'll gain trust in your ideas as time goes on.

That's it. I wish you luck in your journey as a session musician. If you play in a band you can submit music to industry pros over at audiorokit.co.uk, plus find session work there sometimes also. ]]>
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Arts and Music Teacher Training - Music Teacher in 24weeks http://www.music.uk/forums/showthread.php/246785-Arts-and-Music-Teacher-Training-Music-Teacher-in-24weeks?goto=newpost Mon, 01 Oct 2012 12:02:30 GMT ARTS AND MUSIC LEADER TRAINING Train as a community music teacher and gain a City and Guilds PTLLS qualification - Gain a City and Guilds PTLLS (preparing to teach in the lifelong learning sector) qualification - Gain workshop leading skills - Study teaching and learning theory - Design your... ARTS AND MUSIC LEADER TRAINING
Train as a community music teacher and gain a City and Guilds PTLLS qualification
- Gain a City and Guilds PTLLS (preparing to teach in the lifelong learning sector) qualification
- Gain workshop leading skills
- Study teaching and learning theory
- Design your own teaching materials and resources
- Entry based on experience and motivation
- Previous qualifications not essential
- Trained specialist tutors
- Small class sizes

What‚ is it all about?

The Arts and Music Leader Training Course is a unique opportunity for those with a background in Music and/or Arts to gain in depth knowledge, practical experience and a qualification in teaching for the life long learning sector. CM is one of the pioneers of the community music sector, working innovatively and successfully in the field for over 25 years. Throughout its history CM has been committed to the training and professional development of its music tutors as part of its goal for quality and equality of opportunity in making and learning about music. The Course is aimed at those who want to develop a career in community music and arts leadership and requires a certain level of application and commitment from students if they are to gain the qualification and get the most out of the programme. Successful completion of the course will equip students to plan and lead quality music workshops and lessons and to operate professionally within different educational contexts and community arts setting. Those who complete the course find work in different settings including schools, further education and adult colleges, community music/arts projects and a wide variety of organisations working cross the social, arts and charitable spectrum.

Website Link for more information.
cmsounds dot com ]]>
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