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New Music Industry: How to Make Money in the ‘New Music Industry’ Training Event

How to Make Money in the ‘New Music Industry’ by the Computer Music Production School

The Computer Music Production School is announcing a new training event titled ‘How to Make Money in the New Music Industry’. Topics include the new music industry model and how independent artists to music enthusiasts can make money doing what they love, music.

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How to Make Money in the New Music Industry

The Computer Music Production School is announcing a training event titled ‘How to Make Money in the New Music Industry’. The event for musicians will teach attendees ‘the ropes’ of the new music industry including discussions on how to generate passive and multiple streams of income, how artists and musicians can master their skills as an entrepreneur and how to gain exposure with the right people working for their team.

In 1999, when a ‘new technology’ called Napster was introduced to the world, die-hard fans no longer waited on record labels for a year or longer to hear new music from their favorite artists. Napster provided live concerts, rare or international versions and unreleased music via an illegal peer-to-peer file sharing service. While the world was being changed by Napster’s new possibilities, the legal battles were just getting started for the company founded by Shawn Fanning, John Fanning and Sean Parker. In 2000, Metallica and Dr. Dre filed lawsuits followed by A&M Records leading to the shutdown of the Napster service in July of 2001.

Only two years after the fall of Napster, Apple launched the iTunes store in 2003 and permanently changed the music industry. Introducing MP3 singles for $0.99, Apple quickly became the number one music retailer in the United States and also introduced the slow decline of the old music industry model.

After a decade of the continuing stagnation of the ‘old music industry’, there is new found hope. The world is more passionate about listening to music than ever. There is a surge of growth in new, legal, innovations and subscription services to provide music content to fans. Any music style, mashup, remix, mixtape, live concert, rare or unreleased tracks a consumer could ever want is within a mouse click away. Despite the economy, year after year, download purchases are up while CD album sales are down.

The ‘New Music Industry’ began to rise on the coat tails of excitement stirred with the many possibilities introduced by Napster. When the rise of Napster took the world by surprise, some critics would say the old music industry is dead. Many independent artists agree. With the costs of music equipment continuing to drop, the advances in quality of technology, and social media bringing connections directly to artists, the tables have turned.

Today, the emerging new music industry model requires better quality music from artists and better quality service and subscription models for the die-hard music fan. With the old music industry’s delayed response to provide their consumer fan base with music how they want it, forward-thinking technology companies bridged the gap and have paved the way towards the new music industry model. This model combined with the social media movement brings new freedom and creativity to artists and could potentially close the door to gatekeepers or those wishing to control the entertainment world.

How to Make Money in the ‘New Music Industry’ Training Event:
During the event, independent artists to music enthusiasts will learn how to turn doing what they love into lucrative music success. The event features music production and recording expert, Edward Unger who has worked in the New Music Industry for over 14 years. When it all began “..I started a recording studio, music production and recording curriculum and partnered in creating gotchanoddin.com, (a sound design service for music producers). A year later I quit my day job.” stated Edward Unger, owner of the Computer Music Production School in a recent announcement.

Event Topics:
-How artists can generate passive and multiple streams of income with their music.
-How artists and musicians can master their skills as an entrepreneur.
-How artists can gain exposure with the right people on their team

Register and View the Training Event Webinar:
How to Make Money in the New Music Industry

About:
The Computer Music Production School is a full fledged Music Production and Audio Recording School for the creative artist, music producer, recording engineer, record label and entrepreneur teaching students the new music industry model and how to make money with their craft.

Founded in Atlanta, Georgia, the Computer Music Production School has been working with Blue Sound Studios and GotchaNoddin.com, hosted songwriting seminars, classroom, in studio training and has worked out of Atlanta and Miami with clients based in New York, California, Atlanta, Miami, Fort Lauderdale, France, London, China, Ghana, Germany, Bermuda, Norway, Japan, Taiwan and more.

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