Tips for Songwriters: Prepare your songs to show to artists

Cliff Goldmacher is a songwriter/engineer/producer/author and owner of recording studios in Nashville and New York City.  Download Cliff’s free e-book, “The Songwriter’s Guide To Recording Professional Demos” As a result of recording and producing hundreds of demos, I’ve learned that it is always better to “prepare and prevent” than to “repair and repent.” Here are … Continue reading Tips for Songwriters: Prepare your songs to show to artists

Songs in movies, TV shows, and ads: How do the licenses work?

George Howard is the former president of Rykodisc. He currently advises numerous entertainment and non-entertainment firms and individuals. Additionally, he is the Executive Editor of Artists House Music and is a Professor and Executive in Residence in the college of Business Administration at Loyola, New Orleans. He is most easily found on Twitter at: twitter.com/gah650 … Continue reading Songs in movies, TV shows, and ads: How do the licenses work?

Q&A with Charlie Degenhart

There’s a new EP in town that’s sure to get you groovin’. With a full sound and a whole lot of soul, Charlie Degenhart’s music can’t help but makes you feel good. This week COREnered is flying out to Nashville to talk with Degenhart about how life inspires his sound, and he lets us in … Continue reading Q&A with Charlie Degenhart

Tips to Sell More Music Online: Blog Promotion

 MP3 Blogs can cause significant music and gig ticket sales There are currently tens of thousands of MP3 Blogs with more springing up each day. If the MP3 blog community embraces your band, you could potentially have thousands of them talking about you and providing MP3s of your songs to hundreds of thousands of music … Continue reading Tips to Sell More Music Online: Blog Promotion