The Best Way to Learn Music Business and Management
For a university degree program, you could be spending four years in a classroom as a music business major. And while it’s important for music business students to have a good understanding of copyrights, contracts, agreements, and legal issues, they should also have an understanding of the industry as a whole.
If you’re thinking of joining the industry in any capacity, you might consider applying to a music school of business but top music business schools in Los Angeles or New York are either too far away or too expensive. This is where Recording Connection can help.
BROWSE COURSE OUTLINE
We break down the music business and all its unique aspectsView Course
We learn about the role A&R plays in the music businessView Course
We break down the importance of marketing and its role in the music business.View Course
We learn the importance of publicity and its role in the music business.View Course
We'll learn to understand promotions role for a record labelView Course
Learn the role of the sales department within a record label.View Course
Learn the role of the legal department within a record label.View Course
Learn the role of music publishers in the music businessView Course
Learn the role of artist managers in the music businessView Course
Learn the role of a Songwriter and Producer Manager in the music businessView Course
We officially assess your knowledge and make sure you’re learning the ins and outs of the music businessView Course
We learn the importance of the creative process in the music business and how it affects your connections.View Course
Gain key training on understanding the importance of a well-executed artist contractView Course
Learn about the various types of agreements within the music businessView Course
Learn the importance of Social Media and its role within the music businessView Course
Learn about copyright within the music business.View Course
We look at the many tools and services available today through which artists and record labels are able to monetize music.View Course
In this chapter, we’re getting into the principles of merchandising so that you’ll know what it takes to be a revenue-generating superstar.View Course
We’ll discuss the main PROs in the U.S., as well as copyright registration for musical compositions.View Course
We asses all the information and knowledge you've learned over the last 20 weeks with your final exam.View Course
Our Music Business School is the Best Way to Learn
There are any number of careers you can pursue in music, even if your musical ability is next to nil. Many of those in other walks of life often come to music looking for a change of pace or to fulfill their dreams of becoming part of the music industry. Lawyers, accountants, and other business professionals find their talents translate rather well.
As an agent, music publisher, manager, or other “non-creative,” having a business background will help with the myriad of tasks you’re responsible for. Of course, anyone that’s spent any time working in the industry knows there are creative solutions to almost any issue with marketing, promotion, distribution, and other aspects of the business.
So who better to learn the business side of things than someone who’s working in the industry today? Recording Connection mentors understand how to keep a business up and running, how to ensure all agreements are locked in, and how to protect the intellectual property of their clients.