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MusicTank: 50% Off January Sale – MusicTank

MusicTank: 50% Off January Sale

05 Jan 2016

With time the most valuable commodity of all, why not take advantage of the following generous discounts on time-saving music industry resources and know-how?

50% Off MEMBERSHIP Until January 31st:

Become a new MusicTank member – buy half-price annual access to over 13 years of reports and  transcripts (including ‘Easy Money‘) and enjoy generous event discounts with promocode: JANSALEMEM16 for £22.50 standard, £11.25 students JANSALESTMEM16 (normal price £45 individuals/ £22.50 students)

Company, organisation or institution discounts by arrangement 
HE Special price
 until end of Jan: £399 unlimited student/staff access for your college or university
–  contact us


Archive topics include: Creators’ Rights In The Digital Landscape; Private Copy Exemption: Rightsholders And Remuneration; Moneyballing Music: Big Data, Consumers And A&R; Is Technology The New Beatles?; The Artist Economics Of Streaming; Ad-Funded Piracy; Getting Primary Tickets Back Into The Hands Of Fans; Improving The Live Experience; Can The Music Industry Afford To Go Green?; Making Available, Communication To The Public & User Interactivity; It’s Just A Click Away: How Copyright Law Is Failing Musicians;  The Dark Side Of The Tune: The Hidden Energy Cost Of Digital Music Consumption; Remake, Remodel: The Evolution of the Record Label; Let’s Sell Recorded Music!; Meet The Millennials and many more…

Becoming a member will also give you access to our earlybird members rate for our upcoming
TOUR MANAGEMENT 1 DAY COURSE

UPSKILL FOR 2016: 
The Road To Tour Management: 1 Day Course, 2016
22 Feb |10:00-18:00 | University of Westminster, Central London

ABOUT: Returning for a second consecutive year, Andy Inglis focuses on one of the most interesting, pertinent and specialised areas: Tour Management.  Whether you want to be a TM, or you’re just the only member of the band who’s got decent WiFi and can liaise with the promoters, this course will prepare you for the all the things you hadn’t thought of, and set you straight about all the things you had.
WHO IS THIS FOR?: artists, musicians and bands needing to take on tour management responsibilities OR wanting the knowledge to successfully appoint a tour manager; artist managers similarly taking on this additional role OR looking to further their knowledge in order to take on a tour manager; AND those contemplating a career as a tour manager…

For a full course overview and to book click here…
WATCH: course video summary

Earlybird rate ends 30 Jan

50% Off ‘EASY MONEY?’ Until January 31st:

Easy Money? The Definitive UK Guide To Funding Music Projects – use promocode: JANSALEGUIDE16 and save £9.99 (normal price £19.99) Including:

  • A 100-page, digital publication (specially developed to enhance time-saving even further with all resources hyper-linked & quick/accessible navigation).
  • The 6 sources of money – grants; friends and family; crowdfunding; sponsorship; debt; investment – and how to secure them
  • The 5 funding stages: idea developing; assessing; acquiring; delivering; reporting
  • An aggregated list of 100+ additional trusts and foundations that provide finance specifically to the music sector
  • Case studies from 40+ artists, managers, businesses, entrepreneurs and funders – gain insider perspectives on how to gain funding

More…

50% Off TRANSCRIPT “Creators’ Rights In The Digital Landscape” Until January 31st:

This think tank considered the pressing issue of creators’ rights and remuneration in the digital landscape. It was informed by the presentation of a paper by Fiona McGugan, which considers the evolution of communication rights that overshadow conventional distribution and reproduction rights as music consumption increasingly shifts away from ownership, towards access models of streaming services. Understanding how these rights are applied, territorial variations in the application of rights, and how licensing structures are determined according to the levels of user-interactivity of digital services lie-at the heart of possibly the single biggest issue facing the music industry in recent times – how much artists get paid.

Buy transcript here for only £9.99 (discount already applied)

 

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