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Artist Development And Music Business

This course is set out in a way where you’ll have a REAL structure. You’ll learn in a way that isn’t overwhelming for you. Each module will be taught to you in a way where you can easily apply this course to your music career.

It is important to us that you understand and learn in a way that helps you progress.

Our students see a minimum of a 400% increase in Fans, Streams, and Social Media engagement in the first four weeks, BUT they start seeing results within 24 to 48 hours WHEN they follow our program.

Benefits of joining The Academy

Mentoring, you’ll be able to call or text us whenever you need us to help, so if you find anything a little confusing, we’re here to help by phone, we understand everyone is different. We need to be able to assist you with any problems you’re having. Mentoring isn’t just about this course; it’s about your mental health, always here to help. 

Hundreds of FREE Spotify Playlists.

Get cheaper Copyrights.

We bring the Cost of Copyrights down by 98.18%

We help with Promotion for FREE.

Have your music sent to Major Radio Stations at no cost for possible plays.

Have your music sent to major media outlets like Complex, MTV, Billboard, and more for FREE every Monday. Stop getting scammed for this on social media.

Music Business:

Learning music business will take your knowledge to new heights about how the business works, without this you’ll never understand the business and how to take your music career where you want it to go.

You’ll be learning everything that follows and more.

01: Social media management.

02: Time management.

03: Music theory.

04: How to build a fan base.

05: How to read and use Social media analytics.

06: How to read and you stream in analytics.

07: Google knowledge panel.

08: Radio submissions.

09: Press releases.

10: Label submissions.

11: Electronic press kits.

12: Taxes.

13: Entertainment law.

14: Brand to business.

15: Merchandising for releases.

16: The Billboard charts.

17: iTunes music charts.

18: Copyrighting.

19: Music licensing.

20: Publishing.

21: Music royalties.

22: Trademarking.

23: How the streaming world works.

24: What a 360 deal really is.

25: Product placement.

26: Starting your own publishing company.

27: How songs money.

28: How songwriters make money.

29: How music producers make money.

30: How Ad units work (Facebook, Instagram, Google, YouTube, Twitter)

31: Branding.

32: SEO.

33: Marketing.

34: How to pre-release your music.

35: Keeping your masters.

36: Legal issues with artwork.

37: Legal issues with studios.

38: Artist management.

39: Self-management.

40: Money management.

41: Music masters.

42: Setting up a tour.

43: Budgeting cost.

44: Bookings.

45: Spotting scams.

46: Sample clearances.

47: Mixing and mastering.

And a lot more, OVER 100 THINGS.

Artist development course:

Artist Development is everything when it comes to developing yourself as a profession artist, without it you’ll never grow to your full potential.

You’ll be learning everything that follows and more.

1: Developing talent.

2: Skills.

3: Vocal training.

4: Vocal care.

5: Performance.

6: Songwriting.

7: Composition.

8: Improvisation.

9: Transportation.

10: Signature songwriting.

11: Building your artist persona.

12: Developing your shows.

13: Music marketing.

14: Social media presence.

15: Stage presence.

16: Artist branding.

And a lot more OVER 50 THINGS.

Mixing & Mastering:

Take your production/music to the next level. You’ll be learning how to get crystal clear clarity for your recordings that can make a huge difference to your mixing and mastering. Be a pro.

You’ll be learning everything that follows and more.

1: Sibilant-Free Vocal Recordings.

2: Limiter & How Do to Use Them.

3: How to Get Big Drums.

4: Reverse Reverb.

5: Haas Effect.

6: How to Use Reference Tracks.

7: Phase Cancellation.

8: Bass Compression.

9: Acoustic Guitar EQ.

10: Produce Better Music Mixing in Mono.

11: Pink Noise Mixing.

12: EQing Bass Guitar for Energy, Punch, & Clarity.

13: How to Use Autotune for Vocal Tuning.

14: Multiband Compression.

15: RIAA Curve.

16: Parallel Compression.

17: How to Compress Vocals.

18: How to EQ Vocals Professionally.

19: How to Master a Song.

20: How to Mix Vocals.

21: Noise Gate.

22: Sidechaining.

23: Sidechain Compression.

24: What is Dithering in Audio & What Does it Does.

25: Fletcher Munson Curve.

26: EQ Cheat Sheet.

27: Mix Bus Compression.

28: Studio Subwoofers.

29: Delay & Echo.

30: Subtractive EQ vs Additive EQ in Mixing.

31: Mixing with EQ: 23 EQ to Sculpt the Perfect Sounding Song.

32: Compression Myths & Mistruths.

33: Mixing with Reverb.

34: Tape Saturation.

35: Recording and Mixing Vocals – The Right Way.

36: Ear Fatigue Symptoms.

37; Audio Mixing.

38: Matching Song Levels.

39: Mix Position.

40: Mixing Bass and Kick.

41: Mixing With Headphones Versus Monitors.

42: Fundamental Audio Mixing.

43: Choosing the Digital Audio Workstation for you.

44: The Best Free Audio Editing Software.

45: Bass Traps.

46: The Benefits of Using a Scratch Track When Recording Music.

47: Spring Reverb.

48: Plate Reverb.

49: Types of Reverb & When to Use Them.

50: Reverb.

51: Audio Clipping.

52: Blown Speaker: Sounds, Symptoms, & Fixes.

53: Phantom Power.

54: The Types of Microphones & Their Uses (When & Why)

55: DIY Vocal Booth: Studio Quality Recordings on a Budget.

56: Gain vs Volume.

57: Microphone Basics.

58: How to Soundproof a Room for Studio Quality Recordings.

59: What’s the Difference Between Mixing and Mastering.

60: Studio Desk Plans – Custom Fit For Your Needs.

61: How to Achieve Low Audio Latency While Recording.

62: Gain Staging.

63: Instrument Miking.

64: How to Use a Patchbay.

65: Open Back vs Closed Back Headphones.

66: Condenser vs Dynamic Mics.

67: Headphone Amplifier.

68: Home Studio Must-Haves for Comfort & Productivity.

69: More Vocal Recording Tips.

70: Close Miking in Recording: Why, When, & How?

71: Recording Studio Cables.

72: Studio Compressor.

73: Preamplifier.

74: Headroom in Audio Recording.

75: Microphone Pickup Patterns.

76: Getting Rid of Sibilance & Plosives in Your Vocals.

77: The Microphone Proximity Effect.

78: Setting up a Home Recording Studio.

79: Acoustic Treatment Guide for Panels & Foam.

80: Recording Vocals at Home: Clean & Clear.

And a lot more, OVER 100 THINGS.

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