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New Video: Ten Tips For Licensing More Music

Posted by Aaron Davison on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, In : April 2014 
In this video, I discuss ten ways you can license more of your music, more often.

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New Podcast: How To Get Your Music On MTV And Nickelodeon With Iridesense

Posted by Aaron Davison on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, In : April 2014 

In the latest episode of my podcast I speak with Tara Eberle Drouin from the band Iridesense about how they’ve been able to license their music on channels like MTV, Nickelodeon and more.



 
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New Podcast: Finding The Right Connections To License Your Music

Posted by Aaron Davison on Monday, April 21, 2014, In : April 2014 
In the latest episode of "Music, Money And Life" I talk with Canadian based musician Mike Goudreau about how he's been able to license his music in a diverse range of projects, including shows on CBS, ABC, HBO, TBS, TNT and more!



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Writing Music For Commercials

Posted by Aaron Davison on Saturday, April 12, 2014, In : April 2014 


The following is an interview with commercial music composer Doug Hall.  Doug has been in the business of writing music for commercials for 30 years and has scored music for a diverse range of clients, including Burger King, Calvin Klein, Chase, Citibank, Coca Cola, Compaq, Dell, Dodge, Fed Ex, Ford, Land Rover, Nabisco, The New York Times, Nike, Visa and many more.  His music has also been heard in feature films, prime time TV and major label recordings.

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Is Your Music Ready To Be Pitched?

Posted by Aaron Davison on Thursday, April 10, 2014, In : April 2014 

Let’s face it.  There’s a lot of music out there.  It seems like everybody either is a “musician” or knows someone who is a “musician” these days.  Recording technology has become so affordable that a lot of people are “throwing their hat in the ring” when it comes to making music.  For the most part, this is a great thing.  The barrier to entry has become much lower when it comes to making and selling music and is allowing many musicians that never would have had the opportun...


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