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The Daily Biz – April 26th, 2020

The 800 strong National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) has sent a letter to Congress proposing solutions to address the unique and dire situation facing the industry. FIRST TO CLOSE, LAST TO OPEN – 800 Indie Music Venues Ask Gov’t For Help YouTube’s Partner Programme gives creator extra resources and features, and allows you to monetize […]

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The Daily Biz – April 25th, 2020

If you want to get a great tone, you need more than just guitar and amp, you need a well-organized pedalboard. We will take the guesswork out of putting a great pedalboard together in this article. Guitar Pedalboards – How to Organize, Best Pedals, Most Important Effects This April has proven to be the most […]

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The Daily Biz – April 24th, 2020

Instagram now has over 1 Billion monthly active users with 500 million daily Instagram Story users per day, making it the second most used traditional social platform after Facebook. Instagram 2020 Best Practices Have you ever experienced a somewhat unpleasant feeling of having a song stuck in your brain? Even when you like that particular […]

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The Daily Biz – April 23rd, 2020

When it comes to sharing your music with others, both on stage and online, the thought can be frightening or even downright terrifying. Stage Fright – Helpful Tips For Confidently Performing On Stage or Online After distributing your music, promoting it is one of the most important things to keep in mind as a musician. […]

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The Daily Biz – April 22nd, 2020

But what happens when youth becomes a prerequisite for working in the music industry, rather than something to be celebrated? Ageism in the Music Industry: Does Success Have an Expiration Date? If you work full time in the music industry, chances are you’re no stranger to feelings of stress and anxiety, and the recent Coronavirus […]

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The Daily Biz – April 21st, 2020

Melbourne venue operators will put their case to parliament on Thursday for financial survival. Senator Fiona Patten of the Reason Party will table a Change.org petition that was set up when the city’s music spaces went into lockdown in March. Melbourne’s live music venues set for survival debate in parliament According to Google, more than […]

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The Daily Biz – April 20th, 2020

Learn the ways “artist” is defined to access studio space, write off expenses, claim copyright and more. What Makes an Artist Professional? Most musicians would love to leave their day job behind and do music full-time. Whether you’re getting started or you’re already in the thick of it, you’ve probably run into a few roadblocks […]

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The Daily Biz – April 19th, 2020

With the live music industry decimated by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, many are beginning to wonder when things will return to normal both here in Australia and overseas. US expert warns live concerts won’t return until 2021 ‘at the earliest’ Promoting music on social media is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to drum […]

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The Daily Biz – April 18th, 2020

Apple Music’s in-browser app is finally out of beta so you can listen on Windows 10, Linux, and Chrome OS. Apple Music’s web player is officially launched As the fear of COVID-19 continues to prevent live music and delay major releases, new trends are emerging as the music industry adapts to a new normal. How […]

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The Daily Biz – April 17th, 2020

Combined with stay-at-home orders, that has led to a surge in musical creativity that is both the product of and a cure for these difficult times. Live Streams – The Rise Of A New Form Of Entertainment For all that the music industry likes to complain about YouTube, the two are irreversibly entwined. What can […]

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