5 Music Licensing Resources For Indie Artists

//5 Music Licensing Resources For Indie Artists

5 Music Licensing Resources For Indie Artists

5 Music Licensing Resources For Indie Artists

One of the most common questions that independent artists have is where to go to license their music.

We always look for new resources and recently came across a website HowToLicenseYourMusic.com that offers courses and guides designed to help with placing your music. Check out some of the courses they have and visit their website to see if any of them are right for you.

Let us know what you think by leaving a comment below or even your share some of your own tips and resources to help others who might read this.


2016 Music Licensing Directory

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How To License Your Music.com’s  2016 TV, Film And Video Game Music Business Directory is a comprehensive and up to date list  of over 2,800 supervisors, publishers, music libraries, music departments, video game companies and ad agencies that are all in the business of licensing music. How To License Your Music.com’s Music Licensing Business Directory is one of the industry’s most respected directories for up to date contact information for professionals working in the business of music licensing. Published since 2007, the annual directory provides the most up to date and thorough contact information for music licensing industry professionals.

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Advanced Youtube Marketing For Musicians

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Advanced YouTube Marketing For Musicians” is a 110 minute course taught by the California based musician Dhruva Aliman and facilitated by Aaron Davison. 

The course is instantly accessible online and features a 110 minute audio course, multiple samples of videos Dhruva has made that have gone viral, a resource section and more. 

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Six Figure Music Licensing In Ads And Commercials

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“Six Figure Music Licensing In Ads And Commercials” is a 90 minute course taught by the California based musician Cathy Heller and facilitated by Aaron Davison. 

The course is instantly accessible online and features a 90 minute audio course, multiple samples of Cathy’s music, a resource section and more. The course features the most in depth and cutting edge information related specifically to the niche of making money licensing your music in ads and commercials.

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Advanced Music Licensing Strategies

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Learn advanced strategies for licensing more music. Geared towards musicians who want to make a full-time income licensing music.  It’s suggested you already have a basic grasp of music licensing prior to taking this course and have an understanding of the concepts discussed in The A To Z Of Music Licensing.

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How To License Your Music In TV And Films

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By | 2016-12-02T16:57:33+00:00 December 2nd, 2016|Uncategorized|2 Comments

About the Author:

Multiplatinum Producer, Engineer, Songwriter & Remixer with over 60 #1 Billboard chart credits. He has worked on projects for Taylor Swift, Madonna, Beyonce, Jason Derulo, Robin Thicke, Pitbull and hundreds of other superstars in music.

2 Comments

  1. Erica Hale January 5, 2018 at 9:07 am - Reply

    Great story of success. I’m trying to help my husband but not sure which to go to for help. He is a beat producer & I would like to be sure he gets his music certified. People have mentioned ascap but I’m unsure about what kind of account with him only being the beat producer. Does anyone have any suggestions or guidance?

    • Admin Mr. Mig January 12, 2018 at 9:01 am - Reply

      Hi Erica. ASCAP is a Performance Rights Organization that collects royalties when you have songs already on radio, in film or tv, etc.
      There is no such thing as getting music certified. You can however have your music copyrighted if you feel it necessary by visiting Copyright.gov. There is a fee for registering your songs.
      I suggest your husband keep making beats and building relationships with songwriters, recording artists and other beat makers. The first step to building relationships is not having you reach out to people on his behalf. Since he is the talent, people are only going to do business with him if and when they get to know him and his personality. Music is great but at the end of the day we are selling ourselves as producers, not the actual music.
      This is a long process and not always for everyone. Go hard or go home! -Mig

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