Bree Noble

MGT89: Bree Noble’s Resources For Female Musicpreneurs

Bree Noble, the founder and host of Women of Substance Music Radio and Female Entrepreneur Musician Podcast, talks about music monetization, crowdfunding, Facebook Live, house concerts, musicians’ health, and more.

Musicpreneur Hub

MGT88: Musicpreneur Hub, A Quora For The Music Industry – Tommy Darker

Musicpreneur Hub by Tommy Darker is “a music knowledge platform,” created to connect handpicked music industry experts with musicians. Listen to this podcast episode for a better understanding of Musicpreneur Hub, as well as tips on asking questions on the platform.

Diarmuid Moloney

MGT87: Rotor, An App That Edits Music Videos For You – Diarmuid Moloney

Diarmuid Moloney, a co-founder of Rotor Videos, explains the technology behind the tool (as well as the pricing), tells us how much original video content you need to create a proper video, and much more.

Kevin Breuner

MGT86: From Buying Economy To Playing Economy – Kevin Breuner (CD Baby)

Kevin Breuner, CD Baby’s Director of Marketing, talks about his journey from being a major label artist to working at CD Baby, understanding the opportunities Spotify presents, embracing the strategy of getting people to listen to something instead of buying something, and more.

Becoming An Excellent Accompanist

8 Tips For Becoming An Excellent Accompanists Who Can Set The Stage On Fire

Read on for some valuable tips on how to become a skilled accompanist who can play quickly with well-known musicians.

David Mortimer-Hawkins

David Mortimer-Hawkins, Sony Music A&R: People Get More Used To An Experimental Sound

In A&R one has to keep an eye, or rather an ear, on what people are listening to nowadays. But one cannot follow what is popular blindly by copying it, authenticity and novelty are also important.