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Working In The Music Industry For Over 30 Years
The Canadian music industry continues to be shaped and influenced by the degree of energy and enthusiasm invested by those who participate in it. The future looks brighter than ever for Canadian music; our star system more impressive than ever. CARAS relies on the active participation of industry professionals like you to uphold the fundamental JUNO process; created specifically and solely to enhance our music industry through an annual, nationally televised awards show — the JUNO Awards.
Collective Music Nation
Collective Music Nation (CMN) is a national non-profit organization that unifies, amplifies and advocates for the needs of the Canadian Urban (culturally/historically Black) music community. Through resource sharing, advocacy work, community and network building, artist and professional development, and platforms and events that recognize excellence, CMN seeks to strengthen and promote culturally Black musical genres, industries, and artists, that have been historically underserved and underrepresented in the Canadian environment.
Creative individuals of all types all return to one legal touchstone as well as that is copyright regulation. It is frequently sited in all type of cases involving literature, film, posting as well as absolutely in song
How to Write a Song in Ten Steps by Robin Frederick Whether you want to write a song to pitch to music publishers, TV shows and commercials, or record them yourself as an artist, here’s a songwriting method that will help you get your message across and make sure your listeners stay involved from beginning…
Book Review Behind the Boards: Nashville By Jake Brown [Music Square Media/Baker & Taylor] Intimate. In-depth. Superbly satisfying. Behind the Boards: Nashville is a treasure trove for aspiring engineers and producers. Anyone who loves Country music and the craft that has gone into making some of the greatest songs the world has ever known will find…
Tom DeLonge’s Boomer character from Blink-182’s ‘First Date’ video is getting its own doll You can squeeze its beer belly to hear a variety of “dumb audio clips that could only come from the premiere idiot savant” Tom DeLonge has announced that he’s releasing a talking doll based on his Boomer character from Blink-182’s ‘First Date’ video. READ…
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