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11 Key Tips for Miking Acoustic Guitar Like a Pro

In the recording world, guitars manage to find their way into most forms of music in one way or another. Miking the instrument can be difficult however and despite its significant appeal, too many home recorded tracks fail to reach their full potential due to a poorly recorded acoustic guitar track.   Kurt Cobain plays…


Want Better Mixes? Try These 5 Steps

**UPDATE: THE LIVE WEBINAR IS OVER BUT THE REPLAY IS AVAILABLE ONLINE UNTIL SUNDAY AUGUST 19TH. CLICK HERE FOR ACCESS TO THE REPLAY AND HIT THE “SAVE MY SEAT” BUTTON. Do you feel like your mixes don’t seem to compare to what you hear on the radio or your favorite streaming service no matter what you do?…


Are You Getting All Your Royalties?

Did you know that you get royalties on top of the sync fee when you license a song to TV & film? Yes? Ok. Did you know Performance Rights Organizations collect those royalties for you behind the scenes? Yeah? Well did you know what you should be doing to make sure they know where to…


Licensing Christmas Music

Have you ever written a song about Christmas or thought about writing one? Summer may have just started but the search for holiday themed music has begun. Music supervisors start looking for Christmas songs in the summer for their upcoming holiday season productions. Whether it’s an original or a cover of a Christmas classic, holiday…


Inner Circle Podcast Interview With Chris

Do you think there is too much competition out there to get your songs into TV & film? Sure there is a lot, but find out how to beat it. There is a reason the same songwriters keep getting their music licensed over and over again, and it’s not all about who they know. Check…


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