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Semaine
1
3 heures pour terminer

Recording & Record Labels, Part 1

Part 1 of this module will cover the basics of audio recording. You’ll learn about the pros and cons of home vs. studio recording, hear perspectives from both home and professional studio owners, and learn about different jobs and roles in recording environments. Finally, you will watch the evolution of the theme song for our course, starting with a rough demo sung into a phone recording app, and following through to the end of the recording session with professional musicians in Nashville....
9 vidéos (Total 147 min), 1 quiz
9 vidéos
Home Recording3 min
Interview: Dave Coleman43 min
Professional Studio Recording2 min
Interview: John McBride55 min
A Walk Through Blackbird Studio12 min
Studio Jobs & Roles3 min
Home vs Studio4 min
Evolution of a Song Recording19 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Module 1, Part 1 Quiz16 min
Semaine
2
2 heures pour terminer

Recording & Record Labels, Part 2

Week 2 of the Recording & Record Labels module considers questions about education and the music business (and includes an interview with a music school dean), reviews the history of audio formats with an on-location visit to a popular music archive, and outlines the differences between major and independent record labels. At the end of this module, you will be asked to think about the current state of the recording industry, and consider questions about the value of recorded music in a rapidly shifting environment. What is a recording worth?...
9 vidéos (Total 60 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
9 vidéos
Interview: Mark Wait9 min
A History of Audio Formats6 min
Hands On with Audio Formats21 min
A Performance & Cylinder Recording: Greg Reish4 min
Major Record Labels3 min
Independent Record Labels3 min
Current State of the Recording Industry4 min
Conclusion: What's a Recording Worth?3 min
1 lecture
Module 1 Recommended Reading10 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Module 1, Part 2 Quiz18 min
Semaine
3
2 heures pour terminer

Copyright & Publishing

In this module, learners will wade into the complicated world of music copyright and publishing. Interviews with an executive from a performing rights organization and another music school dean with a background in publishing and intellectual property rights will help to decipher the world of publishing- and sound recording-related royalties and the question of public domain. The question of fair payment to songwriters is one of the most hotly contested issues in the music industry today, and you will think critically about how value is assigned to compositions in different media environments. What is a song worth?...
13 vidéos (Total 114 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
13 vidéos
Basic Principles of Copyright1 min
PROs2 min
Interview: Alison Smith34 min
International Royalties1 min
Publishing Royalties1 min
Sound Recording Rights2 min
Music Composition Rights1 min
Public Domain1 min
Elvis, The Songwriter2 min
Interview: Doug Howard53 min
Changes on the Horizon: New US Copyright Recommendations2 min
Conclusion: What's a Song Worth?4 min
1 lecture
Module 2: Recommended Reading10 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Module 2 Quiz10 min
Semaine
4
2 heures pour terminer

Media

The subjects in this segment – PR, publicity, marketing, social media, radio, and streaming services – could all come under the heading “Getting The Word Out”, or “Cutting Through The Noise.” You will learn how innovations in technology are changing the means by which audiences connect with music, and you will consider the ways that innovation causes controversy within the music industry, as old boundaries are challenged. You will hear about jobs and roles related to media and music. Interviews with a radio station owner and a communications school dean will highlight the important issues and shifts happening in this field....
8 vidéos (Total 98 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
8 vidéos
PR & Publicists2 min
Social Media3 min
Terrestrial Radio7 min
Interview: Tony Richards47 min
Streaming & Internet Radio7 min
Interview: Ken Paulson25 min
Conclusion: Cutting Through the Noise2 min
1 lecture
Module 3: Recommended Reading10 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Module 3 Quiz16 min
Semaine
5
2 heures pour terminer

Live Performance

Live performance has become a crucial component of many musicians’ careers in an era when many traditional income streams for musicians are shrinking. This module will take a look at the team of people who work with an artist doing strategy and planning (i.e., managers and agents) and people who travel with the artist on the road. You will also consider live music from the point of view of venue owners, concert promoters, and talent buyers, and interviews with a road manager and a club owner will guide your perspective about the current world of live music. What is a concert ticket worth?...
18 vidéos (Total 100 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
18 vidéos
Managers2 min
Lawyers1 min
Booking Agents3 min
Side Musicians1 min
Starting Life On the Road2 min
Tour Managers1 min
Sound Engineers3 min
Anthony's Tour of FOH1 min
Anthony's Tour of Monitor World1 min
Instrument Technicians1 min
Stage Production3 min
Merchandise2 min
Interview: Anthony Aquilato41 min
Concert Promotion & Talent Buyers3 min
Interview: Todd Ohlhauser18 min
Entrepreneurial Thinking in Live Performance1 min
Conclusion: What's a Concert Ticket Worth?7 min
1 lecture
Module 4: Recommended Reading10 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Module 4 Quiz16 min
Semaine
6
3 heures pour terminer

New Models, Trends & Strategies

Upheaval in many sectors of the music industry – much of it brought by the digital revolution – has led innovative people on both the business and artistic sides of the industry to do business in new ways. You will learn about opportunities for entrepreneurialism that come with technological advances; you will think critically about the controversies that arise when traditional businesses must redefine their relationships with artists; and you will hear from a business owner who has succeeded by questioning old boundaries and focusing on artist services. You will wrap up your engagement with the course by considering some larger ethical questions and asking yourself what you can do to support a healthy music ecosystem....
11 vidéos (Total 140 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
11 vidéos
The Entrepreneurial Musician3 min
Fan-Funded Recording2 min
Criticism of the DIY Approach1 min
New Business Models1 min
Interview: David Macias43 min
360 Deals5 min
Sync Licensing2 min
Music & Big Data5 min
Interview: David Pomeroy8 min
Ethics & Controversies3 min
1 lecture
Module 5: Recommended Reading10 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Module 5 Quiz14 min
Semaine
7
2 heures pour terminer

Wrapping Up

Wrapping up discussions, quizzes, and final breaking news analysis...
1 quiz
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Meilleurs avis

par GRMar 6th 2016

Really interesting course even for someone who's kids begged me not to sing a lullaby to them.

par GPApr 3rd 2019

It feels like a formal training.I thank the team for a lot of valuable informations

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Jen Gunderman

Assistant Professor of Musicology
Blair School of Music

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