Monetise Your Music - How To Make Money With Music
What you'll learn
- How & where to sell stock music online
- All about the library music industry
- Where your money will come from
- What music libraries are looking for
- Optimising your music for music libraries
- Getting signed with a music publisher
- You should already know how to compose and produce good quality music - you don't need to be an expert, but you need to be able to put a decent sounding track together
- You'll need determination, and the drive to take action!
You’re a composer / producer that can write high quality music that sounds polished.
What if you could learn how to make money with music?
And not only to make a bit of cash on the side, but what if you could transform that music into a music business, providing you a full-time income?
That would be pretty life-changing, right?
Well, I’m here to tell you all about the library music industry, and how you can build a portfolio of tracks that will sell consistently and bring you the pride and satisfaction of making money from your music.
And depending on your own goals, level, and ability, the amount you earn from your music can be anything from a few dollars a month to pay for a cinema ticket, right the way through to you having a fully-fledged music business with a full 6-figure income.
The best part is, a lot of that income comes passively from tracks in your catalogue!
In this music business course on how to make money with music, you’re going to learn:
About the library music business models, which ones you should write for, and how to maximise your success in each model
The best ways to make your music perfect for stock music libraries, and how to optimise sales
How to write great titles, tags, and descriptions that help you rank in music libraries
How to approach music publishers to give yourself the best chance of signing with a premium library, and also how register and upload your music to online marketplaces to sell stock music, and make money online
By the end of the course you’re going have a thorough understanding of how the library music industry works and where your money comes from. I’ll also share with you my top advice on how to make your music best work in a music library, and how to maximise how much money you can earn from your music.
This really is a complete guide to the library music business, and we’re going to go in-depth into the non-exclusive, royalty-free libraries as well as the more premium music publishers.
So whether you’re fairly new to composition, or whether you’ve years of experience under your belt - I’m going to show you exactly how to get started and where to focus your efforts depending on your level.
And don’t think that just because you’re fairly new to music composition or production that this isn’t an option for you.
That’s not true at all - we all have to start somewhere, and the earlier you start trying to make money from your music, the sooner you’ll learn what works and what doesn’t, and with my guidance you’ll be headed in the right direction right from the get go.
As well as the main video lectures in the course I’ve also put together for you:
A list of all the major music libraries and publishers in the music industry that you can contact and register your music with - including both premium, exclusive libraries and non-exclusive royalty-free ones (where you can make money online by selling stock music)
My checklist for stock music composition so that you remember exactly what steps you need to go through to create successful, sellable library music pieces - perfectly tailored to the library music industry
A collection of email templates for reaching out to music supervisors, A&R reps, and music library owners, to help you get signed with a reputable music publisher and start earning those coveted performance and broadcast royalties - the first step towards turning your hobby into a music business!
You’ll also get a copy of my eBook, “The Media Scoring Guide”, that takes you through all of the skills and equipment that you’ll need to get started, as well as the process of composing music for media.
And on top of all that, you’ll be invited to join my closed group of composers and producers where you can get advice and feedback from me and other music industry professionals that are in the group, as well as from your peers going through the same journey as you.
As with all of my courses you’re protected by a 30-day money back guarantee - no hard feelings, I completely understand that sometimes things just aren’t what you expect - so you’ve really nothing to lose.
Hit the “buy now” button and start your journey towards making money from your music today!
A final note before I leave you to finish signing up, I can’t guarantee that you’ll make money from your music, no one can, and if anyone does promise you that, they’re lying to you - unless they’re literally standing there with a wad of money about to buy some music from you!
Whether or not you make money from your music depends on your ability, goals, and how seriously you take action on the lessons in the course. I can tell you that if you follow my advice, implement my teaching, and, most importantly, take action, then you’ll stand a much greater chance of success than without.
So click on the “buy now” button, and I’ll see you ready to take action inside the course.
Who this course is for:
- Music composers of any and all genres or styles
- Music producers of all levels
- Songwriters looking to monetise their music
I am an educator, composer, and performer specialising in composition and arranging for the moving image, and popular music performance.
As well as featuring on films that have had red carpet premiers in both London and LA, my music has won multiple international film festival awards.
Having originally studied Jazz Saxophone on LCoM’s first Jazz BTEC ND, I moved to music production to pursue a career in music for the moving image – initially completing the specialist Foundation Degree in Music Production for Film & Television, before finishing the BA(Hons) in Music Production, and topping it off with a PGCert in Composition.
I studied under the likes of Brian Morell (Elton John, Kate Bush) and BAFTA nominated Neil Myers, and have since worked on a multitude of projects but have a particular focus on film (both short and feature).