Are you tired of having amazing music but nothing to show for it?
Are you getting frustrated trying to figure out how to get placements?
Well this MUSIC LICENSING course is the answer you've been looking for!
This course will help you:
My co-instructor and I have both secured several placements with major shows and networks like BET, OXYGEN NETWORK, BRAVO, MTV, VH1, and more! In addition, we get residual income quarterly from these placements and upfront money in the form of sync fees and in this course we reveal the game on how you can do this too!
Just read what some of the current students have to say about their experience:
"Very informative for those without knowledge of how this process works." - Allen Jackson
"Lots of valuable information. Motivational and a great resource list!" - Dan Mitchell
"Excellent course for beginners." - Justin Cross
"Another solid course from Joseph aka EvaJ! He takes you through the basics of music licensing and explains it well in an easy to follow manner. No fluff or BS. After completing this course I have a better understanding of what it takes to get my music licensed and start making money off my creations. This course is highly recommended for all music creators." - Al Laguna
If you're tired of your music sitting on your hard drive and would like to learn how to get your music placed in TV & Film this is the course for you!
Section 1 covers the basics of the business of music licensing and how it works. This is important for every beginner seeking placements for TV & Film because you will learn the fundamentals you need to become more professional! You will learn about music publishing, performance rights organizations, the type of people that can get your music placed, and several other tips on music licensing.
Section 2 covers the basics of how to get your music ready to submit to various opportunities in music licensing. You will learn about several terms music professionals use in this industry and the basics of formatting your music for TV & Film.
Section 3 covers how to network and gives several resources and companies you can start reaching out to TODAY for licensing your music!
Now if you're still not convinced, RELAX!
This course is backed by Udemy's 30 day no questions asked 100% full refund if you aren't satisfied for ANY reason with the information.
So what are you waiting for? Save yourself time trying to learn the basics on your own and GET YOUR 1ST PLACEMENTS IN TV & FILM!
Please Note: If you already have placements in TV & Film this will not be the best course for you. This course is for music professionals (recording artists, music producers, composers, and songwriters) that currently DO NOT have music placements in TV & Film but would like to learn how to get them. Also the results vary based on wether or not you consistently apply whats taught. We can not promise a quick fix, and matter of fact if you are expecting one this is not the course for you either. But if you are willing to learn and take the application (actually doing whats taught) seriously, you will be well on your way to getting placements. Enroll in this course if you meet those qualifications.
We'll see you inside!
Learn what music licensing is and how it benefit you as a recording artist, songwriter, music producer, and music publisher.
After taking this lecture you will have a solid understanding of and introduction to music licensing.
You will fully understand copyright and how it applies to licensing your music.
You will learn what PRO stands for and how it will drastically help you get paid a residue quarterly check from licensing your music to TV & film companies.
You will learn the basics of music publishing and its role in the world of licensing your music to TV & film companies.
After completing this lecture you will be familiar with split sheets and basic practices used to determine song ownership and percentages.
All questions in this quiz came from the section "Getting Started in The Music Business". They are designed to help ensure that you have a basic understanding of the course information. Please take the quiz to see where you're at with the information. If you score an 80% or above you are ready to go to the next section. If you score below 80% please review the section one more time. Thanks!
Learn two important terms to use with other music professionals in the world of music licensing.
You will learn how to improve you sound quality and quickly find other music professionals to help you if you can't on your own.
After completing this lecture you will learn some basic tips on building a music catalogue.
You will learn what a music publisher does and how building a relationship with them can help you get placements in TV and Film.
You will know the main job responsibilities of a music supervisor and why they are one of the best people to build a relationship with.
You will know several major music licensing organizations and conferences to join and attend to help you make connections with music supervisors, music publishers, and other music professionals.
You will learn the benefits of working with other music professionals and some tips on how these relationships are made.
You will learn several online websites you can submit your music to and get placements with TV & Film.
If you actually sign up to even half of the opportunities and use the knowledge in this course to network and submit your music you WILL get placements in TV & FILM, maybe even more than us (and trust, we want you too!).
This is the most important test of the course. If you answer this question correctly you will be well on your way to getting placements with TV & Film.
Joseph Evans Jr better known as EVAJ MUSIC is an ASCAP Accredited Music Producer, Composer, & Songwriter. His music is licensed to several major networks such as MTV, VH1, TruTV, Bravo, on shows such as "Real Housewives", "Love & HipHop Atlanta", "Fuse News", "Hardcore Pawn", and "Guy Court". He has also worked with several independent artists over the past 10 years.
He is a Full Sail Graduate and an active NARIP Member. Currently residing in Atlanta, GA. EvaJ Music is actively pursuing licensing opportunities in film, television, games, and advertising. He is also an online instructor and currently teaches 18 courses on topics such as: Logic Pro X, Garageband, Audacity, Music Production, Mixing, and Music Theory.
Lee Evans “The Write Hook”, also known as the recording artist MUG$ Amillion, was raised in the Music Capitol of the world, Nashville, TN, where he was introduced to the music industry at the tender age of 8 years old by way of being a background dancer for a local cover band. From there he grew into performing cover songs as a member of his own self-established group, followed by writing lyrics for original songs, and recording original music, all by the age of 15. After achievements as a local powerhouse performer and recording artist, Lee entered Nashville State’s Music Technology Program, where he developed an extreme interest in music publishing, songwriting, and the business of music. Shortly after graduating, he shifted both his musical passion and location to Atlanta, GA in 2010. Since his internship at Icon Studios ATL, MUG$ has established himself on a few different levels of the music industry through various roles, by becoming a songwriter, producer, music publisher for SESAC, BMI, and ASCAP, and more recently, a music consultant. He is an active Recording Academy member, serving on the membership committee for the Atlanta Chapter, and has landed current TV placements with BET as well as Oxygen Network. Furthermore, after putting together a very empowering and highly successful 2014 A3C Hip Hop Festival panel covering topics such as music publishing, music licensing, and songwriting to name a few, his willingness to educate more people of the business side to the music industry grew stronger. Being grounded by the bible book of Proverbs combined with a gift and passion for music and speaking, this well rounded artist was led to be a giver of what he has been blessed to receive through his experiences and education of the music business, thus we have The Music Industry Crash Course, better known as The MICC.