July 2nd, 2015 by Justin Colletti
The last time we talked to songwriter Paul Waaktaar-Savoy, he was working out of his own studio in SoHo, prolific as ever after having completed a farewell tour for his mega-platinum band A-ha a couple of years prior.
Today, he is back with a new studio and a new … Read More
July 1st, 2015 by Justin Colletti
So, you’ve recorded some great songs. Now how in the name of heck do you get people to actually listen to them??
Justin Colletti is back on the SonicScoop Video Blog with a new post on promoting and distributing music:
“How To Get Your Music Heard (By Actual People)… Read More
January 8th, 2015 by Justin Colletti
Scott Bradlee was living in New York City in 2009, and finding it difficult to make ends meet through gigs and sessions alone. “I didn’t have a lot of work as a jazz musician, which is what I trained for,” he says, “so I started experimenting.”
Noticing the success others … Read More
November 20th, 2014 by Justin Colletti
Surround sound is becoming more ubiquitous than ever, but when it comes to music, stereo is still king. While up to 40% of American households now have surround sound systems, the penetration of stereo is high enough to consider it 100% for all practical purposes‚ÄĒonce you take into account all … Read More
October 30th, 2014 by Justin Colletti
In past articles, we’ve looked at how to take control of your creative rights online, and how to monetize your music using services like YouTube’s ContentID. But what about when it’s someone else’s rights your worried about? This week, we explore how to properly license recordings and cover songs for … Read More