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Another site to get more info on me and what I do..............

https://soundbetter.com/profiles/16634-kevin-michael-productions
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ASCAP and music licensing.........

http://www.ascap.com/press/2014/0625-modernize-music-licensing
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In Miami I'm not considered a professional.........

In Miami I'm not considered a professional because I have not produced a star and i don't have any Grammys. My definition of professional is how you conduct yourself not how many awards you have (and I'm pretty sure Websters dictionary is more in agreement with my definition).
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The only thing Indaba has done.......

Has been to give me access to a fresh remixer: Jerry from the Dallas Texas area who has been bringing some old tracks to life. Thanks Jerry and welcome aboard. Thank God I'm finally working with a pro electronic producer/remixer.
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I find it so sad that today's kids............................................

Pay hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars to go see a dj play mp3s. Many will now grow up thinking that music is made from turntables, not musical instruments and the knowledge to master the instrument that took years for real musicians like Eddie Van Halen, Neal Peart, Joe Satriani, Herbie Hancock and many other musicians to learn.
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if all those that had knowledge held on to it, that knowledge would die with them

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Blanket License........

http://musicians.about.com/od/publishingandroyalties/g/Blanket-License.htm
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Royalties and getting paid............

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I'll probably be the only person to read this as I write it.......

It is so sad to see talent go wasted, unexposed and under appreciated. In my years professionally producing music I've run into a handful of truly talented singers, that as of now have done nothing but waste away. Part of it comes from the lack of education they have from the music business/industry. It is a business and is in it to make money, not long term friendships. Time is not on the side of the singer and it amazes me that when presented a real opportunity how many singers walk away from it (and there are fewer opportunities as each day passes). If it has even has an inkling of common sense to it, singers, give it a try, if it didn't work out you lost nothing that you would've already lost anyways (time). Of course if it stinks run away from it. If what is presented has the potential to elevate you to another level, take the chance. Most talent will sit in their homes watching American Idol wishing it could be them without doing anything to get there. Don't let this be you.
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October 9, 2013 Posted by Kevin in Blog

IF OUR MINDS ARE OPEN, WE CAN LEARN FROM ANYONE

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