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As most people don't read it's difficult to educate but I'm trying..........

http://www.makingmoneywithyourmusic.com/2/post/2012/04/how-much-money-can-be-made-licensing-music.html
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If I've said it once I've said it a thousand times..................

The industry has changed and wants to hear finished product. You'd need to develop your own style/sound that identifies you as an artist. If you're serious about doing anything in music seek out the best producers you can find otherwise you're just wasting time.
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Millions of people have heard my songs on MTV and other shows, and I get paid for it..........

Beat that Facebook and Myspace!!!
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Artists/Musicians really need to learn how today's music industry works

It astounds me that talent still thinks that sending a CD in to a record label or a local radio station is going to sign them or even play their song. Years ago "payola" was how you got in, now they've managed to "legalize" payola and make it more of a marketing tactic. Pretty much, if you don't have thousands of dollars to pay, you won't get the play.

Itunes. Here's another misconception: Tens of thousands of artists are there and I've personally had 3 artists on Itunes. If you don't have a massive campaign to promote your songs like a Beyonce or Justin Beaver, the likelihood that you'll make any money from Itunes or any online digital music store is close to nothing. I'm actually not bitter, I (unlike most) am receiving royalties for the use of my music. There are ways to make it financially in the industry, you need to find your niche if that's what you're looking for. Ask a music professional, some may be more than willing to help.
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