Free 'Making Money With Music' Workshops

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As part of NY Music Month, The NYC Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, in partnership with Carnegie Hall and the Made in NY Media Center, will be hosting two workshops that directly address a major challenge facing musicians in NYC today: making money and getting by in today’s economy.

These FREE workshops on ‘How to Make Money with Music’ will offer musicians and other industry professionals proven techniques on how to turn on new revenue streams with the music they’re already making.

MAKING MONEY WITH MUSIC’ WORKSHOPS - It’s easier than ever to record, distribute, and market your own music today. But what about actually making money?

These workshops will take musicians through proven techniques on how to maximize revenue streams while continuing to make the music they love. These workshops, usually $100, are brought to you for FREE by the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment.

Session One: How to Make Money with Music, Tuesday, June 20th, 6pm @ Carnegie Hall, Manhattan

Long-time industry professionals, Electronic Musician Magazine columnists, and authors Randy Chertkow and Jason Feehan take musicians step-by-step through proven techniques for establishing steady revenue streams in today’s music business. Space is limited. Sign up HERE.

Session Two: How to Make Money with Music: Digital Edition, Wednesday, June 21st, 7pm @ Made in NY Media Center, Brooklyn

Today's digital music world has changed how musicians build a fanbase as well as how they get royalties paid out. This session covers where musicians should register their music to get all of the royalties they are owed, improve their chances of getting their music licensed by TV & Movies, plan their releases, and the new tools to promote music and get discovered. Space is limited. Sign up HERE.

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The Recording Academy is the preeminent organization for musicians, producers, engineers and other music professionals. Our mission is to advance artistic and technical excellence, work to ensure a vital and free creative environment, and act as an advocate on behalf of music and its makers.

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