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How to Legally Start Your Music Business Written by an experienced entertainment lawyer whose clients have been featured on MTV®, American Idol®, VHI®, Start Your Music Business is an easy to read guide for songwriters, producers, music publishers, independent record labels, artists, bands, musicians, and individuals in the music industry that want to legally start and grow How to Legally Start Your Music Business Written by an experienced entertainment lawyer whose clients have been featured on MTV®, American Idol®, VHI®, Start Your Music Business is an easy to read guide for songwriters, producers, music publishers, independent record labels, artists, bands, musicians, and individuals in the music industry that want to legally start and grow a successful music business. Learn how to: 1. Understand 8 Different Types of Royalties Your Music Should Be Earning through Music Publishing 2. How to Completely Own Your Music 3. How to Completely Own Your “Masters” 4. How to Legally Sample & Cover Music (Why You May Be Breaking the Law) 5. How to Protect Your Name & Logo (What to do if you Illegally Use Someone Else’s) 6. How to Structure your Music Business 7. Learn 10 Ways to Avoid Being Sued Personally Also learn these simple steps: 1. Understand the Different Types of Businesses (LLCs, Corporations, Partnerships, and more) 2. Setup Your Business 3. Learn When You Need to Start Your Music Business 4. Learn the Difference Between Trademarks and Copyrights 5. Learn How to Apply for a Trademark (Do It Yourself) 6. Understand Copyright Law and How to Copyright Your Music 7. Learn the Truth About Poor Man’s Copyrights 8. Know Your Rights When You Co-Write a Song 9. How to Divide Song Income Between Co-Writers 10. How to Properly & Legally Clear Samples And more!!!!!!!!!!! About the Author: Audrey K. Chisholm, Esq. is the founder and senior partner of Chisholm Law Firm, LLC. She is a nationally renowned attorney and represents individuals in the music business in entertainment, corporate, litigation, and intellectual property (copyright and trademark) legal matters. She is a member of the Florida Bar Association. Her clients include record labels, songwriters, music publishers, producers and artists whose works have been featured on MTV®, American Idol®, and more. She is the published author of “Start Your Music Business™” and “Run Your Music Business™”. She is a sought after speaker at conferences and events and has spoken to audiences of over 13,000 people. She resides in Orlando, Florida with her husband, financial author Dr. Juan Chisholm. Visit www.StartYourMusicBusiness.com or Twitter.com/AttorneyAudrey for more information


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How to Legally Start Your Music Business Written by an experienced entertainment lawyer whose clients have been featured on MTV®, American Idol®, VHI®, Start Your Music Business is an easy to read guide for songwriters, producers, music publishers, independent record labels, artists, bands, musicians, and individuals in the music industry that want to legally start and grow How to Legally Start Your Music Business Written by an experienced entertainment lawyer whose clients have been featured on MTV®, American Idol®, VHI®, Start Your Music Business is an easy to read guide for songwriters, producers, music publishers, independent record labels, artists, bands, musicians, and individuals in the music industry that want to legally start and grow a successful music business. Learn how to: 1. Understand 8 Different Types of Royalties Your Music Should Be Earning through Music Publishing 2. How to Completely Own Your Music 3. How to Completely Own Your “Masters” 4. How to Legally Sample & Cover Music (Why You May Be Breaking the Law) 5. How to Protect Your Name & Logo (What to do if you Illegally Use Someone Else’s) 6. How to Structure your Music Business 7. Learn 10 Ways to Avoid Being Sued Personally Also learn these simple steps: 1. Understand the Different Types of Businesses (LLCs, Corporations, Partnerships, and more) 2. Setup Your Business 3. Learn When You Need to Start Your Music Business 4. Learn the Difference Between Trademarks and Copyrights 5. Learn How to Apply for a Trademark (Do It Yourself) 6. Understand Copyright Law and How to Copyright Your Music 7. Learn the Truth About Poor Man’s Copyrights 8. Know Your Rights When You Co-Write a Song 9. How to Divide Song Income Between Co-Writers 10. How to Properly & Legally Clear Samples And more!!!!!!!!!!! About the Author: Audrey K. Chisholm, Esq. is the founder and senior partner of Chisholm Law Firm, LLC. She is a nationally renowned attorney and represents individuals in the music business in entertainment, corporate, litigation, and intellectual property (copyright and trademark) legal matters. She is a member of the Florida Bar Association. Her clients include record labels, songwriters, music publishers, producers and artists whose works have been featured on MTV®, American Idol®, and more. She is the published author of “Start Your Music Business™” and “Run Your Music Business™”. She is a sought after speaker at conferences and events and has spoken to audiences of over 13,000 people. She resides in Orlando, Florida with her husband, financial author Dr. Juan Chisholm. Visit www.StartYourMusicBusiness.com or Twitter.com/AttorneyAudrey for more information

48 review for Start Your Music Business: How to Earn Royalties, Own Your Music, Sample Music, Protect Your Name & Structure Your Music Business (Music Law Series)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Caleb Hubbartt

    While there's certainly some good info in here it's all based on what type of business you want to establish and copyrights/royalties. It's also an incredibly short read as it only took me maybe 2 hours total to read. It seems a bit dated too, only mentioning streaming platforms in one section. We all know streaming dominates the industry now days. I felt there should have been more information on the topic. Also the author plugs her agency multiple times throughout the book. So it starts to see While there's certainly some good info in here it's all based on what type of business you want to establish and copyrights/royalties. It's also an incredibly short read as it only took me maybe 2 hours total to read. It seems a bit dated too, only mentioning streaming platforms in one section. We all know streaming dominates the industry now days. I felt there should have been more information on the topic. Also the author plugs her agency multiple times throughout the book. So it starts to seem like more of advertisement. I suspect this book was probably written as content for their webpage and then turned into a book. I don't know....I expected more. I'm hoping the 2nd book has more useful information for artists today.

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    Ahmad Bamieh

    In my opinion, this book is all over the place and a waste of time to even justify writing a detailed negative review for it.

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