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Succeeding in the New Music Industry, Part 3

In the third part of this Keynote Interview, the panelists get very technical about some big issues that will affect all musicians as the music industry continues to change more quickly than the legislation and practices that are currently in place. It's the wild West out there, and reading this will keep you on the leading edge!

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5 Ways to Screw Up a Music Supervisor Pitch

5 Ways to Screw Up a Music Supervisor Pitch

Avoid making these common mistakes, and you just might land some great placements in films and TV shows. If you don't avoid them, you'll be working harder and having less success.

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What Does "In Perpetuity" Mean?

We get asked what "In Perpetuity" means all the time! TAXI members see it in music library contracts and want to know more. Music attorney Erin M. Jacobson, gives you a short, sweet, and clear definition in this article!

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Member Deals
Bryan EvansBryan Evans has placements on MTV, HBO, and more ...
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Jeff Allen and Lori HeffJeff Allen and Lori Heff get songs placed in Showtime show ...
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Mike NiewaldMike Niewald gets a Multi-Song Publishing Deal ...
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Maggie LairdMaggie Laird lands deal with Ferver ...
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Terrell BurtFox comedy uses song by Terrell Burt ...
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Cool Stuff
TAXI Road Rally 2016 Hold the Date

TAXI Road Rally 2016 Hold the Date

November 3rd-6th, 2016 Los Angeles, CA

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Great Event, Great Panels, Great Cause!

Great Event, Great Panels, Great Cause!

Join Ronan Chris Murphy, Bob Clearmountain, Michael Laskow, Bob Mair and many more great speakers for this live event in Santa Monica, CA on Sunday March 6th.

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Music Industry Videos

How to Get Your Music Played 350,000 Times on TV

Composer Lydia Ashton is so inspiring that she was the recipient of the John Braheny Award at last November's TAXI Road Rally. She joined us for TAXI TV the day after the convention to play us some of her compositions, tell us how she got so many spins on TV, and answer questions from viewers. We might have been a little wiped out from the 18-hour days at the Rally, but this is still a Master Class in how to be a successful composer!

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Writing Songs for TV and Film With Robin Frederick

We've never met anybody who has invested so much time figuring out what makes some songs work better in TV shows and films than others. Robin Frederick is the best-selling author of Shortcuts to Songwriting for Film & TV: 114 Tips for Writing, Recording, and Pitching in Today's Hottest Market and a world-class expert on the difference between writing for radio V.S. Film and TV. If you're a songwriter, you can't afford to miss this episode of TAXI TV!

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