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FREE NARIP Webinar – Music & Metadata: Discovery, Tracking & Payment
November 14, 2016 @ 5:30 pm
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Search is king.
And metadata helps find music so that it may be licensed and its creators paid.
Embedded in a digital music file, metadata enables the file to be found, licensed, tracked so rights holders can be paid. Missing or incomplete metadata results in “Track 1, Track 2” appearing on a digital device when the song is played, and in rights holder’s royalties being withheld or misdirected.
Compiling complete and accurate metadata at the beginning of the music creation process (in the studio) and registering correctly tagged sound files with the appropriate organizations is vital for attribution, accounting and payment.
Robust metadata also helps music buyers find a song or cue to use for a specific purpose. It can make the difference between a rights holder being paid, or not. And a song being found and licensed, or not.
You are invited to attend NARIP’s Webinar on this important topic, FREE with RSVP (just scroll down).
YOU WILL LEARN
- How metadata has become the common language or lingua franca of the music industry; how it powers discovery, attribution and payment
- The role of global identifiers – ISWC, ISRC, ISNI, UPC – and where to get them
- What data creators, musicians/producers should collect in the studio
- What data musicians/labels should provide to their digital aggregator prior to release date
- How to register new works with PROs and SoundExchange to ensure proper royalty payments
- How metadata is used to pay rights holders
- How accurate, robust metadata improves music discovery across an increasing number of linked platforms
- When and how to change or update metadata
- Common problems and what to do about them
Be prepared to take notes!
Included when you register: Glossary of Music Metadata Terms (available on event day)
SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER (scroll down for profile)
- Kristin Thomson, Consultant, Future of Music Coalition
- Tess Taylor, NARIP President & Moderator
Monday, November 14, 2016
5:30 p.m. – Program begins (Pacific Standard Time)
6:30 p.m. – Audience Q & A
7:00 p.m. – Program ends
On the Internet, join our program from anywhere in the world! You will receive instructions on how to join the online discussion when your registration is complete (just scroll down to register NOW).
All registered attendees will receive an email with a link to view Webinar
about 10 minutes before the start of the event.
- FREE with RSVP for NARIP Members and Non-members (just scroll down)
- $25 for MP3 Pre-Order – Audio From Webinar PLUS Music Publishing Administration Form Agreement (12 pages) – just choose PREMIUM TICKET option below
- NARIP reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone.
Because you are registering for this program, we offer you the opportunity to pre-order the MP3 recording of the program for only $20 (regularly $39.95). This will also include digital copies of documents distributed at the program. This program will cover a great deal of information, and so you won’t have to worry about taking notes! To pre-order now, select the Premium Ticket option below, the mastered recording will be emailed to you within 2-3 weeks after our program (if not sooner).
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Music Rights Holders
- Record & Music Publishing Executives
- Songwriters, Producers, Musicians, Creators
- Music Attorneys
- Artist Managers and Artist Reps
- Anyone who seeks to license, track and monetize music
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SOURCES FOR MORE INFO
- Article: 7 Steps To Metadata Utopia by Simon Pursehouse
- Article: Blockchain Broken Down For The Music Industry, with Benji Rogers
- Article: A Musician’s Guide To Metadata and Why It Matters
NOT A NARIP MEMBER?
Not a NARIP member yet? Then what are you waiting for? Join NOW for as low as $9.95 per month and attend this event for the member rate!
TWO WAYS TO REGISTER
1. Online: NARIP.com (just scroll down)
2. Phone: 818-769-7007
NARIP reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone. We appreciate your cooperation.
REGISTRATION OR OTHER QUESTIONS
Call us at 818-769-7007 or email carsyn AT narip DOT com.
SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER
Kristin Thomson, Consultant, Future of Music Coalition
Kristin Thomson is a consultant for the national nonprofit Future of Music Coalition, which advocates for musicians. She co-directs FMC’s Artist Revenue Streams research project, which is examining changes in musicians’ sources of income, and has researched anddesigned a number of key FMC educational pieces such as the Music and Money Quiz, the Moneyflow infographic and the Metadata for Musicians presentation. She is also co-owner of Simple Machines, an independent record label, which released over seventy records and CDs from 1991-1998, and she played guitar in the band Tsunami, which released four albums from 1991-1997 and toured extensively. She currently lives near Philadelphia with her husband Bryan Dilworth, a concert promoter, and their son, where she also plays guitar in the lady-powered band, Ken.
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