25 July

The official announcement you have all been waiting for!

October 1st is the date of the arrival for the contestants selected to be apart of the ISINA experience. It's not too late to apply we are still taking submissions until September 20th.

20 March

How to Start Your Music Career

If you really want to get ahead in the music industry, don’t just sit around waiting for things to happen. You have to get out there and start making things happen! Here are some ways to build a good foundation to start your music career.

06 June

Two Simple Tips to Overcome Stage Fright

One of the most common fears that people have is the fear of public speaking, which is akin to performing in public. This fear is cited more often that the fear of death!

06 May

What is Music Publishing?


Music publishing is probably one the least understood – but also most important – part of the music business. It is how song writers earn their income, and it is how musical acts can make money.

05 May

Starting A Career As A Drummer?

If you are a drummer, we want to encourage you to pursue your dream. With the help of ISINA, you can have a career.

 

14 November

Playing for Free? Why Musicians Should Be Paid For Their Work

There’s just no room in the budget. You’ll get great exposure. People want to download free music. No matter the reasoning behind the request, being asked to play for free stinks.
But why does it happen so often to talented musicians? There seems to be some unspoken assumption that musicians will play for free because they love what they do and they want to share their music. And yes, it’s true that we do love it. But many of us who love creating music so much also do it for a living … because we love it so much.

08 October

Song Placement: Making It to the Movies and on TV

With the music-industry business model in flux as the digital revolution continues to impacts unit sales and radio-play royalties, one of the most effective ways for musicians, bands and composers to generate earnings is by getting a song placement on the soundtrack of a movie or television show. The competition for these limited placements is fierce. Success in this arena requires a mix of talent and luck. The material needs to be strong, as well as professionally executed and recorded. It also needs to be the right song for the right project or situation, and it's got to get the ear of a music supervisor -- one of the pros overseeing the musical aspects of any media platform, from movies and TV to ads, video games and episodic online content.

25 July

The official announcement you have all been waiting for!

October 1st is the date of the arrival for the contestants selected to be apart of the ISINA experience. It's not too late to apply we are still taking submissions until September 20th.

20 March

How to Start Your Music Career

If you really want to get ahead in the music industry, don’t just sit around waiting for things to happen. You have to get out there and start making things happen! Here are some ways to build a good foundation to start your music career.

06 June

Two Simple Tips to Overcome Stage Fright

One of the most common fears that people have is the fear of public speaking, which is akin to performing in public. This fear is cited more often that the fear of death!

06 May

What is Music Publishing?


Music publishing is probably one the least understood – but also most important – part of the music business. It is how song writers earn their income, and it is how musical acts can make money.

05 May

Starting A Career As A Drummer?

If you are a drummer, we want to encourage you to pursue your dream. With the help of ISINA, you can have a career.

 

14 November

Playing for Free? Why Musicians Should Be Paid For Their Work

There’s just no room in the budget. You’ll get great exposure. People want to download free music. No matter the reasoning behind the request, being asked to play for free stinks.
But why does it happen so often to talented musicians? There seems to be some unspoken assumption that musicians will play for free because they love what they do and they want to share their music. And yes, it’s true that we do love it. But many of us who love creating music so much also do it for a living … because we love it so much.

08 October

Song Placement: Making It to the Movies and on TV

With the music-industry business model in flux as the digital revolution continues to impacts unit sales and radio-play royalties, one of the most effective ways for musicians, bands and composers to generate earnings is by getting a song placement on the soundtrack of a movie or television show. The competition for these limited placements is fierce. Success in this arena requires a mix of talent and luck. The material needs to be strong, as well as professionally executed and recorded. It also needs to be the right song for the right project or situation, and it's got to get the ear of a music supervisor -- one of the pros overseeing the musical aspects of any media platform, from movies and TV to ads, video games and episodic online content.