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Yesterday, I launched a new blog series titled The Composer’s Guide to Doing Business at DennisTobenski.com. The new series is aimed at composers looking to become more entrepreneurial, and who want to learn more about the business aspects of the … Continue reading
So I’ve already written about the problems of pricing and why we should (mostly) stop giving away scores for free, but these two topics are part of a larger issue – the lack of education we receive on the business … Continue reading
To kick off the NewMusicShelf blog, I’ll be posting a four-part discussion on self-publication for composers. The Distribution Dilemma So you’ve decided to self-publish your music. Good for you! Now you’ve got to ask yourself: who’s going to buy your … Continue reading
To kick off the NewMusicShelf blog, I’ll be posting a four-part discussion on self-publication for composers. The Difference between Publication and Distribution As I’ve gone about promoting NewMusicShelf to composers, I’ve been getting regular questions and comments about “publishing”, which … Continue reading
To kick off the NewMusicShelf blog, I’ll be posting a four-part discussion on self-publication for composers. Some Self-publishing Basics for Composers: Engraving Because I’ve been involved in a fair number of discussions lately about publishing, and because it’s a subject … Continue reading
Why should a composer self-publish?
In today’s artistic and economic climate, the reasons are manifold. Probably the biggest reason to self-publish is the difficulty in being picked up by a major publisher. But more important, I think, is the issue of control. Continue reading