The Business Side of Music

The Business Side of Music is an interview show designed to help independent artists and songwriters better understand and navigate the music industry. 25-year industry veteran, Bob Bender talks to successful guests from every corner of the industry about their careers to discover the things they did right as well as the lessons they learned from any mistakes they made.


Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 40m. Bisher sind 97 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich


Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Microphones... and Then Some.

Paul Andrews with DPA microphones joins us in studio, where we pretty much cover just about anything, and everything when it comes to recording in the studio, which microphones to use, and what the difference is between large diaphragm and small...



The Blending of Funk, Soul, Rock, Beats... and Flipping

The music duo Mutual Groove is comprised of drummer, guitarist and audio engineer David Martin along with bassist, rapper, songwriter Pat Graves (who also happens to be a professional acrobat). In 2007, David formed a three-piece rock band with two...



The Perfect Analog Sounding Speaker For The Digital World

Whether you're a casual listener to music, or a serious audiophile, KEF Speakers are providing some of the finest state of the art stereo reference monitors on the market. Jack Sharkey who is the Marketing & Technical Communications Manager for...



Empowering The Artist Thru the Use of Publicity and Social Media

Have you ever wondered what it would take to get the attention of the media when it comes to promoting your new album, video, or tour? How do you go about setting up a new music release campaign? What does it take to build the correct press kit? How...


 2019-09-09  43m

A Musical Family Legacy

Rockland Road is many things. It’s a street near Nashville. It’s a studio where countless hit records have been recorded. It is a crossroads where country, gospel, pop, R&B and Americana music has thrived for years. It is a self-contained...


 2019-09-03  37m

Getting Your Music Directly in front of the Fans & Eliminating the Middleman

There are so many different opportunities to introduce yourself to potential fans and build that base. So many different ways, that they can be confusing. How do you choose the right ones and use them effectively? Are you using the correct social...


 2019-08-26  40m

Recording in the Studio... What it Takes to Get the Songs Recorded Correctly

When its time to set foot into the recording studio, how do you make the right choices? Its more than just having your songs ready to record. Its also choosing the right studio facility, producer, engineer, and session players, hopefully fitting your...


 2019-08-20  53m

Finding Open Mic Nights All Over The World

You're a singer/songwriter wanting to hone your craft. You want to perform in front of a live audience, but just don't know where to go. Maybe you're traveling on business or vacation to a new city, and want to know about what opportunities there are...


 2019-08-12  40m

Reaching Your Goals... One Gig at a Time

Bill Cinque at the age of 19, started out like every other musician playing with friends, at local coffee houses and bar gigs. But his goals were far loftier than most. He wanted to perform at the Hollywood Bowl and Madison Square Garden. Bill went on...


 2019-08-05  53m

The Future of Microphone & Headphone Technology is Here Today

Meet Laura Clapp Davidson, who's a Development Specialist for Shure... you know, those folks who have been providing some of the best microphones (and now headphones and earbuds) for the past 90+ years for the entertainment industry. You might...


 2019-07-29  45m