Welcome DIY Music Biz Fans!

Thank you so much for making the leap from DIY Music Biz to my website. I truly hope you found some value in my discussion with Greg about copyright for musicians.

As a way to say thanks for watching the interview and visiting iangibson.com, I’ve put together a free download for you. It is a quick guide for independent musicians called “HOW COPYRIGHT LAW GETS MUSICIANS PAID.”

  • Do you know the difference with licensing fees and royalties?
  • Ever been confused about how royalties really work and whether you are getting your fair share? 
  • Interested in releasing a cover song on your next record but unsure how mechanical royalties and compulsory licenses work?

This guide will shed light on all of the above and more.

What’s the catch? I want to connect with you by email so I can let you know when new information, posts, or products are released that may be relevant to you. Simply join my email list by adding your name and email address below then clicking JOIN THE LIST. Once that is completed, you will automatically be sent a link to download “HOW COPYRIGHT LAW GETS MUSICIANS PAID.”

If you are a professional musician, don’t you owe it to yourself to understand the basics?

Musicians on my email list receive helpful tips on protecting their music, avoiding lawsuits, and building a brand around their art that can thrive. I sincerely want to help you and joining my email list is the easiest and fastest way for us to connect.

Feel free to send me an email anytime! I read every email that I receive and would love to hear from you.

Again, thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you enjoy the free guide “HOW COPYRIGHT LAW GETS MUSICIANS PAID.”

Dedicated to your creative success,

Ian Gibson, Esq.

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