Day 4 of the Cutting Edge Music Conference in New Orleans: A panel of music industry professionals talks about what budding artists should avoid when attempting to set up a gig
A panel of music industry professionals discuss how the recent economic crisis has affected the music festival scene and its pursuit of new talent
Music industry insiders Greg Eveline, Mousa, Dino Gankendorff, Jonathan McHugh, & Suzette Toledano Becker talk about New Orleans musicians and why they view conventional marketing and entrepreneurship techniques as "selling out"
Music industry professionals Jill Sobule, Chris Joseph, Tim Kappel, & Steve Riley talk about newly developing non profit music business models and how they're changing the way music is created and distributed
A panel of music industry professionals talk about talent buying and what role festivals play in their scouting and showcasing of artists
Music industry professionals Christian Kuffner, Bruce Barnes, Gary Edwards, & Dave Margulies talk about alternative ways of breaking into the music festival market
Video game industry insiders Ric Neil, Randy Eckhardt, David Hirshland, Ezra Jay, & Elliot Adams talk about how video games have developed as an outlet for independent musicians to gain exposure and about how to get their songs to game designers
In this segment of a Loyola University, New Orleans Music Industry Program Series drum teacher and retailer Ray Fransen answers audience questions on a variety of subjects, including how he advises students to select their gear; the drawbacks to building your own drums; and the state of music instrument retail in New Orleans.
In this segment of a Loyola University, New Orleans Music Industry Studies lecture series, musician and industry veteran Martin Atkins explains his
In this segment of a Loyola University, New Orleans Music Industry Studies lecture series, musician and industry veteran Martin Atkins answers audience inquiries with advice on subjects as diverse as how to tour in a band with nine people, how to keep tour promotion interesting over time, and why the SXSW music conference is not a good place to break bands.