Kevin discusses his trouble trying to donate his skeleton to entertainment in his will. We field a question from a listener regarding the benefits and drawbacks of releasing music via Royalty Free vs collecting royalties through a performance rights organization. Then Bryan geeks out about his new guitar amp attenuator.
Nice, but creepy music for storytelling. Simple melodies played on that old piano your grandma had in her basement. It was once great, but has since become a spider and dust motel.
I’m sure the spiders think it is pretty great. Gotta be loud if you’re a piano spider, but rent control totally makes it worth it. You can download the full uncompressed files here!
Several users have alerted me to issues surrounding a particular publisher claiming copyright on my music. Dance-All-Day (email@example.com) has claimed (and released) Elf Meditation and Deep Relaxation on my own channel.
It seems Cristian Tuerk and Artur Mas recorded themselves over my music, resulting in Ganzheitliche Gesundheit erfahren (Elf Meditation) and Respira en mi (Deep Relaxation).
There are ContentID conflicts now, and it is causing problems.
If you are having a problem with these specific claims, please contact Adrian Foitschek (AFoitschek@dance-all-day.com) who should be able to take care of things!
In this episode of Composerish, Kevin discusses his current strategy for finding Patreon subscribers. Next, we talk about the pitfalls of various strategies for how to grow an audience quickly via social media. Finally, Kevin discusses how he finds motivation to be productive.