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"song management" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

Your Favorite Band Sucks

03:23 min | 6 months ago

"song management" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

"Going to wait fifteen years to recoup their money. They're going to aggressively. Sell your music into every possible place. It could be sold in squeeze every possible dime out of it period. They just will. This guy has said that he right now. He's ninety percent focus on acquisition and ten percent. Focus on working the catalog but as soon as he hits that twenty percent acquisition that he has stated as his goal he has said he's going to flip it and it's going to be ten percent focus on acquisition. Because he will already have more than enough to do whatever his real plan is. And then ninety percent working the catalog years acquired right and this shit is gonna get silly at that point just like any business. Consolidation is bad for consumers. Less choice is bad for consumers. More choice is good for consumers allowing companies allowing people to consolidate ownership never ends well a for the creators or be for the consumer. It only works well for the investors. So this guy is super aware of all of the negative connotations that come from being called the publishing company anyone who's read more than five books of baout bands knows all the various ways that people get fucked on publishing getting fucked on publishing is a cliche of the music industry. So he goes to such great lengths to say that there isn't a publishing company is a song management company. The one thing that i can see. That is different about hypnosis. At least four now is they're not affiliated with a record label as are all three of the other major publishing companies who owned this much of the rock cannon. But just like they don't have to worry about trying to find tomorrow's hit songwriters they don't have to worry about finding tomorrow's great artists either because again the whole value of being record. Label is accumulating a catalogue of profitable master recordings in order to fund the risk of signing new artists. And guess what. Hypnosis is buying masters to So this guy is literally just dropping in taking everything that does make money in the music business and then worrying about one of the high risk aspects that the future of this industry requires He does not care. Why would see well because none of these people actually believe that there is a future immune exactly. There is no future of music. That's exactly label is unable to fund new projects. It's just going to go away. And eventually if only a handful of companies hold the keys to the kingdom even for independent artists even for new artists trying to do something. It's going to be infinitely harder if we are going back to the gatekeepers from the seventies eighties and nineties. Worth it only now. They're not going to sign new artists. No napster that's come along. I guess in level the playing field. There are a couple of things that can happen. So what is all should be sounding like to anyone with a brain between their ears is simply this..

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"song management" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

Your Favorite Band Sucks

05:48 min | 6 months ago

"song management" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks

"Okay. This is the guy who is pretending like what he's doing. Has this altruistic side motive buying up all these catalogues right. Also i mean no offense to him but also a really common theme with conmen con artists in general. There's always an altruistic thing. oh yeah. I'm doing this for you. Art is is got to be the number one target of people that want to be like this. Because i don't know any better. Oftentimes artists make art. They just wanna make because that's what they do. Anyone who's been following kanye west for the past. Two years knows exactly how this shakes out and look i get it like people have sympathy for artists and everything but if you step foot in this arena a you think that it's all fun and games and getting famous and getting rich in not having a watcher asshole. Twenty four seven shit. I could do one hundred episodes of podcast. Ju ju just just interviewing bands that have been ripped off by their managers. Almost always not always almost always their managers rip them off so this dude calls hypnosis a song management company instead of a fucking publishing company but if you find interviews with him you will see his explanation of the difference. What he's doing is he's only acquiring assets that have a proven value in the marketplace as opposed to taking the risks that irregular publishing company takes by signing new songwriters to write new music which may or may not become profitable. Nearly one hundred percent of this guy's assets provide a large enough returned for him to hire enough employees more employees. A irregular publishing company would hire and have each of those employees. Just gonna use the figures that he always throws around so he says that regular publishing company probably has one person working like twenty thousand songs does a lot of songs. A person cannot functionally work all of those songs to their maximum potential. That's true so this guy's theory is i will have people working only like five hundred to maybe a couple of thousand songs max. So you've got one person covering that many songs. They can be much more effective at exploiting each to his maximum potential. The efficiency of this company is going to be unlike anything we've ever seen from a regular publishing company but this is just a guy who raised enough capital to buy his way into having a catalog the size of a legacy publishing company except the catalog comprises nearly nothing but hit songs. Okay to follow me here. What most publishing companies do is have a catalog vit- like ten percent or less earns the money usually less yes allowing them right to take risks signing the writers who may right the hit songs of tomorrow right and then they have a share of that too that that gets added to the minority percentage of the catalog that is earning Same thing with record companies die idea of owning a record company to exist for long enough to build a back catalog in which some small percentage of that makes the vast majority of your revenue and it makes enough money to risk some of it signing new artist who may then become the legendary musical of tomorrow. This guy is buying all the shit that has been proven to be a success and investing nearly none of it in any kind of future for this entire industry. This dude is strip mining music. He's not the only one but he's the most blatant and obvious one about it yet. I feel like i made a note in here. It was like black rocker..

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"song management" Discussed on Drink Champs

Drink Champs

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"song management" Discussed on Drink Champs

"This very complicated thing you know me you know what you're talking about i mean you know sons hit a snag analysis on can't get their mothers of drugs mca a tough one no not nonstandard usually short in terms of you know unionized and hip hopping in you know it's something to think about song management can you know can create that kind of of vibe it's not nice nice and are at the laborers look the people the guys on the ground floor guys who had three four songs the guys who you know it would be great if they had a medical books come out we too much better of three of our way of three four thousand jobs rob brace in dc easy iraq don't deserve to be three they first when i saw me are okay at acting yeah i don't think it's not i think there's a good idea budgeting teacher it takes a lotta terminal a lot of commitment is real is you know you have to be real about things like well if you gave ten years a hip hop bright murray you dedicated to hip hop now you you'd rather you develop some type of disease it only takes four thousand to get to take the get rid disease and there's people like us who have i'll give a band you'll give a band jay z give ban whatever tim that persons you know i would always be willing to contribute to some like that as long as are no durazone londono weakness is transparent ticketed organization is transparent low profile my brother.

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