The Art of the Pitch Q3 2020

How to pitch your songs and get cuts in the new music business™.

Course Description: 

In this course, students will learn the foundational specific knowledge needed successfully pitch songs as an independent songwriter entrepreneur or music publisher in the new music business.

 

Building on material learned in previous courses, weekly research and lab applications help students set up systems for success long term, and fosters a proactive mindset to success.

 

Each week we will have a lesson providing specific skills to master with additional practice exercises, opportunity to get feedback on one song per week from your pitching catalog, and a current events lab assignment to foster the habit of being informed in the music market place.  During class we will perform a 7 Steps Analysis™ on a chart topping song in a variety of genres (Pop, Country, Reggae, R&B, Dance, Folk, Sound Track).

 

Students who complete the course will understand how to apply passive pitching™ and active pitching™ strategies to their skill level appropriate specific business objectives.

Questions Addressed By The Course: 

  • What is pitching songs?

  • Who pitches songs?

  • How does personal brand relate to  pitching songs?

  • Should I copyright my songs before I pitch them?

  • Are pitch services worth it?

  • What is an independent song plugger and when should I hire one?

  • How can I pitch my songs without being too pushy?

  • What should I do after I pitch the song?

  • What does it mean when someone asks to put a song on hold?

  • How do I pitch to film and television?

  • How do I pitch to publishers?

  • How do I pitch to record companies?

  • How do I pitch to recording artists?

  • How do I pitch to brands?

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Recommended Reading

Brand Yourself the Right Way in the New Millennium of Music Business

by: Amanda Colleen Williams

Our core workbook and text for this course.

Registered with the Library of Congress and deposited in the National Library of Jamaica.

Brand You Workbook front cover.jpg
The Ultimate Sales Machine

by: Chet Holmes

10,000 Hours to Mastery 

utilizes core reading from Chet Holmes' book to underscore the importance of time management for effective business leaders.

Disclosure: Songpreneurs receives commission on sales.

Getting Started the Right Way in the New Millennium of Music Business

by: Amanda Colleen Williams

Our core workbook and text for this course.

Registered with the Library of Congress and deposited in the National Library of Jamaica.

Getting Started Workbook front cover_edi
7 Habits of Highly Effective People

by: Stephen R. Covey

10,000 Hours to Mastery utilizes

recommended reading from Covey's classic business book for our forum discussions in this course.

Disclosure: Songpreneurs receives commission on sales.

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