Unit 39: The Sound and Music IndustryUnit 31: Planning Delivering a Music Product            Assignment: 2      Areas of t...
Unit 31, GC 6 - Roles in the Recording      Studio and in the Wider IndustryProducer:              Engineer:• Quincy Jones...
U39 – GC1 - Artist ManagementThe first area of the Music Industry we looked at wasartist management.“an artist manager’s j...
U39 GC2 - Jobs in Artist Management
U39 GC2 - Jobs in Artist Management   If you are choosing to look at the roles associated with this area,   are the people...
U39 GC3 - Contracts in Artist      Management               • Usually a verbal                 agreement. Verbal          ...
U39 GC 3 - Contractual terms• Term of contract• Minimum Delivery• Terms and Conditions• ‘Potboiler’ clause• Sunset clause•...
U39 GC1 - Record Labels            The next area we looked at was record labels.            How is a Major label different...
U39 GC2 - Jobs in Record Labels
U39 GC2 - Jobs in Record LabelsIf you are choosing to look at the roles associated with this area, are the peopleyou are r...
U39 GC3 - Record ContractsMinimum term – what isthis measured in?Minimum Delivery?Record or Release?Time Schedules?Exclusi...
U39 GC1 - Music Publishing       Companies           The next area we looked at was publishing companies.           What d...
U39 GC2 - Jobs in Music Publishing
U39 GC2 - Jobs in Music PublishingIf you are choosing to look at the roles associated with this area, are the peopleyou ar...
U39 GC 3 - Music Publishing ContractsMinimum term – what isthis measured in?Minimum Delivery?Record or Release?Time Schedu...
U39 GC 3 - Music Publishing Contracts                   What kind of deal are you signing?                   •   Singer-so...
U39 GC1 - Live Performance             The next area we looked at was live performance.             What is the purpose of...
U39 GC2 - Jobs in Live Performance
U39 GC2 - Jobs in Live Performance If you are choosing to look at the roles associated with this area, are the people you ...
U39 GC 3 - Venue AgreementsRiders?Soundcheck?Material?Transportation?Exclusivity?Marketing?Accommodation?PPL?PRS for Music?
U39 GC3 - Band Agreements             Why should you have a band             agreement?             What is the purpose of...
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  1. 1. Unit 39: The Sound and Music IndustryUnit 31: Planning Delivering a Music Product Assignment: 2 Areas of the Music Industry
  2. 2. Unit 31, GC 6 - Roles in the Recording Studio and in the Wider IndustryProducer: Engineer:• Quincy Jones • Eddie Kramer• Steve Albini • Phill Brown• Tony Visconti • David Eringa• Rick Rubin • Ken Scott• Chris Tsangarides • Glyn Johns• William Orbit • Bill Porter• George Martin• Butch Vig What other roles are• Martin Hannet associated with recording studios and who do they work with in the wider industry?
  3. 3. U39 – GC1 - Artist ManagementThe first area of the Music Industry we looked at wasartist management.“an artist manager’s job is to pursue the maximumfinancial benefit from the intellectual property ofthe artist, so long as it is in keeping with the artist’swishes”• What artist management there for?• Who is the employee?• How does a manager get paid?• What else is involved?Some famous managers include: Peter Grant Don Arden Scooter Braun Simon Fuller
  4. 4. U39 GC2 - Jobs in Artist Management
  5. 5. U39 GC2 - Jobs in Artist Management If you are choosing to look at the roles associated with this area, are the people you are researching self-employed or employed by someone else? What is their role/job description? What qualifications/experience/skills would you need to do that job?
  6. 6. U39 GC3 - Contracts in Artist Management • Usually a verbal agreement. Verbal contracts are still legally binding. • Based on trust between the two parties • Will discuss exactly is required by both parties. • You will need to provide at least two examples to talk about if you choose this area.
  7. 7. U39 GC 3 - Contractual terms• Term of contract• Minimum Delivery• Terms and Conditions• ‘Potboiler’ clause• Sunset clause• Exclusions• Exclusivity• Cross Collateralisation/360°• Territory
  8. 8. U39 GC1 - Record Labels The next area we looked at was record labels. How is a Major label different to an Indie label? How are both different to Subsidiary labels/Mini Major labels? What is the purpose of record labels? What are the functions associated with record labels? Well known figures connected to record labels: Leonard Chess Jac Holzman Richard Branson David Geffen Berry Gordy
  9. 9. U39 GC2 - Jobs in Record Labels
  10. 10. U39 GC2 - Jobs in Record LabelsIf you are choosing to look at the roles associated with this area, are the peopleyou are researching self-employed or employed by someone else?What is their role/job description?What qualifications/experience/skills would you need to do that job?
  11. 11. U39 GC3 - Record ContractsMinimum term – what isthis measured in?Minimum Delivery?Record or Release?Time Schedules?Exclusivity?Sunset clause?Advances?Royalties?PPL?PRS for Music?
  12. 12. U39 GC1 - Music Publishing Companies The next area we looked at was publishing companies. What does a publishing company do? How are they different to record labels? What is the purpose of publishing companies? What are the functions associated with publishing companies? What are their revenue sources? Well known figures connected to publishing companies and writers: Lew Grade David James Carole King Billy Joel Van Dyke Parks
  13. 13. U39 GC2 - Jobs in Music Publishing
  14. 14. U39 GC2 - Jobs in Music PublishingIf you are choosing to look at the roles associated with this area, are the peopleyou are researching self-employed or employed by someone else?What is their role/job description?What qualifications/experience/skills would you need to do that job?
  15. 15. U39 GC 3 - Music Publishing ContractsMinimum term – what isthis measured in?Minimum Delivery?Record or Release?Time Schedules?Exclusivity?Sunset clause?Advances?Royalties?‘On Receipts’ or ‘At Source’?PRS for Music?
  16. 16. U39 GC 3 - Music Publishing Contracts What kind of deal are you signing? • Singer-songwriter Deal • Writer deal • Fixed Period Deal • Administration Deal • Single Song Assignment
  17. 17. U39 GC1 - Live Performance The next area we looked at was live performance. What is the purpose of live performance? What are the functions associated with publishing companies? What are their revenue sources? How do artists and writer earn money from this area? What other things do venue owners need to consider when opening their venue for business?
  18. 18. U39 GC2 - Jobs in Live Performance
  19. 19. U39 GC2 - Jobs in Live Performance If you are choosing to look at the roles associated with this area, are the people you are researching self-employed or employed by someone else? What is their role/job description? What qualifications/experience/skills would you need to do that job?
  20. 20. U39 GC 3 - Venue AgreementsRiders?Soundcheck?Material?Transportation?Exclusivity?Marketing?Accommodation?PPL?PRS for Music?
  21. 21. U39 GC3 - Band Agreements Why should you have a band agreement? What is the purpose of a band agreement? What could happen if you didn’t have a band agreement? What is another term for a band agreement?

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