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Digital storytelling: A tutorial in 10 easy steps

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"Thankful," a digital story by Sarah Schmidt.   How to create a polished, powerful digital story for yourself or your nonprofit Target audience: Nonprofits, social change organizations, educators, foundations, individuals.
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Make videos online with photos, clips, music

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Make beautiful videos, online, easily! How to make travel movies, wedding videos, promo ads, property virtual tours: just add photos, clips, music and watch your video!

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This is a great free tool for creating videos online. Great for student projetcs.

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One of the more useful skills and tools can be the reason they are successful or not.  

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Make amazing videos in secondsMake beautiful movies using your photos and videos. Tell your story with text, maps. It's very easy, and super fun!
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Lyrics Uncovered: Keith Urban, 'Raise 'Em Up' (Feat. Eric Church)

Keith Urban's "Raise 'Em Up" lyrics present some of the most imaginative imagery at country radio today, and according to one of the songwriters, that was part of the idea from the beginning.
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Hot 100 55th Anniversary: The All-Time Top 100 Songs

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When Billboard introduced weekly music charts in 1940, there were sales chart


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Sales of vinyl LPs cross the half a million mark in 2013, for the first time since 2003Vinyl sales up by 100% in 2013Almost nine in 10 vinyl buyers say it is their preferred music format, new BPI survey findsDaft Punk top 2013 LP chart
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Here Is The Fantastically Tiny Amount Of Money Artists Get When Spotify Plays Their Songs

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Each time Spotify plays a song, your favorite...

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State Of The Music Licensing Industry 2013

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The Music Licensing Directory www.musiclicensingdirectory.com has just released an Infographic report providing detailed analysis of the current state of the Music Licensing Industry. The report provides insightful data on the global multi-billion dollar music licensing industry, and highlights the prolific use of retitling amongst music licensing companies, as well as the size of the industry and current trends and roles within music licensing.


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Pierre Priot's curator insight, March 27, 2013 5:38 AM

Comprehensive infographics about the state of music licensing. If big figures make you unconfortable, skip this one.

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Artist Growth: The Music Management Platform: Video

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Artist Growth CEO Matt Urmy and recording artist Chastity Brown discuss the company's business model and how technology is changing the music world.

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Free Music App Brings Top YouTube Songs to Your iPhone

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No pennies needed for iOS music app MusicTube, which lets you listen to and watch music videos from YouTube's huge swath of content for free.

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Do Less and Focus Hard: If You're Busy, You're Doing Something Wrong

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Hard work may pay off, but there's a big difference between tackling a difficult task and putting in a lot of hours.

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World Hip Hop Women: From The Sound Up, by Mixed by DJ LaJedi

World Hip Hop Women: From The Sound Up by Mixed by DJ LaJedi, released 21 January 2013 (RT @ItsBuddhaBlaze: See if @XtaticSamz manager was awake she needs to be on this project.

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Songwriting Tip: The Lover and the Beloved in Your Song

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The Lover and the Beloved in Your Song
 by Harriet Schock
Songwriters can’t escape writing a love song at one time or another. But there’s one problem I see over and over in this type of song.
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Hear Daft Punk’s 1997 ‘Essential Mix’ Again For the First Time

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On January 17, 1997, Daft Punk released their debut album Homework. At the time, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo were just two starry-eyed Parisian kids with a stack of vinyl jams and a dream.
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Tips for Creatively Processing Drum Loops

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An article with a ton of creative processing techniques for samples and loops.
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WeVideo | Free Online Video Editor & Maker

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WeVideo is the leading online video creation platform for video editing, collaboration, and sharing across iPhone, iPad, Android, Chromebook, MAC, PC.

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A really useful tool for video based projects.

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WeVideo is the leading online video creation platform for video editing, collaboration, and sharing across iPhone, iPad, Android, Chromebook, MAC, PC.

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Music Industry - How Much Producers Should Charge? - :: Dynamic Producer

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In the music industry, producers often ask “How much should I charge?” A general rule of thumb, is that you should charge whatever it is that you can get someone (Music Industry - How Much Producers Should Charge?


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"For what they put up with and ultimately create? How do you qualify that with a dollar amount?"

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For what they put up with and ultimately create? How do you qualify that with a dollar amount?
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Lyric Videos: Low Cost, High Return!

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Music Videos are expensive.  It's a fact. In order to make a good video, you need a great videographer with an excellent lens, and someone who really knows how to edit a video (sloppy cuts can totally diminish the quality of a video).

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Russell Brand directs fans to The Pirate Bay to download new DVD

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Brand also posted links to Amazon and BBC Shop

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Ladies First: 31 Female Rappers Who Changed Hip-Hop

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In celebration of women's history month, we're spotlighting 31 great female MCs over 31 days.Hip-hop is a tough game in which only the best survive. From the early days of the male-dominated genre, female rappers have proved that women, though few in numbers, are fearless, strong especially when unified and are not only capable of standing as tall as the next man but also of outshining them.Many female rhymers, from Queen Latifah to Nicki Minaj, have destroyed the proverbial glass ceiling to become legends in their own right. In celebration of women's history month, we're spotlighting 31 of the greatest female rappers of all time over a 31-day series, kicking off with an interview with MC Lyte. Come back each day in March for a new profile.Day 19: TrinaMeeting Trick Daddy and Signing to Slip-N-Slide Records"I met Trick [Daddy] a while before we did music. Before signing to Slip-N-Slide [Records] he recorded a song with Luke ("Scarred"). My girlfriends went up for the video and I came with them.""He [later] called me and asked, 'I need you to do me a favor. I need you to do a record for me.' I was like, 'Are you serious? No, I'm not doing it.' He asked for my friends and me to come up to the studio and hang out. 'No. Absolutely not. I'm not doing that,' I said. But we went and we were listening to some records off the album. The engineer came in and played the record he wanted to be on ('Nann'). He didn't' ask me to be a rapper on the record, he said he wanted me to 'go toe to toe with me but from a girl's perspective. I'm going to talk trash and I want you to talk yours.' I was like, 'Uh, okay?' It just happened.""Trick knew that I was feisty and could hold my own. He knew if he needed someone to talk trash, without acting or forced, he knew that'd be me.""I got a call from the owner of the label, Ted Lucas. He said he wanted to meet with me: 'I heard the record you did. What do you think about being Slip-N-Slide?' I was like, 'Absolutely not.' He told me to just think about it, and still I said, 'No.' But, hearing the record and the response, it boosted me to feel like, 'Why not?' I went to the studio by myself, listened to some more records and I liked it. I recorded a few things and tried it out. Him and I had a long conversation about the industry, and after that I said, 'Why not?'""I was thinking, 'I am not an artist. I did not wake up and say this is what I wanted to do with my life.' While I loved music, I was already into real estate and had a normal life."Provocative Lyrics"I'm from Miami. It's a beautiful place. It's nightlife: partying [and] strip clubs. I grew up in a world of Luke. He was one of the most provocative musicians to come out. That's the world that I came up in so everything of this real.""It's realistic, whether it be for the clubs or about relationships. I like to face whatever I feel, and live through it. Some people are afraid to talk about stuff, I don't care cause it's life. I'm a realist; I think that's what keeps me grounded. People say it's money and everything but try living without it."The Making of "Da Baddest Bitch""I was 17, 18-years-old. It didn't seem like a lot of work was being done because a lot of work was being done for me. I had guys in the studio telling me, 'You need to do something for the lovers, something for the independent women... something for everyone. They came to me and said, 'There's this kind of record or that kind of record. Give us something sexy. Give us something dark.' And, that's what I did. They would tell me my direction, that before I knew it the album dropped. There was no time to think about anything.""Fans chose 'Pull Over.' I went go off the crazy response from my fans when performing certain songs. People would yell out, 'Pull over, pull over.'"The Making of "Diamond Princess""At that point, from being on the road for a year or so, I had more direction of who I was trying to be. I had more say on what I wanted to do, whether it be something more romantic because I had fallen in love. The album took me to another place as an artist. I could step to the label and say, 'I'm going to record these type of records.' The label was always against the love songs or the slow records. They love the pop, raw songs. There was always a fight. But, they believed in me because they saw me work so hard for 'Da Baddest Bitch.' They let me simmer down and agreed that I could do more of what I wanted to do."Advice from Missy Elliott"She'd tell me to stand my ground and stand for what you believe in. No matter if you if you are in a relationship or not, always keep your business your business and do real business the way you want to do it. Nobody can hold you down better than you.'Til this day, no matter what I do – whether I sign a contract or go independent – that advice stands true and I use it. You have to step up to the plate knowing what you want, who you want to work with, and you have to fight. It's something that I take with me. It's helped me get in and out of all the shady business that happens in the industry."Parting Ways with Slip-N-Slide Records"It's growth. I had been with Slip-N-Slide since the beginning of my career, since singing my first contract, since the day my first album came out. Everything I learned, I learned through them. They were and still are my family. I grew up and grew out of that. I grew into something I wanted to do myself. I felt like it was time to take that step and do my own thing. It's like being a kid; At 18-years-old you want to get your own place. It felt like that. I have my wings. I want to fly. I did everything. I delivered five albums; That was my deal. I want to do something real and to take over my brand. I needed to do my own thing."Female Rappers vs. The Industry"The industry is not glitter and glam; It's smoke and mirrors, so you can be left behind or caught up. You can't really hate the players though, you have to hate the game. As a woman, you have to work twice as hard and twenty-times harder in the paint than guys. I have gone to male artists show and I can honestly say [that] my show is better. But, I don't get credit cause I'm not a guy."Rap Beefs"Women are catty, emotional and insecure creatures so it naturally brings drama. I'm conformable with who I am. I'm 100% secure in my own skin, so if I like your work and it moved me in any sort of way I will support you.""Beef is a waste of energy and time. Beef doesn't pay the bills. Beef doesn't put food on the table. I have to take care of what I need to do so I'm good for the next 10-years. I don't have time for that type of lifestyle. My girlfriends and I were the types that supported each other. It's not about hip-hop, it's about what's in the inside and that's insecurity. I'm for performing and recording with all female rappers. We have dope female rappers in the game. I don't know why there aren't more dope records with us like there are with guys. I've been on video sets, and some of these guys don't speak to each other but in the video they act like they're cool."What's Next?"For this next album, it's about what's happening now. I'm extremely happy and extremely in love. I've gone through so much that I'm putting it all in my music. I had tragedy happen in my life. There's part of me that's numb from it; I was able to reflect that in this album. Something that happened last year is the loss of my little brother. It's the most tragic[thing] I've experienced. I don't think, personally, I've accepted it or come to terms with it. I still look at it as something that didn't happen. I'm dealing with it [though], so when I'm in the studio I'm letting it pour out especially one specific record. I had to face it and I poured it out on a record.""I'm not rushing. I'm looking late summer or the fall for the release.""I have a personal record called 'You' coming in two weeks. I have a record with Cassie [coming] after 'You.' The record is uptempo and produced by is about the strength of a woman that's been broken, lied to or cheated on. No matter how energy you put in a situation, it feels not good enough and your fed up.""I was so young when I worked on my first clothing line. We were great, but had different visions. I wasn't as in tune with that part of the business because of music. I get it now. I'm working on a new clothing line right now. I'm looking at designs and patterns. I'm working on my second perfume now."NEXT: Roxanne Shanté

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How to be a Rockstar at Social Media: What Every Band Should Be Doing - MTT - Music Think Tank

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Are you listening?

Are you really listening?

I’ve mentioned it a few times before:...

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Copywriting & Storytelling: Key Readings & Resources

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The bond between copywriting and storytelling is not just strong… It’s unbreakable. If you consider yourself a copywriter, you better be damn good at writing “cannot put the thing down” stories.

 

Read the full article for an extensive list of essential reading and resources from categories like:

- Articles/Links

- ooks

- Courses and other Products

- Audio/Podcasts


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Karen Dietz's curator insight, March 14, 2013 8:54 PM

Fellow curator Kim Zinke for How To Find And Tell Your Story here at Scoop.it found this piece and I thought you all might want to have this list to explore too.


Some of the articles in the list I've curated. Some books I've referenced. Some pieces are new to me. I'm not sure of the quality of all of them but I think they are worth checking out. A bunch are from the screenwriting or fiction world, but hey -- those can be really useful in biz storytelling.


So we will have fun exploring. 


I've seen some posts lately from other curators that I'm going to bring your way in the next day or too. Still trying to catch up after a death in the family on top of work and teaching. My apologies for being so far behind.


And thank you to Kim for this article!


This post was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling atwww.scoop.it/t/just-story-it

Debby McKinney's comment, March 15, 2013 9:01 PM
We all need to tell our story in a compelling way ... looking forward to reviewing the info ... Coach Debby McKinney
Karen Dietz's comment, March 16, 2013 7:47 PM
Hope you find some goodies Debby! Have a great weekend.
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Digital Music: The Key to the Future Success of the Music Industry

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Statistics show that digital music is the only aspect of the music industry that is growing. Here we look at how the industry must adapt to remain successful. (What does the future of the #music industry hold?

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The World's Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Music

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1_Rap Genius
For explicating the rap canon, then moving on to everything else. When they started Rap Genius in 2009, its founders just wanted to meet Cam’ron.

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Where NOT to Place Annotations on YouTube Videos [How-To's Day #5]

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Annotations are a fantastic feature for any YouTube creator as they can be used to guide the viewer to watch other channel content, visit an associated website, or to give extra information about a topic.
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Download Cluster Sound’s Korg MS-20 Ableton Live Pack for Free

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Without question, the Korg MS-20 monophonic synthesizer is a wonderful addition to an aspiring producer’s studio.
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The 26 Best Local Music Videos of 2014 - Nashville Scene

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If anyone has watched a lot of local music videos in 2014, it's your old pals at the Cream. There have been some genuinely impressive,...
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