Jen has taught multiple students who have gone on to succeed in the music industry including Felix Jaehn - the platinum selling producer of OMI's 'Cheerleader' as well as others who are now working in Universal, Domino, Mute, Warner, Hart Media and many others.
Jen is a lecturer who has taught across a range of different educational establishments and some of the best in the UK including ACM, Point Blank and SAE. She developed the Study Music Business courses in order to offer the same level of knowledge and training to students without breaking the bank. The SMB courses are the cheapest around whilst still offering the same level of training.
We have a range of courses from intensive 8-10 week music business courses to short courses on promotion, branding, labels and publishing.
Study Music Business courses have been created to facilitate the transition between learning and becoming an industry professional and they will help to develop your skills in preparation for self employment, setting up your own company, or working with others and opening up careers in music.
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The Study Music Business 10 week course enables students to acquire the skills and expertise necessary to develop a career in the music industry. This course focuses on two parts: 1.
Copyright is absolutely imperitive to the music industry and we may not even have a music industry without it. This short course should only take 1-2 hours but covers all of the basic and some more complex areas associated with copyright, publishing and collection societies.
Branding is absolutely essential for any musician. The music business is all about earning money, it’s a business after all.
The Study Music Buisness course enables students to acquire the skills and expertise necessary to develop a career in the music industry. This course focuses on two parts: 1.
Once you have got great music and a well thought out brand you need to start building your fanbase and one of the ways to do this is to start getting your music out to blogs, press and radio. So how do you go about doing this? Where do you start? How do you find the right people? Can you employ people to do it for you? Throughout this course we look at the following aspects: Part 1: Where to Start Part 2: Building a Team Part 3: Press Kits Part 4: Biographies Part 5: Press Photos Part 6: Press Releases Part 7: Email Etiquette This course is perfect for musicians, managers or those wanting to setup a label or get into PR or plugging.
This is a short course that shouldn’t take more than a 1-2 hours to work through. The aim of this course is to provide you with a basic overview of the recording industry.