Music licensing means different things to different people. If you are an artist, licensing your music means you are giving permission for people to use your songs other than individual enjoyment. If you are a person seeking to use music for a project you must obtain permission from the owner of the song in order to use it. This article is to...  Read more

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It’s something every fan has experienced. You meet someone whose music you like, they treat you like an asshole, and you feel like a complete schmuck for being loyal to them. And you also have the opposite experience where you meet someone whose work you admire, they treat you great, and you’re amazed that not only are they’re a great artist, but...  Read more
For this year’s SXSW, I decided not to bother with the big names and the big lines. I had a wristband but no illusions that I’d make it in to see the big names, nor a huge desire to bother with the lines and crowds those names required. I wanted to see the little bands, the weird bands, the random stuff you only see during the festival. I wasn’t...  Read more
These "What I Think I Do" graphics are all over the place. We, at MadeLoud, wanted to get in on the action so all of us here got together to create one about Drummers (including MadeLoud Owner, Howard Huang, who is a drummer himself). We may even do some more and make this a part of a series, so let us know in the comments what you'd like to see...  Read more
Musicians love SXSW for the non-stop concerts, but the Interactive Fest (held before the music festival began) held a lot of important information and opportunities for musicians. Here’s a quick rundown of Interactive trade show attendees that have something to offer to musicians. Getting Heard: “Ever heard a song in a movie, a TV show, video...  Read more
SXSW (South By Southwest) is an annual music, film and interactive media conference held in Austin, Texas. For aspiring musicians or anyone in the media industry, it's one of the biggest dates on the events calendar. The conference combines various outlets – keynote speakers, panels, musician showcases, industry meet-and-greets, lounges and, of...  Read more
If you're a fan of rock, metal, or any other genre of music that's made to be played loud, you'll have dealt with your fair share of "Turn that sh*t down!" and "It's just not good for you, dearie." Well-meaning parents, friends and convenience store clerks honestly fear for your safety when they hear those blastbeats rumbling out your headphones,...  Read more
You've worked hard to make an album, book that tour, and get your band to a place where you want other people to know about it. The problem is, they won't, unless someone tells them. Nine times out of ten, people and bands don't get "discovered" anymore, and in a flood of information, you're going to need to lead listeners to your oasis. Here's...  Read more
When the band Chrysaor dissolved, the musician Linchpin who now records under the name Ex Machina had a chance at a new template and a new start. "[I] am exploring and fusing different styles of genres available to me but the main and important ingredient is Nu-metal," he explains, and to that end he has produced three videos including this one...  Read more
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MadeLoud artist Rutz got in touch recently, saying "How's it going? Listen to my latest song: "That's what happens when you love" ....Let me know what U think!" Well Rutz, it's a pretty interesting track, and you readers can hear for yourselves (the download is free). More than anything else, the track sounds like a hybrid of kind of scattered...  Read more

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