Sound Advice Masterclasses 2017 - MusicNSW
Sound Advice Sound Production Masterclass 2017

MusicNSW's Sound Advice Masterclasses for 2017.

Tickets $35 via application only.

Digital Marketing Masterclasses

When: November 18, 11am-2:30pm
Where: The Works Glebe

Beginners Digital Marketing Masterclass 

Social media basics, content creation and planning your digital release.
With Mari Stuart (MusicNSW), Melody Forghani (twnty three) and Nikki Brogan (FBi Radio)

Intermediate Digital Marketing Masterclass

From setup to analytics: Making the most of online tools to deliver your release.
With Vanessa Picken (Comes With Fries).

Sound Production Basics Masterclass

Andy Lyle (Technical Event Services)
When: November 14, 6-9pm
Where: Studio in Marrickville

If you’ve ever wondered how a PA works, wanted to mic up your own drum kit or have no idea what foldback is or how it works – then this is the class for you. Come and learn the basics for getting the right sound for your band, from rehearsal to stage to recording. Designed for beginners, this is an introductory class for musicians wanting to ask the questions they’re too scared to ask about gear, sound systems, mics, cables and more.

Sound Advice: Legal Masterclass

with Arts Law Centre of Australia and APRA AMCOS
When: October 28, 11am 
Where: The Works Glebe

Musicians and the Law, 11am-12:30pm

Writing music can fill the heart with joy, but writing contracts; not so much. Let’s walk you through the legal issues to navigate to successfully protect and market your music. This workshop helps you understand your rights and how to deal with them in growing your music practice. In this workshop we cover what rights you have in your music, things to consider when you are performing in a band, and what to look out for in producer and publishing agreements. This workshop is relevant to all musicians, including solo artists and bands.

*Included in the ticket price is a free take home copy of Arts Law's Music Contracts Pack valued at over $120!

Face to face legal advice clinic, 1pm onwards.

FREE one on one appointments will be made available via application. The legal advice clinic from Arts Law provides an opportunity for musicians to strengthen their understanding of the legal issues affecting their arts practice or organisation.
Areas of law that can be discussed include, but are not limited to: Copyright and Moral Rights, Confidentiality, Insurance and Liability, Trademarks, Business names and structures. Please note Arts Law is unable to review contracts and documents at the advice clinic.