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How Did Music Become Modernized? Listen to This Podcast

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In recent weeks, we (and virtually every other independent and major music outlet in existence) have kept you up to date on the historic Music Modernization Act, which promises sweeping and long-anticipated reforms for how musicians, publishers, and songwriters get paid for their work.

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The Music Modernization Act Ultimately Benefits Musical Creators

One of the rarest of rare events happened in Washington, DC: a unanimous Congressional approval of a large piece of legislation; an affirmative 100 – 0 vote in the Senate and a 415 – 0 vote in the House. On October 11, 2018, the Orrin G. Hatch–Bob Goodlatte Music Modernization Act was signed into law.

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BMI Teaches the Hallmarks of Good Engineering

A couple weeks ago, we asked you to shout out the music producers in your lives, who have taken your projects from good to great, and great to amazing. Before that, we stressed the importance of doing this, to stand out in a world where more music is being released than ever before.

In case you’re still trying to figure out what to look for in high-quality music production, let the folks at BMI give you a few pointers.

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