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The Truth About Record Deals - Should I Sign to a Record Label

Dame Ritter, Kato on the Track and DJ Pain 1 explain record labels, staying independent vs. signing to a major label, and more in this A3C 2018 panel.

Producer: 
DJ Pain 1

No I.D. on Working with Jermaine Dupri | Red Bull Music Academy

No I.D. talks about the time he sought inspiration from Jermaine Dupri, visiting the fellow producer in Atlanta and getting insights on producing "big records," working with the like of Lil' Bow Wow and Plies and making his first visit to one of the city’s famous strip clubs. #atlanta #chicago #hiphop

Watch the full lecture - https://youtu.be/qM0EBBtVWdU - to hear No I.D. discuss his early years with Common, managing Kanye West, becoming friends with Jay-Z and why humility and focus are key to success.

Producer: 
No I.D.

Scott Storch on Making Hits for Dr. Dre, The Roots and Fat Joe | Red Bull Music Academy

Hip-hop producer and pianist Scott Storch discussed his career and the stories behind hits for Dr. Dre, Fat Joe, The Roots and many others during his public lecture at Red Bull Music Festival Toronto 2018. #RBMTO #scottstorch #hiphop

TOPICS:
05:40 - Meeting Questlove and joining The Roots
18:18 - Writing “Still D.R.E.” with Dr. Dre
25:25 - Making “Cry Me A River” with Timbaland and Justin Timberlake
42:48 - Looking back on the excess of success and its lessons
53:35 - Working with Young Thug, Trippie Redd and today's upcoming rappers

MUSIC:
09:40 - The Roots – “Proceed”

Producer: 
Scott Storch

Signing To A Record Label, Independent Vs. Major | A3C Conference Panel

Founders of Music Entrepreneur Club - Kato On The Track, DJ Pain 1 and Dame Ritter discuss the roles of a record label in today's music business.

Should Artists sign, or stay independent? Leave us a comment!

Music Entrepreneur Club (MEC) is an online music education and networking platform run by Kato, DJ Pain 1 and Dame Ritter. It includes weekly webinars and Q&A with special industry guests and music review sessions.

▶︎ FREE 2-Week Trial to Music Entrepreneur Club:
http://www.musicentrepreneurclub.com

▶︎ Follow Kato:
http://www.katoonthetrack.com

Producer: 
DJ Pain 1

Producer Knowledge: How CashMoneyAp's YouTube Channel Blew Up - Selling Beats Online 2018

CashMoneyAP reveals how he grew his YouTube following, including tips on fan interaction, single-keyword domination and basically not having a social life.

Excerpt from 2018 SXSW/Beatstars panel.

Producer: 
DJ Pain 1

Abe Batshon, CashMoneyAp and more | Making A Living Selling Beats Online | SXSW 2018

Speakers: Abe Batshon, CashMoneyAp, DJ Pain 1, Kato

Millions of Recording artists are born ever year around the world and original high quality music production is in very high demand for content creators to legally license music for their projects. Hear from some of the internets most successful music producers in the world as they share their experiences as digital music entrepreneurs. Speakers discuss how the internet has provided the ability to directly connect with fans and collaborators and to monetize their beats in so many different ways.

Producer: 
DJ Pain 1

Young Guru | Music Tech: A Gateway to Awaken America's Youth | SXSW 2018

Young Guru , Rodney Sampson

Music Tech: A Gateway to Awaken America's Youth

Engineer: 
Young Guru

Best of RMC: Cool and Dre Speak on Paying Their Dues

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Cool & Dre

Jimmy Douglass Lecture (Seattle 2005) | Red Bull Music Academy

Jimmy Douglass actually commenced his studio career while still attending high school, securing a job as a tape duplicator/editor at the Atlantic Records facility in New York. There he was able to observe legendary figures such as Tom Dowd, Jerry Wexler and Arif Mardin apply their skills to some now-historic recordings. Not a bad education for a novice. During the studio's downtime he also taught himself how to work the custom-made 16-channel console. What's more, when Douglass asked Wexler if he could use the facility to demo a band that he'd discovered, he was given the green light.

Engineer: 
Jimmy Douglass