Music Industry Heavyweights and Educators Discuss the Future of the Music Industry on

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The goal of is to be a guide and a resource for music and music industry related topics

profit resource for music and the music industry showcases over 2,000 hours of video interviews with behind-the-scenes music industry insiders and performers on a variety of topics that affect the future of the music industry.

"The goal of is to be a guide and a resource for music and music industry related topics," says John Snyder, producer of multiple Grammy® Award winning recordings and founder of "Today, it's more important than ever for artists and music business entrepreneurs to take control of their own careers by educating themselves on the emerging technologies, techniques, and music business trends that are driving the future of music." features a range of diverse interviews including copyright pioneer Lawrence Lessig; Interscope/Geffin/A&M Records Chairman Jimmy Iovine; Jay Cooper, Chair of the Los Angeles Entertainment Practice of Greenberg Traurig; esteemed music producer Glen Ballard; Bob Jamieson, former President and CEO of RCA Records and BMG North America; and legendary music educator Sandy Feldstein. also showcases instruction and performances by faculty and students from some of the best music education programs in the country including: Berklee College of Music, USC Thornton School of Music, Juilliard, UCLA, NYU, the California Institute of the Arts, and Loyola University in New Orleans.

About the is a free comprehensive online resource where all musicians can receive informational support, guidance, and expert resources to help them navigate the challenges and maximize the opportunities available to them within the music industry. The site's conception and funding for its development comes from The Herb Alpert Foundation. Artists House Music provides musicians and those who want to work in music with the tools to learn about the various segments of the industry on their own time, on their own terms, for free.


Mike King, Director of Marketing
Artists House Foundation


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