Are you an aspiring music creator? Industry experts head to Manchester to offer free advice on generating an income

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Are you an aspiring music creator? Industry experts head to Manchester to offer free advice on generating an income

PRS for Music, the membership organisation that represents the likes of local Manchester-based music stars IAMDDB, Aitch, Blossoms and over 140,000 music creators across the UK, is coming to Manchester to inspire the next generation of musical talent.As part of PRS for Music’s educational Outreach series, How To Make Digital Music Pay, will take place at YES, Charles Street, on Tuesday 15 October and will offer local songwriters, composers, producers and artists, the chance to learn how to increase royalties from streams and downloads.PRS for Music’s Outreach team and panellists including, Nathan Barley Philips, A&R specialist and UK Manager for TuneCore distribution, Beth Parnell, founder of music PR company Bandwagon Press and Mitch Page, Label Manager at Scruff of the Neck, which recently won Best Small Label at the AIM Awards, will discuss what creators need to know in today’s complex world of music; the intricacies of copyright, importance of playlisting and ultimately, how to make money from their music.The session will be followed by a chance to meet and network with speakers and potential collaborators.As a membership society, PRS for Music represents songwriters, composers, producers and music publishers in the UK and beyond, championing their rights and helping to make sure that they are paid whenever their music is streamed, downloaded, broadcast, performed or played in public.The evening will be hosted by Daniel Jones, PRS for Music’s Outreach Manager, North of England, who commented: “These panels are designed with composers and songwriters at every point in their careers in mind – whether you’ve just written your first song or your fiftieth. As a membership organisation, PRS for Music doesn’t just collect royalties on your behalf, we’re also here for creators to turn to for advice and education on the music business.”While the event is free, space is limited so please ensure you book a space online if you wish to attend. Both non-members and PRS for Music members are encouraged to attend. Register for a ticket at: howtomakedigitalmusicpay.eventbrite.co.uk

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