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Module 3A: The Business Of Recorded MusicThis Module introduces the business models that underpin the recorded music industry - and provides key concepts that will be developed in later modules. This is a vital module towards understanding the operation of the recorded music industry.
Module 3B: The Economics of the Music IndustryThis module introduces the economic principles upon which the music business operates and allows students to view the music industry as an advanced business -person does, rather than as a music fan. This is an important module in making that transition.
Module 3C: Inside A Record CompanyThis module opens the doors to a record company to reveal the roles and functions performed by people working there and provides many insights to these companies only available to insiders.
Module 3D: The Major Label LandscapeThis Module considers the position of the major labels - Warner, Sony and Universal. The recorded music business has been subject to great change and evolution on this change has been felt most strongly in the role and business of major labels - still dominant forces in the music business.
Module 3E: Understanding Independent LabelsIndependent records labels (or indies) have a vital role to play in the current recorded music landscape. This Module goes to the heart of the indie label world and speaks to a number of important players from the indie world.
Module 3F:Overview of Recording ContractsThis module looks at the form and detail of recording contracts - the document that governs the relationship between the artist (and their music) and their record company. This unit is essential for artists, managers and anyone wanting to work in the record company area.
Module 3G:Distribution and AggregationThis Module looks at the evolution and current state of play in the distribution of music - taking in a consideration of the business of physical distribution, the world of digital distribution and the role of innovative service companies like digital aggregators. This unit is vital for artists, managers and anyone dealing in recorded product.
Module 4A: Evolution Of The Music Publishing IndustryThis Module looks at the way in which the service and business of a music publisher has evolved in the last century - and provides an important platform for the other modules in this stream. This is essential viewing for songwriters and anyone working with songwriters.
Module 4B:The Business of Music PublishingThis Module considers the economic model that underpins the music publishing business and considers the risk and reward models that are behind that industry and the way that music publishers survive and flourish - something that all songwriters, artist managers and advisors must understand.
Module 4C: The Anatomy of a Music PublisherThis Module looks behind the doors of the music publishing industry and the roles found in music publishing businesses of all types - reflecting the creative, administrative and financial aspects of the publishing business.