The most exciting thing for music publishers is that the technology will be coming in, says Tim Fricke, who runs the website Music Publishing For Music Publishers.
“We are going to have to change the way we do our business,” he says.
“Publishers have been doing that for years and it is really, really important to them.
You’re going to see a lot more music publishing in the next year and two years.” “
There are no jobs left in publishing,” Frickes says.
You’re going to see a lot more music publishing in the next year and two years.
“As for how music will be packaged, that will be determined by the quality of the music.
Flicke says the first step will be to decide how the music will get into the hands of musicians and writers, as well as the publishing companies who own the rights. “
That means the music has to be the most important part of the package and that it has to fit in with the rest of the content,” he adds.
Flicke says the first step will be to decide how the music will get into the hands of musicians and writers, as well as the publishing companies who own the rights.
“This is where we will start to see the big players step up and create their own music,” he explains.
“As the publishing industry gets more and more mature, we will see a whole new wave of music coming out.”
Frick says publishers will also have to think about the way music is delivered in a different way.
“Publishing is a really, very complicated business, and that is a good thing,” he said.
“It is a business, but it is a complicated business.
It’s hard to figure out what the best way is for publishers to be delivering music to their customers.”