65 episodes

Musicians: Singers, Songwriters, Beat Makers, Producers, and Music Students—learn what it takes to go further in your music career.

This informative series features the insight of Walter and featured music industry guests—covering topics related to: Home Studio Advice, Performance, Getting a Recording Deal, Ways to Create Better Music, Selling Songs Online, Music Theory, Marketing Your Band, Trends in the Industry, Equipment, Recording Techniques, and more.

Success With Music | SWM Walter R. Dailey

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Musicians: Singers, Songwriters, Beat Makers, Producers, and Music Students—learn what it takes to go further in your music career.

This informative series features the insight of Walter and featured music industry guests—covering topics related to: Home Studio Advice, Performance, Getting a Recording Deal, Ways to Create Better Music, Selling Songs Online, Music Theory, Marketing Your Band, Trends in the Industry, Equipment, Recording Techniques, and more.

    Insight from Entertainment Attorney, Kamal Moo - Part 2

    Insight from Entertainment Attorney, Kamal Moo - Part 2

    Episode 66: Insight from Entertainment Attorney, Kamal Moo (part 2)

    Los Angeles-based entertainment attorney Kamal Moo has just written The Straightforward Guide to the Music Biz, a guide that’s free of jargon, easy to understand, and above all else, helpful to any aspiring musician…as well as to some veterans.

    Moo has first-hand experience that will give your audience helpful advice and direction, clearing up many misconceptions and clarifying important topics regarding the music industry. Among the topics he discusses are: copyrights, mechanical licenses, the difference between musical compositions and sound recordings, starting a band; general partnerships, record deals, touring, artist managers, music attorneys, and more.

    Throughout his career, Kamal Moo has represented musicians from various genres of music as both personal manager and attorney. He has negotiated small indie deals and multi-million-dollar agreements, and everything in between. His clients include recording artists, producers, record labels, music publishers, and other figures in the entertainment industry.

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    • 26 min
    Insight from Entertainment Attorney, Kamal Moo - Part 1

    Insight from Entertainment Attorney, Kamal Moo - Part 1

    Episode 65: Insight from Entertainment Attorney, Kamal Moo

    Los Angeles-based entertainment attorney Kamal Moo has just written The Straightforward Guide to the Music Biz, a guide that’s free of jargon, easy to understand, and above all else, helpful to any aspiring musician…as well as to some veterans.

    Moo has first-hand experience that will give your audience helpful advice and direction, clearing up many misconceptions and clarifying important topics regarding the music industry. Among the topics he discusses are: copyrights, mechanical licenses, the difference between musical compositions and sound recordings, starting a band; general partnerships, record deals, touring, artist managers, music attorneys, and more.

    Throughout his career, Kamal Moo has represented musicians from various genres of music as both personal manager and attorney. He has negotiated small indie deals and multi-million-dollar agreements, and everything in between. His clients include recording artists, producers, record labels, music publishers, and other figures in the entertainment industry.

    Hear all episodes: https://successwithmusic.com/episodes

    • 31 min
    Music Myths: How To Avoid Wasting Time

    Music Myths: How To Avoid Wasting Time

    Episode 64: Music Myths - How To Avoid Wasting Time

    As a musician, you already have enough to deal with. Be far more effective by avoiding time-wasting-myths.

    Today's tips (myths):

    1. The Mirage Mindset
    2. The Well-Meaning Musician
    3. No Practice, No Problem?
    4. Achieving Your Own Sound Is Impossible
    5. No One Can Touch the Greats

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    • 23 min
    Interview: Sean Giovanni - Growing Your Music Career (Part 2)

    Interview: Sean Giovanni - Growing Your Music Career (Part 2)

    Episode 63: Interview: Sean Giovanni - Growing Your Music Career (Part 2)
    Today we conclude our 2-part interview with The Record Shop's Sean Giovanni.


    Sean Giovanni is the Producer, Engineer and Owner for Middle Tennessee’s own, The Record Shop (therecordshopnashville.com). A frequent NAMM show panelist, speaker at Belmont, MTSU, SAE, The Recording Academy, and countless community groups, Sean Giovanni is passionate about helping creatives build a sustainable business around their art and achieving their goals. He has appeared in interviews with the likes of Antelope Audio, Make it in Music, The Working Your Way Up Podcast, Recording Connection and many more to discuss topics such as How to Find a Music Producer, Reaching Goals and Building a Purpose-Driven Career, and Advice for Up-and-Coming Producers and Engineers. He has worked with clients in studio ranging from Tim McGraw, Big and Rich to Zakk Wylde, The Wallflowers, Juicy J, and Lil Jon. Other production clients include John Legend and Alabama Shakes.


    After moving to Nashville at 20 years old and unable to find a job, Sean set out to build his own brand with a focus on supporting artists in achieving their creative vision and offering a wide range of content creation services in addition to production. Beyond his work at The Record Shop, he is also the Co Founder of Mind Map, mindmaptribe.com, an online training course designed to help artists find their own unique intersection of art and commerce to fuel longevity in their career. His passion for teaching extends also to his time spent at Recording Connection, a mentorship based audio school with a one-on-one classroom environment. 

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    • 37 min
    Interview: Sean Giovanni - Growing Your Music Career (Part 1)

    Interview: Sean Giovanni - Growing Your Music Career (Part 1)

    Episode 62: Interview: Sean Giovanni - Growing Your Music Career (Part 1)

    Sean Giovanni is the Producer, Engineer and Owner for Middle Tennessee’s own, The Record Shop (therecordshopnashville.com). A frequent NAMM show panelist, speaker at Belmont, MTSU, SAE, The Recording Academy, and countless community groups, Sean Giovanni is passionate about helping creatives build a sustainable business around their art and achieving their goals. He has appeared in interviews with the likes of Antelope Audio, Make it in Music, The Working Your Way Up Podcast, Recording Connection and many more to discuss topics such as How to Find a Music Producer, Reaching Goals and Building a Purpose-Driven Career, and Advice for Up-and-Coming Producers and Engineers. He has worked with clients in studio ranging from Tim McGraw, Big and Rich to Zakk Wylde, The Wallflowers, Juicy J, and Lil Jon. Other production clients include John Legend and Alabama Shakes.


    After moving to Nashville at 20 years old and unable to find a job, Sean set out to build his own brand with a focus on supporting artists in achieving their creative vision and offering a wide range of content creation services in addition to production. Beyond his work at The Record Shop, he is also the Co Founder of Mind Map, mindmaptribe.com, an online training course designed to help artists find their own unique intersection of art and commerce to fuel longevity in their career. His passion for teaching extends also to his time spent at Recording Connection, a mentorship based audio school with a one-on-one classroom environment. 

    Hear all episodes: https://successwithmusic.com/episodes/

    • 26 min
    Interview: Jack Forman - Live Concerts During COVID-19

    Interview: Jack Forman - Live Concerts During COVID-19

    COVID-19 has destroyed live shows, tours, and concerts. However, Jack Forman, from Bicoastal Productions believes that your music career can thrive in this new-normal.

    Today's tips:

    Surviving and thriving during COVID
    Online streaming
    Virtual ticketing
    Fan engagement
    Partnering and forming local alliances
    Reinventing yourself during these times
    Before you connect with Jack or Bicoastal, please ensure that you are patient, respectul, and are coming to the table having done your homework (as described in EP61):

    www.bicoastalproductions.com (learn more about Bicoastal Productions)
    talent@bicoastalproductions.com (for artist submissions)
    jack@bicoastalproductions.com (for general inquiries and ideas)


    Hear all episodes: https://successwithmusic.com/episodes/

    • 39 min

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