TuneRegistry Makes The Dropkick 12-Step Release Plan Easier

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Dae Bogan
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May 2, 2017

This post originally appeared on Indiehitmaker's blog.

At SXSW, Bram connected with Dae Bogan, Co-founder and CEO, of TuneRegistry. They put together an exclusive deal for IHM artists.
 

Dae Bogan has had plenty of experience within the music industry, totaling over ten years of management, planning and marketing knowledge. Aside from this, he is also a music business & entrepreneurship teacher at the University of California, California State University, and SAE Institute.

As an all-in-one music catalog and metadata management platform, TuneRegistry makes it easy to register your music, store your metadata and manage your copyrights. Their easy to navigate dashboard makes streamlining your music registrations simple, fast and easy. Requiring only a few clicks to get things done, it is one of the most advanced platforms to protect your music copyrights available in the market today. TuneRegistry also offers integrated support for ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, SoundExchange, Harry Fox Agency, Music Reports, AARC, and more.  

MANAGING YOUR CATALOG IS CRITICAL TO SEVERAL STEPS OF THE DROPKICK RELEASE PLAN AND THE TUNEREGISTRY SOLUTION IS THE MOST ROBUST AND ADVANCED PLATFORM WE HAVE SEEN YET.”

– Bram Bessoff, President & Founder of Indiehitmaker.

Registering your music across all the sites necessary to support a release is a hassle. Inputting the same information in over again is time lost working on new music or your live show. There are over 21 major exchange sites you need to register with for any release, from rights to metadata and others such as Rovi – the ones who make sure your image appears when you hit the Billboard charts. The best part is TuneRegistry gets all of this off your plate plate so you can focus on other more strategic steps of the Dropkick 12-Step Release Plan. This way you can make the best out of your releases and #makeitcount on the the charts

Dae Bogan

Dae Bogan is the Co-founder & CEO at TuneRegistry; a music rights and metadata management platform for the independent music community. Dae is also an educator at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA); California State University, Northridge (CSUN); and SAE Institute Los Angeles (SAE) where he teaches music business and music industry entrepreneurship.

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