Generate Passive Income From Your Music
What You’ll Learn:
What is Production Music & How Does it Work?
How you GET PAID – Sync Fees, Mechanicals & PROs
The SECRET to getting tracks accepted by production music libraries
The Top 3 reasons tracks get rejected
Which Music Libraries are BEST? Universal vs AudioJungle
The Secret to getting tracks accepted
The 5 Dos and Don’ts of Production Music – See Immediate results
The Sync Accelerator – Getting Results FASTER!
How to GET THE ATTENTION of production music libraries
How I went from zero contacts to writing for Universal
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If you answered yes to any of those, check out the webinar
What They're Saying
“Music is very subjective, and a different journey for each individual working to make their passion, their profession. Jim understands this and provided me with unique, thoughtful, and real feedback and advice that I will use throughout my career. We need more Jim Hustwits in the industry.”Kat MazProducer, NYC
“Jim's guidance has been invaluable. He has a great understanding of what the music industry are looking for and is happy to share this in practical and genuinely useful way. Thanks again Jim!”Richard SolaniProducer/Composer
“Jim knows his stuff -- and he's willing to share his knowledge with others. He's a generous musician and producer who is eager to bring out the best in everyone.”Matt KiteProducer/Composer - Washington
“Super knowledgeable about all aspects of music production, Jim is a consummate professional with a sophisticated ear. He was easy to work with and fun to be around.”JQ WhitcombComposer - NYC
Living The Dream
Meet The Teacher
I’m Jim Hustwit and in 2011, at the age of 31, I quit my day job in marketing to pursue a career doing what I love… MUSIC
We spend one third of our lives working and I wanted to make sure I was doing something incredible!
I now earn a living from my passion and have produced music for Universal, EMI, BMG WestOne & NinjaTune
The best bit… I’ve never even studied composition. (I studied German and Business at Uni)
Last month I made £3,186.54 from production music alone…
That income was generated whilst I slept, by music which I wrote over three years ago!!
… and it’s not even that much. I know people who earn 4 x that amount.
I don’t tell you that to boast, but rather demonstrate the potential of production music (library music or stock music)
I’m my own boss, I take holiday when I like (sometimes for six weeks) and hand pick the projects that come in.
I don’t technically need to work… but I do because I love it.
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