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Ari Herstand

Life & Beth Music Supervisor on Placing Music and Getting the Job

Brittany Douziech is a film and TV music supervisor with 20 years of industry experience. She has a knack for supervising projects that become festival darlings including the feature film, The Long Game, which won the SXSW Audience Narrative Award in 2023; and the documentary, Body Parts, which premiered at the 2022 Tribeca and AFI Film Festivals. Additionally, Brittany has worked alongside veteran music supervisors Frankie Pine and Joe Rudge on a variety of TV projects, including Netflix’s From Scratch, Hulu’s Life & Beth, Amazon’s A League of Their Own and Daisy Jones & the Six, which was Emmy-nominated for Outstanding Music Supervision.

From Gamer to Billion Stream Club as a DIY Artist/Producer

TheFatRat is known to be the world's most influential Gaming Music artist. His music ranges from euphoric progressive house to trap and melodic glitch-hop, with a heavy influence of video game music. The artist’s forward-thinking approach to lift copyright restrictions on his music has led to him having been featured in 30+ million videos from a range of different content creators-collectively accounting for over 29 billion views on YouTube.

How Artists Get Paid From YouTube, TikTok, Instagram and the Rest

Jamie Dee Hart is a music rights management advocate who’s passionate about giving back and educating creators at all levels of their career. She’s the Founder & CEO of Hart & Songs, an artist and rights management firm ensuring independent artists, producers, and songwriters properly register songs and effectively collect their royalties.

How Booking Agents Negotiate

JJ Cassiere is the co-founder of 33 & West, an independent talent agency that specializes in the representation of established and emerging musicians, comedians, and film & television entertainment professionals.

Is AI Music Taking Royalties From Musicians and Composers?

This week, Ari is joined by Oleg Stavitsky, the CEO and Co-Founder of Endel.

Is Music Marketing With TikTok Still Viable

This week, Ari is joined by Suzy Yoder, founder of YO SUZY, an agency specializing in short-form vertical content for musicians.

How TikTok Music Videos Go Viral

This week, Ari is joined by Evan Blum, a director specializing in creating large batches of short form vertical content for musicians.

Why Spotify’s New Payment Model Falls Short For Emerging Artists

This week, Ari discusses his recent Variety article entitled “Why Spotify’s New Payment Model Falls Short For Emerging Artists.”

Nashville Venue Defends Merch Fees

This week, Ari is joined by Sara Barnett, General Manager of the Brooklyn Bowl Nashville.

How This Record Label Sells More Vinyl Than Streams

This week, Ari is joined by Terry Cole, owner and operator of Colemine Records and Plaid Room Records.

About Me

Ari Herstand is a Los Angeles based musician, the founder and CEO of Ari’s Take and the author of How to Make It in the New Music Business.
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