Producers Talk About Getting Paid at AES

How can producers expect to see any income from streaming royalties when artists aren’t even getting any

“I think pop music has been hurt the most because it has lost the most commercial value when compared to, say, film, video games, TV, multimedia works, theater and so on. Having said that, programmatic or supportive forms of music—that for games, film and TV, theater, to name a few—has not been as negatively impacted as pop-music production.” —  say Nick Sansano – Director of Production Studies/Co-Director of Musicianship – during the AES panel titled Producing Across Generations: New Challenges, New Solutions.

For more details – see ProSound New’s coverage of the panel here.

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