BRITHOPTV: [Music Business ] Ditto Music CEO Lee Parsons Interview: [@AmaruDonTV] | #MusicBusiness #Distribution #RecordLabels

Ditto Music CEO Lee Parsons Interview: [@AmaruDonTV]

Ditto Music CEO/Co-Founder, Lee Parsons sits down with Amaru Wilcox  for an in-depth interview.

1) Ditto Music CEO Lee Parsons Interview: “How We Started Ditto Music” (Part 1)

In part one he talks why and how he started his business, and how his business model differs from maor record labels, and why he had adjust it.

2) “How The Music Industry Really Works” With Ditto Music CEO Lee Parsons (Part 2/3)

Part 2 of Ditto Music CEO, Lee Parsons interview with Amaru Don TV. We discuss major label deals, ownership of masters, Ditto’s A&R process to signing artists, Long term goals and achievements and much more. Ditto Music are passionate about artists rights and making the music industry fairer for independent musicians. Their unlimited distribution service allows you to release all of your music onto the world’s biggest platforms, while you keep 100% of the rights to your songs and all the money you earn from sales. Plus, Ditto have 20 offices across 16 countries, and over 100 staff on-hand to help support and promote your music globally.

(1:30) Importance of owning your masters
(8:44) Ditto’s biggest
(13:50) Return of investment for urban artists
(17:00) Business model copied by competitors
(21:12) Ditto’s A&R process

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