In the UK, The Guardian argues that learning to play an instrument should be a vital part of every child’s schooling https://t.co/lQ4ZfgJJJ5
84% of Canadians think playing the right music can be beneficial to a business. Learn more about the value of music… https://t.co/M6xxke4f2C
Rolling Stone shares their top fifty concerts of the last five decades — including some familiar Canadian names: https://t.co/u9rdxonWov
84% of Canadians think playing the right music can be beneficial to a business. Learn more about the value of music… https://t.co/379My07ofO
72% of Canadians are more likely to return to a restaurant that plays music they like. Learn more: https://t.co/9YomVydNlv
Re:Sound is the Canadian not-for-profit music licensing company dedicated to obtaining fair compensation for artists and record companies for their performance rights.More About Us
All businesses are legally required to pay a licensing fee when broadcasting music or playing recorded music in public. Re:Sound is mandated by the Copyright Board of Canada, to provide music users with the licence(s) they need.More About Music Users
If you’ve performed on, or made, recorded music that has been released to the public, you may be entitled to royalties.
Royalties are fees that music users such as radio stations, music streaming services and businesses that use recorded music must legally pay in order to publicly use your sound recordings.