There are two important reasons for a composer to acquire a DBA (“Doing Business As”): one has to do with money, the other with privacy. And if you are doing business under any name other than your own, it’s required by law.
Just as each commissioned piece will be unique, so will the agreement that helps bring it to life.
A composer residency can be an amazing opportunity to grow as an artist and connect with the music community outside the studio door. And with a bit of planning, the headaches and frustrations that can accompany such a venture can be avoided.
Making sense of microtuning, with illustrations of performer-friendly notation models.
A crash course on turning your PowerBook into your favorite instrument.