Dan Ruff and Duncan Hearn from MusicNotes, Inc. visit the Copyright Society of the South to talk about monetizing sheet music

| October 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

On October 24, 2017, Dan Ruff and Duncan Hearn of MusicNotes, Inc. stopped by the Copyright Society of the South’s luncheon meeting to discuss how music publishers can benefit from sheet music monetization and licensing.

Musicnotes, Inc. is the worldwide leader in digital sheet music with over $60 million in royalties paid and 6 million customers. In this session Dan Ruff (Licensing & Publisher Relations Manager) and Duncan Hearn (Experience Manager) will discuss how effective rights management, cutting-edge technology and innovative marketing is used to fulfill the company’s longstanding commitment to support songwriters, artists and music publishers.

Dan Ruff has been a music publishing professional for the better part of a decade. His background includes print, mechanical and synch licensing. Prior to joining Musicnotes, he handled Licensing and Royalty Administration at Naxos of America, Inc. Dan graduated from Belmont University with a B.B.A. in Music Business and remains an avid musician.

Duncan Hearn comes from London with a background in marketing, commercial affairs and artist management. After graduating from the University of Surrey with B.A in Music Business, he worked for Universal until moving to Madison, WI to join Musicnotes, Duncan now spends his time ensuring Musicnotes provides an unparalleled sheet music experience for all 6 million of its customers.

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