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How to get yourself on Later… with Jools Holland

Over 45 series, Later has hosted everything from Adele’s first TV appearance to comeback performances from The Who and rare turns by the late Lou Reed - but it's not all about the legendary talent. We learn there are opportunities for newcomers too...

Top tips for bedroom producers

Grammy Award winning producer Steve Levine reveals his top tips for bedroom producers, including how to best set up your room, record vocals, capture acoustic instruments and make that perfect demo.

Interview: David Abrahams, ISM

David Abrahams, head of legal at the Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM), gives his take on the current opportunities and challenges out there for new and established composers.

Interview: Adam Cooper, Sound and Music

‘Composers are often asked to undertake high profile work for free with prestigious companies because the firm in question argues it has no budget for music. What do you do in that situation?’ Adam Cooper, Sound and Music’s head of development, tackles some of your biggest questions...

DIY top five: tips for upcoming composers

Following on from our Free Range feature, which highlighted classical music’s leading trailblazers, we’ve produced a top five must-do list for every DIY composer looking for their big break.

Inside BBC Music Publishing

Want to create world class music scores for BBC TV? We chat to Nicholas Baxter at the corporation's publishing arm to learn the best ways into the business.