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RSA, RCG… now RSM

Just as your service staff need their RSA and RCG tickets, if you are playing music from OneMusic Australia’s collection, you need your ‘Responsible Service of Music’ (we’re calling it RSM) credentials too.

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Music creators were there for you in lock down

(And standing-by when you re-open).

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Boost 'table turn' with music and leap over that 10-pax limit

Without spending a cent you simply need to create a playlist that has faster music.

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Live streamed activity during COVID-19

Until 30 September 2020 we’re going to cover any live streamed fitness, wellbeing and dance classes, council library sessions, community music group activities, “other” business streaming and live concerts you host for your members/students/customers.

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Important notice about COVID-19 arrangements

We're pausing licensing activity for businesses and organisations affected by COVID-19.

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Does violin music help sourdough to taste better?

One German man, who has been a baker for decades, tested whether playing a CD of his favourite violinist made his sourdough 'sing'.

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772 retailers support Rural Aid. Thanks David, Peter, Michael and John.

OneMusic launched with an offer to existing music licence clients if they got their licence application in ‘on time’ they would kick the tin for Rural Aid’s Gift of Music program.

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138 dance schools support Rural Aid. Thanks Michelle, Julie, Nicole and Jennifer.

OneMusic launched with an offer to existing music licence clients if they got their licence application in ‘on time’ they would kick the tin for Rural Aid’s Gift of Music program.

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342 pubs support Rural Aid. Thanks Peter, Michael, Paul and John.

OneMusic launched with an offer to existing music licence clients if they got their licence application in ‘on time’ they would kick the tin for Rural Aid’s Gift of Music program.

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Case Study

Hugo's Manly

“It’s imperative that the people who create the music get paid fairly.”

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Bushfires: it’s never too late to help.

OneMusic’s pay-it-forward ideas.

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Valentine's Day reality check: pop songs are sadder now than in the 1960s.

"... the usage of ‘love’ ...practically halved in 50 years... ‘hate’, on the contrary, which until the 1990s was not even mentioned in any of the (Billboard) top-100 songs, is now used between 20 and 30 times each year."

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5 questions to ask yourself before making a playlist for your venue

Music has the extraordinary power of creating an atmosphere and transporting us to a different place.

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Fire disaster support

We are aware that many of our customers are in fire affected areas and may be going through a very challenging time.

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Holiday closures

Season's Greetings from OneMusic

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Retailers score a big win in price drop

Retailers will benefit from price drops to music licence fees

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Rosemount Hotel wins the 2019 AHA WA Live Entertainment Venue Award

Live music venues are the new talent cultivators

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Community Exercise Program Award

When Fitness Australia sat down with OneMusic to discuss supporting an Award, how could we go past the brand-new Community Exercise Program Award?

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The Sheaf wins the 2019 AHA NSW Live Music Award

Music breathes life into The Golden Sheaf

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Music builds social currency!

“Hospitality businesses need to whet the appetite of punters with music not just instagram-worthy food” - Clancy’s Fish Pubs hospitality entrepreneur and musician, Tom Fisher

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Foam eskies, Kylie cocktails and Slim Dusty: Aussie memories stirred at Rosella’s Bar

It is coincidence Jon Debeere and Jack Connor started out on the Rosella’s Bar adventure on Australia Day 2019 they say. Boasting a OneMusic licence, these millennials talk about their unpretentious Aussie music space and their ‘embrace-cultural-cringe’ mantra.

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Clubs industry: OneMusic means one less thing to think about

In the refreshed music licensing service, common sense has prevailed and the clubs scheme is simpler while still being fair.

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Is your venue too loud?

Music volume can either add to your venue's atmosphere or detract from it. Here’s how to get it right:

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Almost Famous

Many diners follow restaurants with the dedication of groupies trailing musicians, says Nadia Bailey in this month's Gourmet Traveller magazine.

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What’s your Christmas music style? Take the OneMusic quiz

100 years + 100,000+ Australasian music creators – OneMusic’s advice on not letting Christmas cramp your music style.

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How can I avoid paying a Music Licence?

There are other options available if you want to avoid paying a Music Licence.

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I’m not the Triplej type - I hardly listen to any Australian music.

Wondering why your OneMusic fees should go to an Australian music organisation when you hardly listen to any Aussie music in your business?

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Using Australian Dance Vision syllabus at your dance school?

The Australian Dance Vision syllabus has been cleared by the OneMusic research team to be in the public domain (that is, out of copyright).

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OneMusic Australia music licence supported by Prinnie

The Voice Australia star says “Well, colour me happy!”

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Banshees Bar and Art Space

“Dealing with only one organisation will definitely make things easier” Ken Weaver owner of Banshees Bar and Art Space

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OneMusic uptake “far more positive than anticipated”

By all accounts, OneMusic Australia is off to a rocking start.

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OneMusic Zumba music licence options

Two ways Australian Zumba instructors can manage OneMusic licensing fees and still stay legal.

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Information regarding misleading media report on OneMusic and APRA AMCOS

A statement to customers, stakeholders and industry groups

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All the music used in your dance studio is from Spotify, so why do you also pay another licence fee?

All digital music service providers, including Spotify, Apple Music and others pay licence fees to music rights organisations from around the world (like APRA AMCOS in Australia) to compensate the music creators that Spotify are making money from.

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Dean Ormston talks OneMusic Australia launch: ‘We knew this was going to be a big job’

It’s a new day, a new financial year and a new dawn for music licensing.

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“Music brings people in”: Dan Rosen on OneMusic Australia

Music makes the world better. All of us who work in the music industry know this to be true. The same can also be said for business – playing music in a business makes that business better.

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Business to benefit from simplified music licensing from 1 July 2019

Slashing administration time in half, a joint initiative of Australia’s two music rights management bodies - OneMusic Australia - will launch on 1 July 2019.

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How does music impact your productivity at work?

You’re very likely listening to music right now as you work. Yet is it to the benefit or detriment of your productivity?

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Cheese appreciates music like we do

‘Cheese in Surround Sound’

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Make your wine taste better

Same wine, different music.

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Encourage your customers to drink more beer

Forty male beer drinkers were observed in a bar.

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Make 21% more money during the week at your pub

Pubs with music and pubs with out music, the turnover difference is huge.

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Encourage your customers to stay longer

Table turn. Several studies have shown that diners eat more quickly when fast music is playing.

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Encourage your customers to make an extra purchase

Want customers to spend more on alcohol or order a dessert?

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