Resources for Creatives

Resources for Creatives

The resources below are designed to help a wide variety of creatives in managing their projects and careers. The resources listed under Premium Resources can be purchased a la carte (click through for pricing) or as part of a PyraPASS membership. We offer different levels of PyraPASS memberships that include these Resources plus things like coaching, discounts and more! Visit our PyraPASS page for more info.

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Equipment Tracking Spreadsheet

Equipment Tracking Spreadsheet

This spreadsheet is a simple tool to help you organize important information about your major purchases: musical instruments, cameras, computers, etc.

Music Licensing 101

Music Licensing 101

How do you get your music into the hands of music supervisors, those gatekeepers who decide whose music is heard during an episode of "Justified"?

Contracts and Agreements 101

Contracts and Agreements 101

The more that you are actively working in your field — whether that means writing for magazines, playing music at clubs, hosting gallery events or building furniture for a hotel — the more you’ll find yourself needing to execute contracts with other businesses and people.

Free Resources

Dear Rich: Do Interview Release Forms Expire?

Dear Rich: Do Interview Release Forms Expire?

I have signed and dated permissions forms that explicitly inform the participant that their recorded interview could end up in a published journal or book. Is there an expiration date on the permission they granted?


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