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Networking To Take Your Musical Career Further

What separates the internet age from any other period in history is that we do not need to think twice before using information technology to make our life easy. The internet can be used for a great number of things since it has the ability to break down many barriers. This makes the internet a great way to get in touch with other people. The result is networking. In fact, the ease with which ideas can flow over the internet makes it one of the best ways for groups of people to get in touch with each other. Musicians have not stayed behind and they use the internet for very remarkable purposes.

Never Give Up! Planning Ahead For 2011

As 2010 is drawing rapidly to a close, we all start to look back at the last year to assess just how far we have come. For some, that can be a very rewarding experience while others are wondering just what went wrong.

Band Press Kit – What You Need

For decades, bands have used press kits to demonstrate their sound, look, history, and attitude to professionals. This article discusses the key features of a great band press kit. Industry trends are changing in response to the internet, so it is important to consider how press kits are evolving in the Information Age.

How to Get Signed to a Major Record Label

Getting signed to a major record label is not as difficult as many people think. However, it is important to pursue this goal with caution as few major label artists ever experience long-term success in the music industry. The best way to secure this type of contract is to build your own audience and niche in the industry. This article covers practical tips for pursuing major label attention.

How to Get a Record Label to Accept Your Unsolicited Demo

With so many bands out there competing for the attention of record labels, it can be hard to stand out and get noticed. Few labels accept unsolicited demos from unfamiliar bands. To increase your chances of attracting a label’s attention, the following text includes tips for creating relationships with labels.

Preparing Your Score for Session Recording

Thankfully, despite the crippling budgets and restrictions of the modern media scoring climate, some composers still get the amazing privilege of working with a live orchestra to record their work. While the excitement and transcendental sound makes it completely worthwhile, the process also adds some steps to your workflow.

Music Sales – “Make More Money”

How To Increase Your Sales Whether you call it D2C (Direct To Customer) or D2F (Direct To Fans) the changes in the music business necessitates the delivery of your product directly to the consumer in order to maximise your potential music sales. To the average musician/artist/label, the phrase ‘Customer Service’ belongs to the likes of McDonalds, Virgin Media, major airlines and the like. They couldn’t be further from the truth.

My Band Is Great But We Need Gigs Man

Kudos to you! You have a band. You have been working hard and you are ready to take your band on the road. It is time to play some gigs. How do you get gigs?

7 Reasons Why The Hip Hop Drum Machine Is So Popular

There are good reasons why the modern hip hop drum machine is so popular. This article lists several.

How to Get a Cut in the Nashville Songwriting Market

The only way for a songwriter to get a cut by Rascall Flatts, George Strait, Martina Mcbride, Tim Mcgraw, Kenny Chesney, Faith Hill or Trisha Yearwood, is to record in Nashville and to get a professional sounding demo to present. You can have something as simple as a guitar/vocal as long as the singer is a pro. Some producers would rather have full production.

Text to Screen at Concerts – How to Use Text to Screen Software for Amazing Concerts

The music industry has been changing a lot in the last 15 years. Learn how text to screen software can change the way you run your concerts.

Soul Sells

Hip-Hop no longer rules the American and the rest of the world’s charts. R&B and hip-hop greats keep postponing release dates of albums (J. Lopez, Diddy etc.), although there might be individually different reasons for this, but it seems not too far fetched to assume that record companies don’t really push for releases because they don’t know to whom to sell anymore.

From “Monsters of Rock” 1980 to “Download Festival 2011”

In 1980, promoter Paul Loasby planned a day-long summer festival dedicated particularly to bands from within the heavy rock and metal genre. As he had been promoting the recent Rainbow UK tour, he asked the band to headline, to which they agreed. The “Monsters of Rock” festival was born.

“Rock Am Ring” and “Rock Im Park” Explained

Lieberberg only had the backing of the first manager of the Nürburgring racetrack, in fact, the first “Rock am Ring” was organized to celebrate the opening of a new part of the racetrack. Rock am Ring was originally planned as a one-time festival, but due to its commercial success (75,000 fans), it was decided to make the concert an annual event. The first “Rock am Ring” was headlined by U2, Joe Cocker, Marillion, REO Speedwagon, Saga, The Alarm, Huey Lewis and the News etc.

Choosing the Right Guitar

When you want to begin, playing you can always get guitar lessons. Guitar lessons will help you decide where to start. Starting out as a student you will be able to learn all the wonderful techniques from listening to the teacher.

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