Tag : Guide

28 Nov 2017
crowdfunding your career

Crowdfunding A Successful Music Career

  Make music and let your fans participate- Your fans have more options than ever before to directly impact your career. Let them be involved in the process. You can create and give them access to behind the scenes. Listen to them and get to know what they want. Ask them what they love most about your music. Crowdfunding is more than money coming in, it’s about building a deeper relationship with your fans. Here’s three of our favorite crowdfunding […]

14 Nov 2017
what are you doing

What are you doing?

  Take action, create music you’re proud of, and share it with everyone. What are you doing – -right now? -this evening? -to get ahead? -to create more? -to finish a track? -in your spare time? -to be a better musician? -to perform at a higher level? -to understand the music business? -to maximize and proactively use the time you have? -to network with producers, artists, business professionals? -to make the most of each hour in front of your computer/phone? […]

08 Nov 2017
distrokid sell your music online

Sell your music online

  Where should you sell your music online once you’re ready to release it to the world? Are you overwhelmed by the myriad of services out there to sell your music? Maybe you’ve made so many choices up until this point that you’re feeling decision fatigue. You might not know how to get your tracks on Spotify, Amazon, or iTunes. Problem solved! We’ve compiled a short list of the top 3 best sites to help you sell your music online. […]

30 Mar 2017

Choosing the Perfect Studio Monitors

Every once in a while, we get asked “what are the best studio monitors for my music?” Or sometimes “how much should I spend on studio monitors?” While both are good questions to ask, there are actually a lot more things to consider when purchasing studio monitors. Luckily, our friends at Sweetwater have put together a great article outlining exactly what you should look for in your set of studio monitors. Probably the most important thing that people often forget […]