Why Meaningful Motivation in Music is Earned

2020-06-27T06:59:21+00:00April 5th, 2020|Blog|

Make music long enough and you’re bound to wander through creative deserts now and then. Some musicians get burnt out through frustration over how hard it is to find audiences for their music.

Music Publishing Explained for Musicians

2020-06-27T06:58:19+00:00November 9th, 2016|Blog|

Are you a songwriter, artist or producer looking to make extra money from your songs? We'd be surprised if you answered no to that! Of course, you can go it alone, but once you get to a certain point in your music career, you might want to get some help. This is where a music publisher comes in.

How to Prepare for a Recording Studio Session

2020-06-27T06:58:26+00:00November 9th, 2016|Blog|

Despite the rise of the bedroom musician, with fantastic records being made in home studios more abundantly than ever, no DAW or VST plugin on your laptop can emulate the tactile, engaging and deluxe experience of creating music in a truly collaborative and focused environment;

How to Become an Opening Act for a Major Artist

2020-06-27T06:58:33+00:00November 9th, 2016|Blog|

When you’re a band that’s spent years driving across the country all day only to perform for half-filled rooms, a logical thought goes through your head: “There’s gotta be a better way! If we could just open for a big band, we’d be playing to packed houses every time we come through town!”

Music Blogs That Want YOUR Music!

2020-06-27T06:58:39+00:00November 9th, 2016|Blog|

Getting your music heard is hard. Getting your music heard by the right people is even harder. You hear so many blogs, journalists and other industry big names complaining about unsolicited PR emails from bands, so it’s difficult to know where to tread.

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