Learning more about the business side of music can help you earn money and raise your profile. Here's some tips for how to become a promoter and have fun doing it!
We all want to get ahead in the music industry, but here are some of the cardinal sins committed in the name of self-promotion…
Despite the plethora of online music stores from iTunes to Spotify, there's a big question mark over effective ways for musicians can make money and market to fans. PreSonus Nimbit might hold the key.
ASCAP, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers have launched a truly beautiful new interactive website, ASCAP100.com which explores 100 years of music history in 100 days.
A well chosen set list can turn a good performance of songs into a memorable live experience. In this article G. W. Childs shares some tips to help you turn a good gig into a stunning set.
New to the world of music production? Need a reminder of some of the foundations? This is a greta place to start! Jay Asher breaks down the concepts into easy to understand, bit-sized chunks.
The internet is a big place! Finding quality content on bands and music artists hasn't always been as easy as it could be. That's all changed with MyMusic.com. G.W. Childs checks it out.
You've produced a great song / club track, played to an adoring audience… what next? Well, sit down and learn how to use social media tools to build a healthy music fan base.
You've just produced a great song or club track, what next? Don't just sit at home... Go out there and find ways to connect with an audience and musicians in order to build an effective fanbase.