Berklee expert speaks on how to market and distribute your songs and group.
It’s a very hard question to answer because much of this data is kept secret and it varies from country to country.
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I was talking with a concert promoter today and he was saying how many bands bug him for opening spots at concerts. It reminded me that I should write a blog entry about how to get those spots. So here it is.
There are a few methods from easiest to hardest:
For everyone interested in starting a record label–to market new talent or to release and promote their own music–there has never been a better time to do it!
Music can be released, distributed, and promoted for a fraction of traditional costs. Veteran author and music-business consultant Daylle Deanna Schwartz (who started and ran her own label) has rewritten and expanded her classic, Start & Run Your Own Record Label, to reflect industry changes and new opportunities for marketing music in today’s climate.
An Ode to the DIY Producer – My Thoughts on Producing Yourself & Home Recording Gear
Ok. I believe that good bands/artists, and good songs develop more every recording. For some people it is good to record themselves to listen back to their voice or listen for what to change on the song. It’s even helpful for the producer to hear the songs in a semi polished state, “the way they hear it in their ears.” Although, most people do not possess the right gear or the ear to produce themselves to a serious level (sell, label shop, and/or book themselves). I’d hate to see a home recording reflect poorly on the band/artist.
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