Tag Archives: Music Tips

This article presents an in-depth look at the artist-manager relationship.

12 Dec

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Click here to read “The Artist & Manager Relationship – A Look At Recording Industry Management Agreements”

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Hey artists, do you need networking tips? This article has 10!

11 Dec

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“Networking. For most musicians, this is something that most know they should do but feel uncomfortable with or don’t know how to approach. However, it’s something that can open the doors to better shows, a record label, a new sponsor, or even more fans. Here are some things I’ve learned over the years about networking.”

Click Here For The Full Article!

Take a look at this helpful record release legal checklist.

8 Dec

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Follow this link for key legal details all artists should be aware of before releasing an album. 

Check out this list of 50 must-read top music blogs!

7 Dec

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Click Here For BlogMetric’s Full List!

Read this article about the five questions you need to ask yourself before touring out-of-town.

6 Dec

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“‘Because it’ll be an adventure’ ain’t the best answer when someone in your band asks: Why should we drive 300 miles to play this show?” Click Here To Explore More!

Click here if you want to learn how to use Facebook Events effectively!

4 Dec

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“One aspect of a Facebook page that is definitely still useful is the Facebook Events feature. Since Facebook pages are public, you can use your Facebook Events to announce shows, get people excited, and encourage fans to share information about your band with their friends.” Click Here!

If you need to refresh your copyright knowledge, check out this article that lays down the basics.

1 Dec

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“When you submit a song for copyright you’re simply proving the date of submission of your work. The fine folks of the copyright office don’t sit around listening to every submission to see if they’ve heard it before. That would be an impossible task. When you write or record your song, technically, you’ve created it — and thus you own the copyright to it. By submitting a song to the copyright office, you’re protecting your music simply by acknowledging the date of its creation.” Click Here For More!

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