“From laying the foundation with strong relationships, to doing the tedious research, there are a number of moving parts that go into securing a feature on your music, all of which fall second to what really does the trick: the pitch. You’re curating information and shaping it to land in the most effective way. Here are some tips!”
“There are no hard-and-fast rules for either the recordist or the singer when recording vocals. Whatever works for you is right for you, and my experiences (and opinions) will differ from yours and even from some of my most esteemed colleagues and heroes. Consider this but one set of perspectives. That said, let’s take a look at a few things that I feel can facilitate maximum recorded expression from a vocalist (whether that’s you or someone else).”
“What if you stopped thinking about networking as this big, scary, business-card-swapping event and instead, started treating it the same way you’d make friends? Because when you get down to it, that’s really what networking is. Thinking of it that way really takes the pressure off. Here are a few ways to get started.”
Pinterest is basically a social media scrapbook where users save and share images and links. It has long been considered a powerful tool for driving web traffic, second only to Facebook. Music marketers have been recommending bands invest time into Pinterest advertising for years, but the platform’s reputation for wedding planning and mason jar recipes has kept many musicians from taking it seriously and pursuing its potential.” Click the link to read more!