One of the best ways to improve your musical skills and boost your stage confidence is jamming. If you’ve never joined a jam session before, it’s easy to feel like you’re either not ready or not “good enough” (or both!). However, participating in a jam session doesn’t require you to have 10 years of experience […]
First and foremost, yes, you need to have your own professional website. Social media is great for fan engagement, but it will never replace having your own website.
As many musicians can attest, there’s a big difference between playing music for your own enjoyment and being asked to play in front of other people. Whether you’re playing on stage for a large crowd or entertaining a group of friends in a more intimate setting, “stage fright” is a real phenomenon that can cause even the most experienced musicians to shy away from public performances.
To make it easier for venue bookers, festival programmers, and media to find the information they need, the best thing you can do is create a Press Kit section on your website.
But as an independent musician, without the backing of a major label, how do you release music on iTunes and Spotify as well as other major music platforms?
While I was working, we talked shop and he said “You need to write a simple, non-technical article about what mastering is. I’ll pay you $100 if you write it.” So here it is.
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