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Free Course: Getting Started With Self Releasing Music

Have you thought about releasing your own music? Are you keen to know how it all works, and whether it’s the right solution for you?

Since 2008 I have been releasing my own music and running labels in various formats. I have a number of albums, EPs and remixes as DFRNT and also as Stillhead. Some of which were released on my own label digitally and physically, some of which went out on my subscription-based label (which also started as a free label) and I have also been fortunate enough to release on many other people’s labels too.

I’d like to think that in my years of being both artist and label-owner, I have managed to pick up enough experience and make enough mistakes, that I can help you to avoid the same problems, and in turn give you the foundation to build your own releases or label to a level where you’re successful (whether you measure success in monetary terms or otherwise).

So I’ve put together a top-level course which will give you a perfect intro to self-releasing (and starting your own label if necessary) that you can use to find out about the process of putting out your own music.

After taking the course, you should be much better equipped to figure out if self-releasing is for you. You should also have a better understanding of how it all works, and what you can do to make sure you succeed.

You can enrol in the course for free here, and get immediate access to all of the course content to work through in your own time.

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Martin Torres, Mariana Records