If you go searching for instructions on how to become a successful musician, you’ll probably come across a few artist or band Wikipedia pages or biographies that give you a series of events that led to fame and fortune. A single event, that triggered a rise to success. What you don’t get is a list […]
This extensive article should give you a good level of information about what you will need, what processes you should follow, and whether self-releasing or starting a label is the right choice for you.
As a music producer, artist or musician (especially if you’re starting out) you’re probably wondering how it’s possible to take your passion and push it so you’re able to do it full-time, without having to worry about how you’re going to pay rent.
If you’re looking to build a fanbase, this might be the single most important blog post you ever read. OK, maybe that’s an exaggeration, but still… I ask everyone who joins my email list here at HTSR what the single, biggest, most important thing that they are worried about or trying to do when they […]
I’d like to simplify the process of going from having a few tracks made, right through to releasing your music and seeing it on iTunes, Spotify and everywhere else.
A bunch of techniques to keep you finishing those tracks, to help you get through them and to get them out the door and into your cannon.
Have you named and tagged your files properly. Chances are the answer is no. I get countless promos with badly named files. Do yourself (and your promo list) a favour and get this bit right. It’s too easy NOT to.
How do you build a list of promo contacts when everyone is always getting promoted to? How can you build a relationship with an influencer and help them promote you?
You don’t discount a $100 course by this much unless you’ve lost your mind. That’s for sure.
Tunecore, CDBaby, Ditto, and all the hundreds of others. What you need to know before rushing in and deciding which to use.
A stack of ideas for possible bonus content you might like to include in your release, or when releasing other people’s music.
I take a look at three common problems with releasing music
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