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How to Earn Money When Your Song Costs Less Than a Cup of Coffee

July 12th, 2017 by

Make Money with MusicThe modern music industry is living its tough times, and we all know that. Being a musician means, dealing with various struggles every day making money as a musician. Lots of musicians prefer to work on a day job and make music for their own pleasure. Even popular bands members in various genres usually have a day or seasonal job to pay their bills between tours and studio recording sessions. Some of them, for example, work for such services as Edu Birdie and help students all over the world as writers.

But what if you don’t want to give up your dream and making money with music becomes a matter of life and death? Well, in this case, you need to learn few main ways how to make money as a musician. Of course, the first thing you may guess is selling music on physical copies. Well, the old scheme is not working these days as you may already know. And even big names in the industry don’t make those big incomes as they had even ten years ago. (more…)

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    Here’s a tip on the final stage of the songwriting process, the demo. In terms of choosing the format in which you should submit your demos, cassette tapes once upon a time were the only format that was accepted. However, this is changing. CDs are becoming the format of choice for more and more publishing houses. With a CD, multiple song submissions become possible, as to skip to the next song is simple. However, cassettes are still required by the submission policies of some publishing companies. Always check and make double sure that the format you are submitting is within the company’s guidelines.