I have been writing songs, but not in a popular genre, but one I enjoy. There is a small listening group out there. How would I get in to this group to sell some songs?

First off my recommendation is to always do what you love and enjoy.  With songwriting that may mean working in a genre that is obscure.  The music business is always changing in regards to what is popular. Who knows the genre you write in today could gain popularity in the future.  Next, this website is not designed to sell songs, its purpose is to help songwriter learn the art and craft of songwriting.  But don’t despair, there are other websites that can help you sell and distribute your music. Here are a couple of site you can consider.

  • Tunecore
  • CDBaby
  • iTunes
  • Amazon Music
  • Spotify
  • Pond5
  • AudioJungle

 

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