music demands a lot of time and creativity, but many musicians consider it to
be easier than promoting their works among millions of other artists. The music
industry is growing and evolving thanks to the Internet and streaming
services, but the number of distribution channels is so big that it’s hard to
find the right places to upload your albums.
If you want to identify the best sources, you better prepare for thorough research and hours of digging through online music review directories. An easier option is to keep reading this article and learn more about nine great channels where you can place and promote your music.
So you’ve just written a great song. This may or may not be your first one, but either way it’s now complete. So what should you do with it now? Here are six ideas on sharing your songs.
1. Perform The Song You’ve Written
I know for many it’s a great personal achievement to write a song, but if your song is something you’re happy with and proud of, why not share it with others? This could be with family and friends, or if you’re feeling a bit more brave, you might decide to try and perform it at a talent show or other local event. (more…)
6 Things To Do With Your Song After You’ve Written It was last modified: August 13th, 2019 by Shaun Letang
The music industry has been changed forever by the launch of the internet. When before you’d spend hours pouring over your mixtape, ready for your one shot with a record label that you might not ever get again, has now transformed into a place where you could wake up the next morning with millions of followers. In this post you will discover some of the best platforms to promote your music.
It’s a crazy world we live in, but it’s just as hard, even not more challenging to get noticed by the public and record labels. To give you the best start in your music career, here are some of the best places to promote your music, giving you a very real shot at your chance in the limelight. (more…)
Some of the Best Platforms to Promote Your Music was last modified: July 26th, 2018 by Rachel Summers
Here’s a tip on the final stage of the songwriting process, the Demo. When creating the arrangement, try to find a strong musical hook that will draw the listener in to the song. Sometimes it’s the intro riffs and musical figures, horn lines, et al that stick in the listener’s mind.