Posts Tagged ‘musician’s guide’
So, how are you selling your music these days? It appears that certain streaming medias are in Vogue today and may be gone tomorrow. Question is… how do you monetize the best for your music? This article presents many aspects to consider regarding streaming media. You may also want to review an/my earlier blog post that talks about a service (Patreon) that gives you another source option for your income consideration.
(by Stuart Dredge via:theguardian.com,
“Every new generation of music service steals from the last generation’s customers. Apple stole Amazon’s best CD buyers, and Spotify has now stolen those same customers from Apple – or at least the same sorts of people.”…
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In late October of 2013, what was considered to be the authentic Violin that was used to play through-out the disembarkation of the Titanic, went to auction and sold for a reported… (apprx.) 1.5 million!
(by: reuters.com & image Credit:/Cathal McNaughton)
A violin that was being played as the Titanic went down was sold for 900,000 pounds ($1.46 million) at auction on Saturday, a record price for memorabilia from the doomed ocean liner.
Band leader Wallace Hartley played the instrument, trying to calm passengers as the ship slipped into the frozen waters of the North Atlantic in April 1912…
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Besides your announcements on FaceBook, your Blog, YouTube, Press Releases, email alerts to your existing fans, you might find this story on the 10 great places to promote your music online a decent guideline to assist with your resolve to ‘get your songs heard’ on the Internet.
(via Wix Blog)
It’s no earth-shattering news that the internet has basically changed the music industry for good. Technologies like file sharing, social media and eCommerce are giving artists more opportunities to expose their music to larger audiences and increase their fan base…
10 good sites to promote your music, here:
The basic theory of selling your music online remains a touch cloudy to some. It appears that the (subjective) concern of Royalty based musicians has some conflict with the otherwise tactful Internet approach, along with it’s important tender relied on by non-royalty-producing singers, songwriter and players.
(by Rocco Pendola… via post on The Street)
Many wildly successful artists, who could very easily rest on the laurels of their past and/or present royalty checks, look past the antiquated system for other ways to sell records, generate revenue and connect with fans. Meantime, a handful of musicians…
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“Guitar Power Chords” relating to the Music Dials…
Rhythm and chords have always been the popular foundation for all types of music. Power chords are essentially, just 2 (many times 3) of the strongest tonal notes in the key of the song, which creates powerful sounding chords all to themselves.
In this case, by playing these notes as viewed on the Music “Power Chord” Dial, you will immediately find yourself laying down some substantial rock and blues sounds, indeed. Generally, they are played on the lower registered (bass) strings, where they have the most ‘punch’ to them. Read the rest of this entry »