» Pioneer’s new 6-channel DJ mixer could be a producer and live act favorite
17/01/20 19:32 from CDM Create Digital Music
Its expanded mixing and EQ section have already inspired memes, but live acts will sure be happy to see it in the booth. Pioneer, of course, faces an ongoing problem. Having taken over the world, there’s not much left to conquer. A...

» KORG has a sneak peak of a new DX7-like FM synth – the opsix
17/01/20 18:39 from CDM Create Digital Music
Imagine a DX7, but with more parameter controls via extra faders - and it's a KORG. That's the best we can tell about the new opsix. The post KORG has a sneak peak of a new DX7-like FM synth – the opsix appeared first on CDM Create...

» If you’ve got $7500, you can also have an E-mu SP-1200 sampler remake
17/01/20 18:12 from CDM Create Digital Music
Also new in 2020 - a remake of the legendary 1987 E-mu SP-1200. Just get ready for some sticker shock, because it's not just a clone, it's an actual SP-1200, rebuilt. The post If you’ve got $7500, you can also have an E-mu SP-1200 ...

» TOP POSTS: This Week’s Most Read Posts On Hypebot
17/01/20 18:00 from Hypebot
Some of the most popular articles on Hypebot this week covered lesson in how to game streaming services, some of the top music marketers predictions for 2020, the reality of. Continue reading The post TOP POSTS: This Week’s Most Read Pos...

» Phase to get rid of the need for audio cables in forthcoming update for Serato users
17/01/20 17:35 from DJ TechTools
In an upcoming firmware update to the Phase wireless scratch system, DJs will no longer have to use audio cables to send signal into their DJ software. Instead, only a single USB data cabe is needed to send a control from the Phase recei...

» Okay, Behringer also have 22 Moog modules
17/01/20 17:27 from CDM Create Digital Music
I'm worried about Behringer. They're using this time machine a lot, without thinking about the dangers of the temporal paradox. The post Okay, Behringer also have 22 Moog modules appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music .

» Bandsintown Reports Strong Growth, Releases Artist’s Year In Review
17/01/20 16:50 from Hypebot
Bandsintown is reporting another year of strong growth. The top global concert discovery and marketing platform begins 2020 with 55 million registered users and 530,000 artists that sent their fans. Continue reading The post Bandsintown ...

» BUSINESS OF INDIE: Anthem Hires • Innovative Leisure Turns 10 • XL Writes A Book • More
17/01/20 16:23 from Hypebot
In this edition of the Business Of Indie, we have news of an Anthem Records Nashville hire, celebrate LA indie label’s Innovative Leisures 10th birthday and so much more. Like Hypebot’s. Continue reading The post BUSINESS OF ...

» Hard Truth: Social Skills Are Key To Success In Music
17/01/20 16:00 from Hypebot
Working in the music business is unique in many ways, but like many jobs, people skill are a huge part of what it takes to be successful in a business. Continue reading The post Hard Truth: Social Skills Are Key To Success In Music appea...

» How Music Collaborations Evolved in the Digital Era: A Decade in Review
17/01/20 15:27 from Hypebot
Collaboration has always been a major part of how we create and interact with music, but how that collaboration happens has evolved significantly over the past few years. Here we. Continue reading The post How Music Collaborations Evolve...

» Suspended Grammy CEO Deborah Dugan Bites Back In Statement
17/01/20 15:02 from Hypebot
Just hours after the Recording Academy announced that president and CEO Deborah Dugan had been placed on administrative leave, her attorney fought back: A statement from Dugans’ attorney Bryan Freedman. Continue reading The post Su...

» Soundcloud Hits High Note: $200M Revenue Run Rate, 200M Tracks
17/01/20 14:47 from Hypebot
[UPDATED] New UK filings show Soundcloud revenue increasing from $102 million in 2017 to $127 million in 2018. But that’s just the start of the good news for Soundcloud, a. Continue reading The post Soundcloud Hits High Note: $200M...

» What You Must Know About Touring Internationally
17/01/20 14:17 from Hypebot
Getting out of your home country and touring across the world can be one of the greatest experiences of your life, provided you actually plan things out beforehand. Here we. Continue reading The post What You Must Know About Touring Inte...

» When World Biggest Music Management Co. Gets Into Gaming, Pay Attention
17/01/20 13:22 from Hypebot
When, Red Light, the world’s biggest music management company launches a standalone company focused on gaming, the industry pays attention. Red Light Management has ventured into the world of gaming. Continue reading The post When ...

» How to choose fonts for your band website
17/01/20 13:03 from Bandzoogle news

» Recording Academy CEO Placed On Administrative Leave Days Before Grammys
17/01/20 12:25 from Hypebot
Recording Academy president and CEO Deborah Duga has abruptly been placed on administrative leave just five months after taking the job and days before the 2020 Grammy Awards. Official Recording. Continue reading The post Recording Acade...

» 12 Best Drum Racks For Secure Drum Mounting [2020]
17/01/20 00:01 from Music Industry How To
Every drummer requires hardware. It often ends up being the most substantial and even heaviest part of a drummer’s overall setup. Your needs will likely vary depending on how you want to configure your layout. For many drummers, a drum r...

» Behringer’s first 11 Eurorack modules, revealed – and they’re even called System 100
16/01/20 17:44 from CDM Create Digital Music
Behringer promised to recreate the Roland System 100 modular system, and they've done that - with a system they call the System 100. The post Behringer’s first 11 Eurorack modules, revealed – and they’re even called Sys...

» Moog’s Subsequent 25 synth is here, and it’s got an animated film to go with it
16/01/20 17:03 from CDM Create Digital Music
For all Moog's synths, it's been a while since there was a sweet spot that said - oh, if I want a Moog, I should start here. The Subsequent 25 could be that instrument. The post Moog’s Subsequent 25 synth is here, and it’s go...

» MGT143: The Power of “Being Solid” – D Grant Smith
16/01/20 14:42 from Dotted Music
D explains the importance of telling your story through your music to build better relationships with your audience, and talks about his recent book, “Be Solid.”

» 5 Tips On How To Address Negative Comments On Your Music
16/01/20 14:00 from Music 3.0 - The Blog Behind The Book
In the highly social online world that we live in, one thing’s for sure – at some point we’re going to receive negative comments on something. It’s bad enough when it’s about something we’ve posted but...

» DJM-V10: Pioneer DJ’s new 6-channel mixer looks like it was designed by a techno DJ
16/01/20 08:01 from DJ TechTools
A new DJM-V10 mixer from Pioneer DJ has 6 channels, master isolators, four band EQ, per-channel compression knobs and sends for each channel. You could be forgiven for thinking that we’re listing features on an Allen & Heath DJ...

» MPC One: Standalone, $699, and what the MPC Touch should have been?
15/01/20 19:46 from DJ TechTools
Has there ever been a totally standalone MPC that’s been priced under $1,000? The MPC Touch that was released five years ago seemed like it was going to be the winner – but it still required a computer. With this new MPC One,...

» How to apply to music festivals in the U.K.
15/01/20 18:08 from DIY Musician
This post was originally published at the Unsigned Guide. How do I get on the bill at a U.K. music festival?   If you fancy playing on a festival line-up or several next summer, then you’re in luck! There are hundreds of UK festival...

» Why new musicians MUST put out a single FIRST
15/01/20 15:51 from DIY Musician
If you’ve never released music before, you have to start with a single song. Artists at the major label level usually put out a single first, unless they’re dropping one of those “secret” overnight albums. The lea...

» Releasing a single song: The 10 best strategies for 2020
15/01/20 15:15 from DIY Musician
How to plan your next single release: promotion and distribution tips for a standalone track. It all starts with a song. You write a song, or you find a song; the song moves you and you want it to move the world. So you record and distri...

» Over 100 Artists Affected By Recording Theft
15/01/20 14:00 from Music 3.0 - The Blog Behind The Book
112 artists have been confirmed to have had their recordings directly stolen and then repurposed on fake artist accounts on various streaming services. The recording theft includes at least 831 total songs, of which 673 the website Savin...

» The Cyber PR Music Podcast EP 9: Women In Music 2020 and Beyond with President Nicole Barsalona
15/01/20 11:30 from Cyber PR Music
Women in Music is the industry’s leading non-profit working toward gender equity. Founded in 1985, WIM is now fueled by 100+ volunteers working daily to serve thousands worldwide, with chapters from LA to India. In this episode of ...

» New issue of Music & Copyright
15/01/20 08:51 from Music & Copyright's Blog
The latest issue of Music & Copyright is now available for subscribers to download. Here are some of the highlights. Streaming hits new milestone as US recorded-music consumption rises again US recorded-music consumption has register...

» 2hp have a lunchbox modular synth in a literal lunchbox
15/01/20 01:28 from CDM Create Digital Music
One thing Eurorack modular doesn't normally make you say is, "awwwww... cute!" But here's a modular synth rig that looks as likely to contain a peanut butter and jelly sandwich as a synth. The post 2hp have a lunchbox modular synth in a ...

» Sequential’s Pro 3 is a new synth, while the others clone – so how does it stack up?
15/01/20 01:06 from CDM Create Digital Music
One person who isn't just copying Dave Smith is - Dave Smith. Sequential are back with the new Pro-3, a flagship mono/paraphonic synth instrument. The post Sequential’s Pro 3 is a new synth, while the others clone – so how do...

» Should You Still Market Your Music Offline? One Man’s View
15/01/20 00:01 from Music Industry How To
Gone are the days when putting up a few posters and spreading the word is enough to market a show. Getting people out to your gigs is hard work. And, that’s honestly just the beginning – artists need to promote their website, socia...

» The Rane Seventy: a new battle mixer designed to directly compete with the DJM-S9
14/01/20 22:13 from DJ TechTools
InMusic is on a roll with product releases this NAMM. Rane DJ is the next brand inside of the company to roll something out: the Rane Seventy mixer.  Look, we know the spec sheet already leaked over the weekend and everyone knew this rel...

» How to make cover art for your album or single — for free
14/01/20 21:48 from DIY Musician
A free way to create eye-catching cover art for all your releases. One of the most common places artists get stuck when signing up music for distribution is the cover art. I get it. Most of us are musicians first, and designers second, t...

» Arturia KeyStep Pro is the sequencer keyboard we were waiting for
14/01/20 19:35 from CDM Create Digital Music
It's like a BeatStep Pro, but with keys, but with KeyStep features, but with extras. And it's still compact. Sounds like Arturia may have a hit on their hands. The post Arturia KeyStep Pro is the sequencer keyboard we were waiting for ap...

» Crowdfunding Concerts: How, Where, Who
14/01/20 19:10 from Crowdfunding For Musicians
Guest Article by Mary Ivanova of Show4me It doesn’t matter what music genre you play in – you probably want to play shows as big as the Billboard 200 get. Or you just want to play more often than once… Continue Reading →

» How to make a music website
14/01/20 17:06 from Bandzoogle news

» Novation’s Launchpad Pro is grid and sequencer, for software or standalone for gear
14/01/20 16:54 from CDM Create Digital Music
Novation’s grids continue getting more flexible and more open – that last bit setting them apart from products designed to be unitasker controllers for a single piece of software. The updated Launchpad Pro is full of stuff La...

» 20 Music Marketing Predictions For 2020
14/01/20 15:36 from Cyber PR Music
Wow – 2020. We’re entering a brand new decade, and often it can feel very overwhelming to keep up with the ever-changing new music industry. That’s why we have compiled a list of 20 Music Marketing Predictions for 2020 ...

» Streaming Slows, 13 Musical Emotions, And Engineer Dennis Moody On The 300th Episode Of My Inner Circle Podcast
14/01/20 14:00 from Music 3.0 - The Blog Behind The Book
Yes, it’s podcast #300! I never dreamed that it would go this long yet here we are, and it’s all thanks to listeners like you. I’ve said this many times and I really mean it – THANK YOU KINDLY for your support! My...

» 29 Songs About Time; Not Having Enough, Too Much, Time To Heal & More
14/01/20 00:01 from Music Industry How To
The greatest minds of our time tell us that time is relative. It’s true – we all experience time differently. But if there’s one thing that’s true about time, it’s that it only moves forward. We can’t go back and change the past. It’s no...

» What is a single?
13/01/20 19:07 from DIY Musician
How platforms like Spotify and Apple Music define a “single.” A brief history of the single As the oldest format for distributing recorded music, the single is something of music industry royalty. To review what we discussed in our look ...

» Seven reasons to release a single
13/01/20 18:52 from DIY Musician
The streaming era is driven by singles, which means you should be releasing standalone tracks. But let me clarify something upfront: Albums are still important. The album format gives you a better chance to shape a story around your musi...

» Denon DJ’s new Prime Go all-in-one standalone has a 4+ hour battery in it
13/01/20 14:59 from DJ TechTools
This morning Denon DJ have introduced two new pieces of hardware – the Prime 2 and Prime Go. While the Prime 2 is a pretty easy-to-understand piece of gear (think a two channel Prime 4), the Prime Go is a more advanced piece of har...

» Album Sales Were Really Down Last Year
13/01/20 14:00 from Music 3.0 - The Blog Behind The Book
The year-end report from Alpha Data, the data analytics platform formerly known as BuzzAngle that powers the Rolling Stone Charts, shows that album sales continue to fall at an alarming rate. Streaming has taken its toll on the venerable...

» What Is Timbre In Music, Sound And Voice? With Examples
13/01/20 00:01 from Music Industry How To
You may have heard the term “timbre” being used in musical conversations. It could have popped up in a method book, magazine or even in a YouTube video. It’s possible it left you scratching your head wondering what it is. That’s be...

» What will Pioneer DJ release at NAMM 2020 – a new CDJ, or a new turntable?
11/01/20 02:48 from DJ TechTools
We’ve seen the beginnings of NAMM 2020 DJ gear news this week. In our email inboxes and around the web we’ve seen a lot of people asking the same question: what will Pioneer DJ release at NAMM 2020? Let’s think back to ...

» What is MIDI 2.0, and why does it matter?
10/01/20 17:38 from DJ TechTools
With Roland’s new 88-key controller announced this week, a lot of attention has been directed its compatibility with MIDI 2.0. This makes it the first company to have developed such functionality. For gear buyers, it might seem confusing...

» Spotify AND Apple Lead Podcasts – It’s All Down to How You Measure It
10/01/20 16:15 from Music Industry Blog
The podcast platform data from MIDiA’s Q4 tracker is in. These are the high-level findings: Apple still leads overall: A recent report showed that Spotify has become the leading podcast platform in the US. MIDiA’s Q4 Tracker data shows t...

» Playlist Strategies, Smart Speakers, Curated & Immersive Playlists
10/01/20 14:00 from Blog | Michael Brandvold Marketing
We are joined by Keith Jopling from MIDiA Research MIDiA Research is an analysis, data and research company that focuses on the intersection of media and technology, specialising in music, video, media, sports, telco and brands. Keith ha...

» The Meta Trends that Will Shape the 2020s
10/01/20 10:21 from Music Industry Blog
CES, the big annual consumer tech show, is underway in Las Vegas. Unlike in most previous years, there has been little in the way of big new announcements. This is in large part because we are reaching a degree of … Continue readin...

» 8 Best DMX Stage Light Control Software & Hardware 2020; For Clubs, Churches, DJs & More
10/01/20 00:01 from Music Industry How To
Lighting is a sometimes ignored but nevertheless important part of many types of events and performances. Small bars, pubs, clubs and coffeehouses may have limited lighting or no lighting at all. But if you want to enhance your performan...

» MGT142: Your Guide To Music PR And Spotify With The Indie Bible – David Wimble
09/01/20 16:49 from Dotted Music
David Wimble discusses the daunting task of pitching your music to music blogs and Spotify curators as an independent artist (with specific examples and practical tips) and shows how you can make the most of The Indie Bible.

» Denon DJ’s X1850 Mixer: an aesthetic refresh and that’s about it
09/01/20 15:30 from DJ TechTools
We’re happy that Denon DJ is updating their Prime series players to add a few more features and a new look. At the same time, they’re also updating their flagship mixer, now the X1850 Prime. There’s very little differen...

» The Best Months Of The Year To Release New Music
09/01/20 14:00 from Music 3.0 - The Blog Behind The Book
Let’s face it, some times of the year are better to release new music than others. The problem is, sometimes this is way down the priority list when it comes to music creation, but it should be way up the list for proper marketing ...

» YouTube Marketing for Bands
09/01/20 11:00 from Music Consultant
This interview was originally conducted in 2017. Starset is a rock band from Columbus, OH, formed by Dustin Bates in 2013. The group released their debut... Read more »

» Musician’s Website Dos & Don’ts
09/01/20 11:00 from Cyber PR Music
This is a guest post from our friends at Bandzoogle who are experts in Musician’s Websites. We’ve been working with them as long as we can remember and are so excited to present this fabulous article on Musician’s Websi...

» Instagram’s Growth Is Slowing, Which Is Bad For Artists
08/01/20 14:00 from Music 3.0 - The Blog Behind The Book
Instagram is a very fruitful social platform for most artists and bands since the majority of users are so into music. Although that sentiment hasn’t changed, it looks like the platform’s growth is slowing to single digits, w...

» Steinway Piano Price Revealed! New & Used Ranges, & What Impacts Cost
08/01/20 00:01 from Music Industry How To
Owning a Steinway piano is a dream aimed for by many serious pianists. Steinways are world renowned for their quality and name. While they are not the most expensive pianos in the world, they are nevertheless quite pricey. Okay, super pr...

» All You Need To Know About The HostBaby & Bandzoogle Partnership
07/01/20 17:39 from Cyber PR Music
Two of our favorite companies for musicians web hosting are joining forces  – HostBaby has announced that they are partnering with Bandzoogle and will begin moving all of their sites to the Bandzoogle platform! This month, HostBaby...

» 16 website templates for musicians and bands
07/01/20 17:04 from Bandzoogle news

» Music Trends 2020: Where is the industry headed?
07/01/20 16:05 from DIY Musician
Everyone has shared their 2019 Spotify Wrapped, we rang in the new year, and now we’re at the start of a whole new decade. Artists are scratching their heads wondering how the music industry, music production, and songwriting will ...

» Music And Audio Companies Recently Acquired And Radial’s Jay Porter On My Latest Inner Circle Podcast
07/01/20 14:00 from Music 3.0 - The Blog Behind The Book
My guest on the podcast this week is Jay Porter, who worked as both a live and studio engineer before entering the world of audio manufacturing.  Over the past 10 years while working with Primacoustic, Jay has assisted with acoustic trea...

» 47 Songs About Family Members; Your Mumma, Dad, Sister, Brother & More!
07/01/20 00:01 from Music Industry How To
Family. That one word can bring a lot to mind. For some it will be feelings of joy, nostalgia, love. For others it will be feelings of frustration, sadness, skepticism. There’s no right or wrong way to feel about your family – after all,...

» Does It Still Make Sense to Release Physical Music in 2020?
06/01/20 20:02 from Music Promotion Blog
Ah… the roaring 20s. As we begin this new decade, we look forward to the latest trends and shed our skin of the past decade and its soon-to-be-antiquated ways of doing things, right?

» Musically Speaking with Luis and Pedro – Sn 2 – Ep 35 – New Decade, New Predictions
06/01/20 19:32 from Luis Marte Music
Happy New Year! Luis and Pedro begin year 2 (aka season 2) of the podcast by wishing everyone a new year and ushering in a new decade. They give their thoughts on what 2020 will bring along with what changes the music business will encou...

» Minor Pentatonic Scale For Guitar, With Positions, Patterns & More
06/01/20 00:01 from Music Industry How To
If you’ve ever heard of the “box pattern” before, there’s a good chance the topic of the conversation was the pentatonic scale. The major scale may be the first scale you learn, but what usually follows on its heels is the minor pentaton...

» Dark Star Records Signs With Michael Brandvold Marketing For Marketing And Digital Strategy Services
03/01/20 20:30 from Blog | Michael Brandvold Marketing
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (DECEMBER 18, 2019) — Dark Star Records signs with Michael Brandvold Marketing to provide marketing and digital strategy service to their artsts. Jeffrey A. Swanson President of Dark Star Records, “I have to say i...

» Ellie Goulding and Billie Eilish Are Streaming’s New Normal
03/01/20 16:00 from Music Industry Blog
Less than a week into the new decade and we already have the first indications that the streaming rulebook continues to be rewritten faster than the ink can dry on its last entry. Three separate articles, on the surface unrelated, …...

» Fanocracy: How to Turn Fans into Customers with David Meerman Scott
03/01/20 14:00 from Blog | Michael Brandvold Marketing
We are joined by David Meerman Scott to discuss his new book FANOCRACY Turning Fans into Customers and Customers into Fans. The most powerful marketing force in the world isn’t social media, email blasts, search ads, or even those 15 sec...

» 34 Best Karaoke Machines 2020 Compared, For Any Use & All Ages
03/01/20 00:01 from Music Industry How To
Karaoke is so much fun. In Japan, it’s a favorite late-night pastime. And, it has caught on with the party crowd across the world. But going out night after night can be exhausting and sometimes expensive. Wouldn’t it be fun to bring tha...

» 5 Music Industry Trends To Be Aware Of in 2020
02/01/20 17:32 from Music Promotion Blog

» How To Choose Your Word Of The Year
02/01/20 15:59 from Living On Gigging
I see a lot of people wondering about their word of the year, or just pulling a word out of thin air, rather than choosing a word that will inspire them for three hundred and sixty five days. The work below is what I do to get a juicy wo...

» The Argument for Buying Sponsored Posts
01/01/20 11:00 from Music Promotion Blog
Image via Shutterstock This article originally appeared on Haulix .   In the age of social media, access comes with a cost. You can fight and complain, but sometimes, the price is worth the outcome.  Anyone promoting music for ...

» Music industry milestones in the 2010s
01/01/20 00:23 from DIY Musician
A look back at the decade that was. The music industry is no stranger to change in the past five decades. While the vinyl record dominated recorded music in the first 90 years of its existence, the cassette tape finally posed a threat in...

» 11 Record Labels In NYC & The Type Of Music They Release
01/01/20 00:01 from Music Industry How To
New York City has one of the most storied music scenes in the world, and it has an industry to match. Countless labels, publishing houses, agencies, management companies and promoters are based in New York. Of course, the big three label...

» How to Write a Music Marketing Plan
30/12/19 14:00 from Music Consultant
Musicians need a marketing plan for releasing new material. It doesn’t matter if you’re a new artist just getting started or if you already have... Read more »

» 6 Time-Saving Social Media Content Creation Tips and Tricks
30/12/19 11:00 from Music Promotion Blog
Image via Shutterstock No matter what industry you’re in, creating great content takes time, energy, and lots of brain power. Sadly, sometimes having all three of those for long periods of time can feel impossible. Not to worry, these so...

» Musician’s Guide To Setting And Achieving Goals
28/12/19 11:02 from Cyber PR Music
Most people set goals at the beginning of the year, but you can set them at any time!  Here’s our Musician’s Guide to Setting & Achieving Goals. Ask yourself: Is now the time I want to make a difference for my musical car...

» How To Choose The Right Online Session Drummer
27/12/19 16:18 from Musicgoat.com
Looking for the perfect online session drummer for your track? Then keep reading. First, let me start by saying that the right drummer for your track doesn’t have to be the most technically advanced one. To find the best match, you...

» Tour Press with Anne Leighton
27/12/19 14:00 from Blog | Michael Brandvold Marketing
We are joined by Anne Leighton from Anne Leighton Music Services to discuss tour press. How is tour press different then album release press? What can you do to get your own tour press? What can you do to make the job of a tour publicist...

» Tips For Touring In The Winter (Hint: Don't)
25/12/19 11:00 from Music Promotion Blog
Image via Shutterstock This article originally appeared on Soundfly .    Here is my guide on how to tour in the winter: Don’t. Kidding! I actually think that there is nothing wrong with touring in the winter. I’v...

» Happy Holidays, Happy New Year, and Bandzoogle Support Hours
23/12/19 18:10 from Bandzoogle news

» How to Make Your Mixes Sound Great in Every System (Part 1)
23/12/19 11:00 from Music Promotion Blog
Image via Shutterstock This article originally appeared on TuneCore .   For part one of this two-part series, click here .

» Musically Speaking with Luis and Pedro – Episode 34 – Adios 2019! (Season 1 Finale)
22/12/19 13:42 from Luis Marte Music
Luis and Pedro wrap up the first season of the podcast with a discussion about what they liked musically in 2019. They go over some of the hot albums and artists of the year including Billie Eilish, Lizzo, and Ariana Grand...

» Audiomack, the Streaming Platform you Should Investigate
20/12/19 14:00 from Blog | Michael Brandvold Marketing
We are joined by Charles Kaplan, Director of Product Management and Growth at Audiomack. Audiomack is a FREE, limitless music sharing and discovery platform for artists, tastemakers, labels, and fans. Think of Spotify mashed up with Soun...

» Cover art design tips to ensure your music goes live
18/12/19 16:35 from DIY Musician
Why making acceptable cover art is so important. In the streaming era, you need cover art for every single and album you release. Not only should that artwork LOOK good; it also has to meet the visual guidelines of the big streaming plat...

» Bandzoogle in 2019: More revenue streams for musicians
18/12/19 15:24 from Bandzoogle news

» Writing an Elevator Pitch for Your Music
18/12/19 14:00 from Music Consultant
Professional band bio writer and Musician Coaching Editor in Chief Julia Rogers presents some best practices to consider when writing an elevator pitch for your music.

» Musicians Reset Exercise: Tidings Of Comfort, Joy, Forgiveness & Success
18/12/19 12:02 from Cyber PR Music
I designed this Musicians Reset Exercise to help you end the year right! It’s been one crazy-town year for all of us and I hope that you had a good one. If it has been challenging in any way, I hope that you can enjoy some time off...

» Why Musicians Should Pay Attention to Chinese Social Media
18/12/19 11:00 from Music Promotion Blog
Image via Shutterstock What were you doing right before you clicked this article? Were you scrolling Facebook? Checking your story views on Instagram? Imagine if those options didn’t exist for you — if instead, they were replaced by a to...

» New issue of Music & Copyright with Russia country report
17/12/19 16:35 from Music & Copyright's Blog
The final issue of Music & Copyright for 2019 is now available for subscribers to download. Here are some of the highlights. Comparing the performances of the major music groups in 2019 Rising consumer spending on recorded music, cou...

» 7 Holiday Music Promotion Tips
17/12/19 11:54 from Cyber PR Music
It is that time of year again…. As an artist, there is no better time than the HOLIDAZE to work on building engagement within your fan base. It’s also a great time to stimulate some sales! Below you will find 7 tactics to first activate ...

» The DIY Musician Podcast’s TOP 5 episodes of 2019
16/12/19 19:20 from DIY Musician
Catch up on the year’s best podcast episodes for independent musicians. Twelve years and hundreds of episodes later, Kevin Breuner and I still find the occasional hour to talk through the latest trends in music distribution, promot...

» The most read posts from the Bandzoogle Blog in 2019
16/12/19 12:28 from Bandzoogle news

» How to Use Spotify and SoundCloud Analytics to Figure Out Where to Tour
16/12/19 11:00 from Music Promotion Blog
Image via Shutterstock Planning a tour can be stressful. It involves a ton of planning and strategy to make it work. With the help of Spotify and Soundcloud analytics, booking a tour is becoming easier than ever. These analytics give you...

» How an Economic Downturn Could Reshape Digital Media
13/12/19 14:58 from Music Industry Blog
Ten years on from the credit crunch, the global economy could be poised to enter another recession. Many of the underlying causes of the credit crunch remain in place, due to governments lacking appetite for structural reform of the faul...

» A Musicians Guide on How to Use Twitch, the Live Video Streaming Platform
13/12/19 14:00 from Blog | Michael Brandvold Marketing
We are joined by author Karen Allen to discuss her book Twitch For Musicians. Even though Twitch is a livestream platform primarily for gamers, indie musicians are building real fanbases and making enough money for this to be a solid sid...

» Please Read. Please Share … Please Stop.
12/12/19 14:15 from Music Consultant
Owning and operating a website that gets a fair amount of traffic is a very interesting experience. We often get inquiries from truly bright and... Read more »

» Be good today so you can be great forever
12/12/19 12:12 from Bandzoogle news

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