In the new music industry, DIY doesn’t have to mean artists going “broke,” here’s how to approach financial stability as a DIY artist.
Using examples from software and business development, this OpEd shows musicians how to make sure your projects are always moving ahead.
Hiring a publicist is effective, but expensive, and only as good as your continued retention. Why not learn to do it all yourself?
Hiring the right person for the job is vital in the audio recording process. Here are some tips for developing a positive relationship.
What’s more important than finding success in music? Find out in this thoughtful OpEd written by a musician, husband, and father in 2019.
The music industry today operates very differently than it did 20 years ago, and our expectaations around success have to operate differently too.
A short and sweet think piece on how to find success in the music industry without focusing on what that success tends to represent (fame).
It may sound corny or cliché, it may sound like bad advice at first, but “fake it til you make it” is one of the core tennets of visualizing your success.
Musicians condem themselves to failure by subscribing subconsciously to the “starving artist” mentality, but it’s time to shift the paradigm and start anew.
The digital promotion landscape in music is changing fast and more competitive than ever, here’s some tips to helping you cut through and find success.