How to start a music career
I remember when I first got started in the music industry, it wasn't pretty! Day in and day out I would check the stats on my website to see that I only had one view for the day, "talk about disappointed", I was crushed. So I'm going to help you avoid the mistakes I made when pursuing my passion in music. It can be difficult to break into the music industry, especially when you don’t have personal connections or an extensive resume. The good news is that it’s possible and it doesn’t matter how old you are, or where you live. That means you will have to already have a fan base, will need to have some songs under your belt, and will have to prove you can generate an income from your music.
Why Do You Need To Learn The Business Side Of The Music Industry!
Creating a good quality product is only half of the battle, the other half is the promotion. Promoting your music is the process of raising awareness of your product, and making people want to buy it. If you don’t put an equal amount of time and effort into this side of things (If not more), you probably won’t get the kind of results you were hoping for. I recommend you largely perfect your art before you try to showcase your musical talent. Ensure that you have your style down, and you are happy with the music you’re producing. The first thing I always advise people to do? Set up their own .com website.
So what many tend to do is only focus in on those that have something instantly appealing about them. This is how you can give yourself the advantage over other musicians. As a matter of fact, most labels are more inclined to sign artists that have proven success in attracting and maintaining an audience through social networking. A music production company is a business that is in charge of, or responsible for, the production and delivery of master recordings of songs ready for manufacture and commercial release. It's imperative for you to be educated in the business and hire qualified, experienced professionals to help you carry on your business in a professional and businesslike fashion.
To be continued.............
By: Shannon "Ba'K" Roundtree
If you dare to be great it starts with learning your market and fulfilling it with precision and poise. I will teach you everything you need to know about the music business. I will start with the best practices, then I will evolve into some more creative options. Follow these steps and you will get paid for what you love to do. Make music!