How To Nail Your Interview Every Time

How To Nail Your Interview Every Time So you got your first interview—congratulations! We spend a lot of time talking about how to secure your first few press placements. But what happens when you actually do? Well first, I hope you celebrate—this is a big deal! Then, it’s time to talk strategy. How are you […]

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How To Change The Culture Of Your Band

How To Change The Culture Of Your Band You might not realize it, but there’s a cultural framework that shapes the way that all bands behave. Culture dictates everything from how you and your bandmates interact with one another to the process you engage in to make difficult choices. You can think about culture as […]

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How MIDI Can Help Or Hurt Your Music

How MIDI Can Help Or Hurt Your Music Technology is a double-edged sword when it comes to music creation. On one hand, technology gives us the tools to write, record, and produce in ways we couldn’t have done otherwise. Yet, leaning too heavily into the convenience technology offers can be bad for our music. This […]

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5 Reasons Musicians Quit

5 Reasons Musicians Quit Music is a creative pursuit where creators and performers can be talented, lucky, and ambitious and still somehow end up quitting a few years in. If you’ve been at it for a while, you know how grueling a music career can be. But have you ever nailed down exactly why? Rather […]

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Guide To Running A PR Campaign

Guide To Running A PR Campaign Have you ever worked tirelessly on a new song, only to have it totally flop? Or maybe you’ve spent thousands on an album, only to have the buzz die out about a day after the release? And really, is there anything more disappointing than releasing a piece of music […]

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4 Simple Ways To Write Better Music

4 Simple Ways To Write Better Music Almost everything about the modern music industry is complex, from the way streaming platforms pay artists to the ever-evolving ways fans discover and listen to music. But when it comes to creating opportunities to write fresh, interesting music, the methods we can rely on to increase our creativity […]

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5 Things Worth Bugging Your Fans Over

5 Things Worth Bugging Your Fans Over In 2020, capturing and keeping your audience’s attention can be a major challenge, even if yours is passionate about your music. While it might be tempting to share each and every detail of your musical journey, oversharing leaves the important things you want to say for being ignored […]

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How To Leverage Discouragement In Your Music Career

How To Leverage Discouragement In Your Music Career Disappointment is inevitable for serious musicians. This applies whether you’re conventionally successful or have never found traction for your music. Ultimately, this makes the art of transforming discouragement into something positive a crucial asset for a music career. It’s not easy, but learning to cope with discouragement […]

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5 Tips For Live-Streaming Concerts

5 Tips For Live-Streaming Concerts From packed arena tours to modestly attended open mic nights, the ways we used to share musical performances with people were events most of us took for granted. But now that the vast majority of shows have been put on hold, musicians and audiences crave musical connection and meaning through […]

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