Typical indie artists release way too much music. The main reason is because when they release, they don’t get enough traction or “buzz” so they feel like they have to release another song or another video
The truth is, when you start to take your career seriously, your circle will begin to change.
I developed AudioCommon to fix some of the key problems indie artists face in today’s Industry, and–most importantly–to put new power into artists’ hands.
Has it been hard for you to get people to share your music?
But with all the competition out there, it makes it much harder to get a record deal (let alone one that you would actually want). So what makes a label sign an artist?
This has become a running list from the Future of Music Coalition (FOMC), which now counts 42 different, discrete revenue streams that artists can exploit. Take a look; add your own.
Stereo Assault has now developed a program that looks to educate the next generation of musicians, artists, and anyone looking to enter the music industry.
There’s a fundamental truth that most people who are very busy promoting themselves don’t seem to grasp: Self-promotion is not about you.
Below are just a few things to focus on that will give you a jump start to the year. Remember its not always about working harder, it’s about working smarter.
“As social media marketers, we tend to sweat the details. Am I posting at the most ideal times? Are my posts formatted to perfection? Do my updates have the right tone and brand personality?