Clubhouse is finally open to everyone: How musicians can benefit

Popular voice social networking app Clubhouse is finally out of beta and open to all. Previously Clubhouse entry had been restricted to those invited by existing users.

Clubhouse thrived during the pandemic, but now it’s under pressure from competitive apps from Facebook, Twitter, Spotify (Green Room), Discord, and others.

With Clubhouse open to all, how can musicians benefit from getting involved in the community?

While some DJs and singer-songwriters, its real value for musicians is a learning and networking tool. It’s often like being invited to a cocktail party that includes a bunch of industry folks that you’d like to meet.

For a deeper dive, here are a few of the best articles that Hypebot has published on Clubhouse:

Can musicians really benefit from Clubhouse?

Clubhouse: Everything that you need to know

A guide to setting up your own Clubhouse

Bruce Houghton is Founder and Editor of Hypebot and MusicThinkTank and serves as a Senior Advisor to Bandsintown which acquired both publications in 2019. He is the Founder and President of the Skyline Artists Agency and an online professor for the Berklee College Of Music.

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