Redefining Success In Music
To many, landing a recording contract is success. However, with the changing music landscape and shrinking physical sales, the definition of success has changed. On our sister blog Music Think. Continue reading
Is this the best or the worst time for independent musicians?
On Music Think Tank, Rich Gordon poses an interesting question – Is this the best or the worst time for independent musicians? With the ever growing DIY movement, musicians are. Continue reading
Here We Go Again: The bright new future ahead where we can all share music in the cloud, NOT..
The music industry and the web are buzzing about Google’s new cloud music service. On Music Think Tank, David Greenberg shares his opinion on music in the cloud and points. Continue reading
Generate Demand For Your Music With Loss Leaders
The debate roars on over giving music away for free. Yesterday, Bruce wrote about it on Hypebot in How To Turn Free Into Paid: Lessons From Evernote Today on Music. Continue reading
The Silver Bullet for Music Business Success?
On Music Think Tank, Minh Chau has found an overarching theme that leads to music business success. Through various stories and advice from music industry events, Minh realized that the. Continue reading
Is The New Digital Ecology More In Harmony Than The Industrial Model?
Catherine Hol’s post on Music Think Tank explores the new digital ecology and the challenges of standing out. She discusses Kyle Bylin’s post about the collapse of the record industry. Continue reading
The Realities of Making a Living with Music in 2011
On Music Think Tank, Bob Baker is about to give you a dose of reality with his post. His rant is in response to all the posts about the doomed. Continue reading
How To Actually Make $50,000 a Year As a Musician
On Music Think Tank, David J. Hahn responds to the earlier MTT post about how musicians can make $50,000 a year. People are trying to give advice all the time. Continue reading
1,000 True Fans Theory At Work In Australia
On Music Think Tank, Ariel Hyatt brings her posts about 1,000 true fans to Australia. In the post, James Chatman (from Sydney) contributes to the 1,000 true fans theory. He. Continue reading