6 ways to begin safely reintegrating into in-person music sessions

Along with concerts and tours, in-person sessions are starting to return to some of the nation’s major music cities. While a good thing overall, adjusting to once again making music. Continue reading

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Music through pandemic: 5 ways artists continued to adapt, continue performing

While there are many positive signs regarding the return of live music, the pandemic will continue to impact artists. Fortunately, musicians are creative and adaptable. In this recent article on. Continue reading

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Re-open for business: adapting to your post-pandemic creative life

With the past 15 months of disruption beginning to fade, Suzanne Paulinski offers some guidance on how artists can adjust their creative practices for a post-pandemic world. Guest post by. Continue reading

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3 live show formats likely to come back first after the pandemic

Although live music is slowly returning, packed arenas and festivals may still be a ways off. Here, we explore the three types of live music most likely to return first. Continue reading

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Michael Huppe of SoundExchange: ‘All players in the industry, creators or platforms, have to rethink how they work together’

Here SoundExchange CEO Michael Huppe weighs in on what a post-pandemic music industry is shaping up to look like, and why creators and platforms alike will need to rethink what. Continue reading

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How musicians are still being affected by the pandemic

While producers and solo artists have certainly struggled during the pandemic, bands have been hit especially hard, with lockdown cutting into revenue, forcing many to explore new creative directions, and. Continue reading

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4 lessons artists must learn from the pandemic

With concerts and festivals poised to return, it’s important that bands and artists not forget the tough lessons taught to them by a year spent in isolation. Guest post by. Continue reading

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How do you promote a music tour in 2021?

With new tours, festivals, and events being announced what seems like daily, it’s important to remember that we’re still communicating through an active crisis. Promoting a tour has always been. Continue reading

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Music As A Souvenir: Cassette sales double during the pandemic

Music as a souvenir. It’s a concept I first witnessed during the download age when South Korean teens were buying truckloads of 45’s even when they didn’t own turntables. It’s. Continue reading

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87% of musicians believe the pandemic has been harmful to their mental health

Despite some optimistic predictions, there is no clear end in site for the ongoing pandemic and, according to a new report, the COVID crisis has taken a particularly heavy toll. Continue reading

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