How To Write A Song If You’re Aiming For The Charts

Have you ever walked into the studio with no inspiration and bashed out a song just because you know you're supposed to? Let's be real – so has everyone else.. Continue reading

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Musicians Holiday Gift Guide: Digital Recording Gear

With the holiday season rapidly approaching, you may be stumped as to what to get your musician friends. What gear are they using, what do they already have, what do. Continue reading

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Bandposters Makes Getting Gig Posters To Tour Venues A Lot Easier

Bandposters recently launched to solve the problem of getting just a few high-quality posters to each venue you're appearing at on tour. If you don't have a dedicated office staff. Continue reading

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The Mystery of Nostalgia – Making Music Sound Better for Pretty Much Your Whole Life

In a world where technology is rapidly becoming king, it's important that we continue to keep in mind the basics. Your fans, though they may engage before, during, and after. Continue reading

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Marc Ecko’s 10 Rules For Building A Swag Bomb

Marc Ecko recently released a new book called Unlabel: Selling You Without Selling Out.Oddly enough, while it's full of awesome Marc Ecko stories, its organizing concept of the Authenticity Formula. Continue reading

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MusicThinkTank Weekly Recap: Digital vs. Vinyl: Where It Makes A Difference

Jason Kane | Digital vs. Vinyl: Where It Makes A Difference Corey Crossfield | Apps Are The Future Of Music Mackenzie Carlin | Legal Landmine: Playing Music At Your Business

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Powerful Quotes That Could Change The Way You Promote Your Music

Ever had one of those Aha-moments when you finally “get it”? Here are 12 of GREAT quotes that each have the potential to change the way you think about promoting your. Continue reading

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Getting It Done: The Week In D.I.Y. & Indie Music

Steve Aoki's Manager On Getting Famous Online: Stop Promoting and Start Entertaining Music Marketing With Facebook's New Shared Photo Albums DIY Jazz Artist Carsie Blanton Shifts Sound To Seduce Listeners. Continue reading

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Fonts and Branding: How Typography Affects Your Identity in the Music Industry

Look in the mirror – is the image you project true to your reflection? How you represent yourself behind the scenes is just as important as how you carry yourself. Continue reading

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MusicThinkTank Weekly Recap: Your Fans Won’t Come to Your Shows…

Where The Music Industry Thinks Out Loud                 Diana Hereld: Creativity in Constraint: Exploiting the Boundaries David Dusty: Seeking Success for Your Songs. Continue reading

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