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5 Tools For A Music Producer On A Budget – Download

Save money and still produce high quality, professional level music… These tools continue to serve me well as I’ve worked with professional artists like Sia, Kygo, Skylar Grey, and others.

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7 Rules Every Artist needs to know for fan Engagement on Facebook.

Over the years of mentoring and helping artist achieve their goals with their music career, I have been asked how do you engage with fans on social media platforms to get results that really make a difference. I want to share with you the 7 major principles of creating the right kind of culture on…

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Why identity is the most important aspect to establishing a new artist brand [Video]

I was recently invited to do an interview for a great friend of mine Alex Miranda CEO of the Creative Complex.  He wanted to chat about how I use identity branding to launch the artists I produces and mentor.  So I wanted to share with you that interview to help bring the focus as to why it…

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5 great apps that can help keep you focused, and get your projects done!

I love technology (signing in my chip from Napoleon dynamite voice of course).   Apps can either be a great asset to helping us stay productive and reach our goals, or it can distract us from doing so.  I can stay focused on finish tracks, and prepping songs to be placed on projects but if Snapchat,…

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2 Easy Steps to Get over Your Writers Block and Finish those Tracks.

You probably have heard the saying  “nothing is certain, except for death and taxes”. Well you can most definitely add writers block into that quote as well.  The creative process of making music does come with its many ups and occasional downs. The first thing I want to point out is that writers block is perfectly normal and…

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Make A Living In Music Through The Power Of Generosity. Interview with Graham from Recording Revolution

Throughout my years of producing music I sometimes get the chance to meet some incredible people. Graham from the recording revolution happens to be one of those guys.  He has been blogging about the recording process for a couple of years now and has helped countless amounts of people get through their struggles with recording their…

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How to get more from your music

How the “Name Your Price” option can help you see better results from monetizing from your music.

I was recently asked by an artist I was working with my thoughts on setting up a shopping cart system on their website for their music, rather than selling it on other platforms.  He said the main reason for doing so was to have control over how much value his music should have.  I understand where…

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To stream or not to stream? The uphill battle of streaming your music.

Take a good look around.  Streaming services are breathing down your neck trying to get you to give up the fight of trying to provide any other way of delivering your music to the masses.  Apple music has just announced they reached 10 Million subscribers worldwide, and Spotify has nearly reach 20 Million, and reports to…

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3 Things to remember when showcasing your music.

The music industry has change quite a bit over the past few years, but one thing that remains to be the same is the need to showcase/shop your music.  Sure, it seems simple enough…Just copy and paste a link to a playlist of your latest material, sit back and wait for the great praise of a…

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Frustrated with making your own music?

How to Get Over the Music Producer Blues…Dealing With The Frustrations Of A Career In Music.

The Artist Blues….is there such a thing? I believe so, and it stems from something a bit deeper than just getting frustrated with your Digital Audio Workstation. Being an Artist, Dj, or Music Producer these days doesn’t come without its shares of ups and downs, and I am speaking from sixteen years of producing music for a living. …

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