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» [2010-08-14]
5 Reasons Artists Should Ditch The Label
Top 5 Reasons an artist or band should ditch the label
By likeZEBRA (more from this author)

» [2010-06-21]
Integrating Small Business Concepts into an Audio Production Program
How to assist audio production majors with the transition into a freelance career
By Dan Walzer (more from this author)

» [2010-06-13]
Review of "Developing Music Careers In Uncertain Times: A Psycho-Spiritual-Musical Manifesto"
Peter Spellman makes a clear distinction between the music industry and the music trade
By Michele Wilson-Morris (more from this author)

» [2010-02-22]
Seven Mistakes To Avoid When Writing A Press Release
There are certain mistakes that are the journalistic equivalent of dragging one's nails across a blackboard
By Michele Wilson-Morris (more from this author)

» [2010-02-07]
The 4 Dangers of a Self Released Album
"Self release" is all too common of a phrase in today's music market
By Martin Frank Frascogna (more from this author)

» [2010-02-07]
American Idol - Another Rant For Another Season
American Idol is not quite all it seems
By Loren Weisman (more from this author)

» [2010-01-16]
The Musician Enablers
Some helping musicians with either money or time may actually be hurting in the long run
By Loren Weisman (more from this author)

» [2010-01-04]
Have I Got A Bridge To Sell You
Teachers, consultants, producers and other services in music need to be clear and identify themselves properly
By Loren Weisman (more from this author)

» [2010-01-04]
How to Get Noticed by a Record Label
Here are several steps you can take to help separate yourself from the rest
By International Academy of Design & Technology (more from this author)

» [2009-12-27]
Experience Factor
Once upon a time, back in the "olden days," music recorded by an artist was a living experience
By David Knight, Music Talk Sessions (more from this author)

» [2009-12-16]
Posting And Announcing Your Gigs
Those extra steps to post and announce your shows are important to get people to show up
By Loren Weisman (more from this author)

» [2009-12-08]
10 Habits of Highly Productive Artists
A list of habits that every serious artist needs to internalize and implement
By Vinny Ribas (more from this author)

» [2009-12-05]
Getting Into The Game
Break your music into the video game industry
By John Foxworthy, Garage Radio (more from this author)

» [2009-12-03]
What it Takes To Be A Radio DJ
Tips to becoming a successful on-air personality
By Brown College (more from this author)

» [2009-11-29]
The Seven Essentials To Writing A Press Release
It's your connection to your audience: conveying your brand, your event, and your story
By Michele Wilson-Morris (more from this author)

» [2009-11-17]
Ten Tips that Every Musician Should Apply to Their Career
It takes more than creativity in the music business
By Loren Weisman (more from this author)

» [2009-11-12]
15 Ways To Improve Your Chances Of Getting The Gig
Here are some ways that you can rise above the crowd and increase your chances of landing the gig
By Vinny Ribas (more from this author)

» [2009-11-12]
Enough is Enough, Damn It!
Yes, there will be times when you will not have a replacement band member waiting on the sidelines
By David Knight, Music Talk Sessions (more from this author)

» [2009-11-12]
Drive And Determination Are Far From Enough
While a positive attitude is good, it needs to be backed with much more
By Loren Weisman (more from this author)

» [2009-09-06]
A True Story Of Industry Abuse
The very best way to conduct business is to physically meet your client and "press the flesh"
By Allen Johnston, The Music Specialist (more from this author)

» [2009-08-07]
New Music Seminar Asks 'What Is Success?'
A question that means something different to nearly everyone, yet is key to developing viable goals
By Christopher Chhin (more from this author)

» [2009-08-05]
Promoting Your Music On A Successful Note!
You have put time and talent into your music, now you have to begin self-promoting in a professional manner
By Jonathan Whitmer (more from this author)

» [2009-08-02]
The Top Five Reasons You Will Fail In Music
Here are the top five reasons that will hurt your career and your chances of moving toward the level of success you want
By Loren Weisman (more from this author)

» [2009-07-29]
Fan Relationship Management: Quit Your Day Job
What is hard is not to get the cash but to have that relationship with your fans
By Christopher Chhin (more from this author)

» [2009-07-21]
Finding the Perfect Indie Site
Helping indie artists choose the sites that will make a difference to their music career
By Casa (more from this author)

» [2009-07-09]
The Elevator Pitch
You need a fast pitch when going after what you want in order not to lose the audience you are asking from
By Loren Weisman (more from this author)

» [2009-06-27]
Internet Music Collaborating Is The Wave Of The Future
Anybody with an idea can connect with like-minded individuals, from just about anywhere in the world and produce a song
By Casa (more from this author)

» [2009-05-12]
Postering - A Crucial Part Of Music Marketing
It reaches the people who are not coming across you online and been a marketing and promotion mainstay for decades
By Loren Weisman (more from this author)

» [2009-05-11]
Musicians - Maximize Your Digital Touring Income
I'd like to discuss how the digital sphere plays into touring income
By Jim Markunas (more from this author)

» [2009-05-06]
Small Is The New Big, And How House Concerts Can Save Touring Artists
Demonstrates the importance of house concerts as the "missing infrastructure" of modern touring
By Fran Snyder (more from this author)

» [2009-04-29]
Embracing Encouragement In the Music Community
Three ways to "embrace encouragement" and keep you strong on your journey to getting wherever "there" is for you
By Wendy Vickers (more from this author)

» [2009-04-28]
Rejection Is Just An Invitation To Resubmit. Always RSVP
The gig was great - MCA paid us a living wage and covered studio expenses
By Marc Blatte (more from this author)

» [2009-04-22]
Bartering In The New Economy
Bartering is a good idea in today's economy for musicians and other artists
By Loren Weisman (more from this author)

» [2009-04-02]
It's Never The Right Time
It's never the right time to work on your music career and in turn, artists continue to put things off
By Loren Weisman (more from this author)

» [2009-03-28]
Respect Your Editors
They usually need to be convinced of your relevance and it helps if you consider what they are up against
By Mike Farley (more from this author)

» [2009-03-23]
Yes, You Can Make Money With Your Music!
Even though everyone bemoans decreasing CD sales, I would like to describe some of the more innovative revenue sources
By Steven Corn, BFM Digital (more from this author)

» [2009-03-13]
Turning Your Fans Into Detectives
Finding ways to keep the interest of fans to return to your websites again and again.
By Loren Weisman (more from this author)

» [2009-03-05]
Focus on a Few
Getting Your Friends to Market to the Masses
By Andrew Goodrich (more from this author)

» [2009-02-28]
Youtube Goes Out Of Business: Last Day Will Be...
For most artists and labels, their lives would be unchanged if Youtube were to suddenly disappear
By Steven Corn, BFM Digital (more from this author)

» [2009-02-18]
How To Build Your Band's Electronic Press Kit
Much has changed for musicians with the rise of social media from artist-fan relations to the distribution of music
By Audiolife (more from this author)

» [2009-01-18]
Artist Endorsements
Five things that you should never say or list when you are looking for an endorsement
By Loren Weisman (more from this author)

» [2008-10-18]
What Is Your Band/Music Worth?
By Chris King (more from this author)

» [2008-10-18]
Is Anybody Listening? (Creative Development)
By David Knight, Music Talk Sessions (more from this author)

» [2008-03-21]
The Digital Lowdown - Digital Only Releases: Pros and Cons
"When does your CD come out?"
By Steven Corn, BFM Digital (more from this author)

» [2008-01-24]
Music Online Glossary – When Music, Music Careers And PCs Collide
By Donna Liguria, Artistopia (more from this author)

» [2008-01-23]
Music Publishing In Japan
By Steve Myers, Theta Music (more from this author)

» [2008-01-14]
Music Publishing For Today's Market
By Allen Johnston, The Music Specialist (more from this author)

» [2008-01-14]
Get Up, Get On And Get Off: The Early Bird Catches The Record Deal!
By Sheena Metal, Music Highway (more from this author)

» [2008-01-14]
Gigging And Touring As An Indie: One Big Gig Can Get You Heard Above The Fray
By André Calilhanna, Disc Makers (more from this author)

» [2008-01-13]
Mastering: What It Is And Why You Shouldn't Do It In Your Garage
By Ron Boustead, TAXI.com (more from this author)

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