A Good Mix Starts With a Good Recording
With recording and mixing you get out what you put in. A harsh, cold, wet and dusty sounding vocal cannot usually be magically corrected by the mixing process. If you get a great, noise-free and warm vocal going in then it makes the job of mixing it into your track much smoother.How Your R and B Band Can Perform at the Essence Music Festival 2011
Are you an R&B singer or band looking to make it big in the music industry? New Orleans is the perfect jumping off point.How to Get Your Song Played on the Radio
The music industry is extraordinarily competitive with an unknowable number of artists battling for the attention of listeners. If you are a musician looking to get noticed, it is important to offer your songs on every possible format. On behalf of the artists out there struggling to promote their music to the masses, this article discusses how to get your song played on the radio.Top 6 Tips For Managing Music Sales
Let face it, selling music is harder than pulling a cruise ship with a row boat. That said, when you’re out there busking, at gigs and street fairs, you do make some sales. Once the sale is made, the confusion and the conflict begins. Conversations start with, “How many CD’s did we sell? I think about 150. Man, the box is empty and we brought 200, what happened to the other 50?”3 Tips for Getting Your Song Heard Online
While the internet has presented new challenges for the music industry after the rise of widespread MP3 downloading, new technology also makes it easier to deliver songs to the end-user. If you are looking to hit the ground running and begin building buzz for your band or solo project, take a look at these 3 tips for getting your song heard online.