Entering Remix Competitions to Promote Your Music
If you are a musician you have probably found out that it can be hard to get noticed. This is because there is lot of other musicians out there just like you, all trying to do the same thing – get noticed. If you believe your music is great, but no one is paying attention to it then this solution may be for you.Women Working in the Recording Studio
Recently I have come across a rather surprising interview by a so-called reputable recording engineer and writer on the subject of studio recording techniques. He was essentially claiming that men do not want to work with women in the studio. So, he concludes that it is for principally this reason that female music producers are so rare to be found working in the field of recording and mixing creative music.Beat Making Software – 3 Crucial Pieces to Make Your Own Beats
With so many choices, finding the right easy to use beat making software that will fit your needs can be confusing. Here’s 3 things your beat making program must have if you want to make your own beats that sound hot.Selecting Subwoofers for Dubstep and Drum and Bass
As a concert producer, I’m frequently asked which subs I would recommend. Invariably, I end up saying “It depends in the type of music you will be playing through them.” For the purposes of this article, I’m going to restrict the conversation to just Dubstep, and Drum and Bass. Dubstep and Drum and Bass have a huge amount of content in the 20hz – 50hz range, and if you do the math, you are going to need about 5000 – 40,000 watts dedicated to a that frequency range to produce enough of that sound to be heard along with the rest of the music.Finding a Job As a Musician – Get a Few Tips
You may not realize it but the music industry is as strenuous as any other industry. Finding a job as a musician, even after leaving music school is not as easy as it sounds. It takes experience and loads of commitment to get by, and become better every day.