The Working Musician and The Club Dynamic
Do you think, as a working band or musician, that you understand club owners? Would you like to understand the dynamics behind the whole scene?Starfleet Digital Music Pool: Why Record Pools Still Matter
This year music industry veteran Ronnie Matthews and the Starfleet Music Pool are celebrating 22 years in the music business. Most people under the age of 30, have no idea what a record pool is or the importance they played in breaking new music while playing the liaison between djs and record labels. Starfleet is one of the few record pools that is still standing from the “golden area,” and it continues to thrive because of its willingness to embrace change.3 Reasons Spotify May Never Become the OS of Music
So, most of you are probably aware of the recent changes that Spotify has made in regards to opening up its platform for developers to build apps upon. In March, the social music service will be opening up an app store to help app developers get paid for their hard work.Recording Guitar In The Studio
Do you want to increase your chances of “making it” in the music industry and getting into a successful band? One of the most overlooked skills that you must acquire to make this dream a reality is the ability to record your musical parts very well in the studio.Non-Music Courses That Can Help Your Music Career
If you’re a college, or even high school, student interested in the music industry, it can be easy to spend all of your time focused on music, but a well-rounded education may be more important than you think. Whether you’re someone looking to tie your regular coursework into your interests or you aren’t sure what electives to take, here’s a look at some “regular” courses that can help your music industry career.