Production Music Careers
Pursuing a career in production music can be a daunting task. Beyond the years of formal musical training and hands on experience, one must be prepared to work in a highly competitive and sometimes not-very-lucrative field. Whether you’re considering a change of pace, or looking to move forward on your career plans, here are some tips to help you in your music career.Why Britons Still Prefer to Buy Tangible Physical Music Products
In an age where the phone and or MP3 handheld device is king, it is interesting to hear that apparently the majority of British music listeners still prefer to purchase physical music products such as CD and vinyl. And listen to it on a proper stereo system with hi-fi speakers. This is a reassuring turn up for the books as an independent creative music producer and recording engineer.How to Make Sure Your Beats for Sale Are Professional
As a music producer today it’s important to make sure you have a professional product you’re putting out to the public. There are a huge number of producers in the world today that make beats and instrumentals of a very high quality.Selling Music Online, Effective?
The world of hip-hop has changed with the vast growth of technology. Producers are using social networking and sites like Rocbattle.com and many more to sell their beats. With the demand for online exposure rising, the companies offering their services look to profit. Artists and producers seek an outlet to make a profit and are sometimes willing to pay anything to sell their music.A Close Look at Independent Music
The indie music scene is swarmed with people all aspiring to become popular, but not to go mainstream, although there are indie singers that cross over to the mainstream industry. These people lack the financial support of major recording labels, so they have to do most of the work on their own. While there are independent music labels, these companies do not have enough funds for extensive promotion and mass production.