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Creative Album Release Strategies for Artists at Any Level

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

Today, with all the new technology and different ways to reach your fans, there are more ways to release your music than you can count. As cool as it may be to have all these options, it’s sometimes hard to decide which release strategy is best for you and your music career. After all, not everyone...

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How to Identify the Perfect Audience for Your Music

Monday, May 30th, 2016

Being a person who seeks to create music and release it publicly requires an intense amount of drive. Passion without direction, however, will not give you the success you’re seeking. No matter how talented you are or how powerful your art is, without the right audience, your music will not...

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How to Be a More Productive Musician Than You’ve Ever Been Before

Friday, May 27th, 2016

It’s 2016, and we’re all trying to be more productive. It’s a common New Year’s resolution, but it’s something that everybody struggles with all year round. Getting the most out of every minute is important, but that doesn’t mean that actually achieving such a goal is easy. Many actions...

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Disastrous Mistakes That Every Novice Band Makes

Thursday, May 26th, 2016

So, you’re planning on starting a band? Great! Having a band is an amazing experience and we’re sure you’ll have a lot of fun playing, hanging out with your bandmates, and traveling to places you’ve never been before. But before you get all excited, you need to understand that...

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Ways to Be a Happier Musician (Even When Things Seem Hopeless)

Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

The spectrum of potential difficulties and hardships you’ll face as an independent musician are vast, from physically grueling tours to financial struggles to the ever-looming fear that your career’s going nowhere. And let’s not forget that all your feels are on display to either...

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Billy Lunn, What does it mean to “break America”?

Tuesday, May 24th, 2016

On the plane journey over to JFK Airport for our first American tour in something like eight years, I couldn’t help thinking what it was like when we first arrived stateside to appear on a popular TV programme of the time: The OC. Like anything then, we took it all in our stride. On departing from...

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Why the British live music industry could be under threat from the smartphone in your pocket.

Saturday, May 21st, 2016

The UK is internationally renowned not only for producing some of the best musical artists in the world, but also for developing an unrivalled live music industry that supports this creative wellspring, together with the high-quality venues and events needed to support our abundance of talent. Not...

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Things You Need to Do Before You Release a Single

Friday, May 20th, 2016

Releasing a single is the first step to generating interest in your music and building a fanbase. Some artists have built massive fanbases and generated revenue from just one hit single. However, there’s a lot more that goes into successfully releasing a single than just posting it on your SoundCloud...

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Simple Things to Give Up if You Truly Want to Succeed as an Artist

Thursday, May 19th, 2016

There are plenty of articles with suggestions about how to be more productive, more successful, and with tips on how to become the person you want to be… but what about the things you need to give up? Those artists who have made it have qualities in common, including many things that they have...

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dbx CT series cable testing accessories

Monday, May 16th, 2016

We all know how frustrating and time consuming it can be when your audio cables fail. With the dbx CT2 cable testing unit you can now evaluate a large variety of your cables with ease. The CT2 offers many common connectors such as Speaker Twist, XLR, Phono, BNC, DIN, TRS, TS, DMX, & Banana. The...

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IK Multimedia VocaLive 3 Real-time vocal effects for the stage or studio

Sunday, May 15th, 2016

VocaLive 3 is a complete Vocal effects processing and recording suite that lets vocalists create stunning vocal tracks on their iPhone or iPad. It features 5 vocal effects – Pitch Fix, Choir, Morph, De-esser, and Doubler, plus 7 utility studio effects – Reverb, Delay, Parametric EQ, Compressor,...

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Tips for Better Show Promotion and Turnout

Friday, May 13th, 2016

Do you wholly support the idea of “working smart, not hard? Shouldn’t you do both? Still, there are ways to maximize the efficiency of your efforts. When you’re promoting a show, the key is almost always timing. Check out the five points below to learn why.

1. Consider...

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The Introverted Musician’s Guide to Self-Promotion

Thursday, May 12th, 2016

The common prescription for success in the music world these days goes something like this:hustle, hustle, and more hustle. Without a record label or publicist backing you (and even sometimes when you have their help), most promotion for DIY musicians turns into self-promotion. If you’re an introverted...

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Pat Tester Suffolk

Wednesday, May 11th, 2016

Steven Mitchell used to be in property maintenance, in 2013 work was fairly quiet so he thought about training to be an electrician. The course work and costs involved were huge along with ongoing costs on a yearly basis. While Steve was researching he came across a Pat testing course and thought...

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Paul Confirms Second ‘One On One’ Washington DC Date

Tuesday, May 10th, 2016

August 10: Washington DC – Verizon Center Due to overwhelming demand, Paul has confirmed he will add a second and final show to his Washington DC engagement at Verizon Center on Wednesday, August 10. tickets will be available through Ticketmaster for the Washington DC show. To purchase tickets,...

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