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Four Time-Saving Tips when entering your events at Jazz Near You

Jazz Near You improves regularly and we're particularly focused on improving ease of use. Here are four time-saving tips to consider when entering your next round of events: 1. Adding Recurring Events Did you know that you can add up to ten recurring events at once on the Jazz Near You event submission form? Here's how: ...

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How to Pitch Your Band when You Can't Afford PR

By Amy Sciarretto on Sonicbids Blog As my recent “Ask a Publicist“ article explained, having a publicist is an essential tool for your band's growth and success. But not every band can afford the spend, depending on where they are in their development. So if you're not signed to a label with in-house PR, relax. You are not S.O.L. There are ways to do ...

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TuneCore Surveys Indie Artists and Label Management on Current State of the Music Industry

1,112 members of the TuneCore community responded to the survey they dispersed asking indie artists and label management about the current state of the music industry. The industry has been and is continuing to rapidly evolve and as those changes take place, artists are both challenged and expected to keep up. TuneCore posed the survey looking ...

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5 Things That Smart Musicians Do Every Day

By  Dylan Welsh on Sonicbids Blog  The sheer number of tasks that need to be completed on any given day can overwhelm anybody involved in music professionally. In today's industry, most musicians end up wearing many different hats in order to make ends meet. Everywhere you go, independent artists have to not only write and perform the music, but record it, market it, book shows, and do their own press. Getting organized ...

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Miss SF Music Tech? Session Recordings Now Available on Soundcloud

Last week's SF Music Tech Summit was crammed with expertly curated sessions, industry acclaimed panelists, and inspired attendees that cultivated contemplative conversation. If you weren't able to make the conference or were torn between two sessions occurring simultaneously, you can make up for lost time by streaming the conference sessions on the SF Music Tech Soundcloud.  ...

CAREER

How to Create a Squeeze Page to Easily Collect Fans' Email Addresses

By  Dave Kusek on Sonicbids Blog For the most part, your fans aren’t created overnight. It's usually a long process built on multiple impressions as fans climb up the ladder from interested party to paying customer. Your email list is the best tool you have to move fans up that ladder. Social media is, of course, a good starting place, ...

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How Long Do We Listen to a Song?

By Bobby Owsinski on Music 3.0 We now live in a world where it's really easy to skip a song that we're listening to if we're not satisfied. This is a revelation of sorts because it wasn't always that way on a personal level in the days of vinyl and even CDs, and of course it's still like ...

MUSIC INDUSTRY

Steve Albini on the Surprisingly Sturdy State of the Music Industry

Steve Albini, author of The Problem with Music, an essay published in 1993 challenging the efficiency and stability of the current music industry, delivered the keynote address Saturday at Melbourne's Face the Music Conference where he did an about face on several of his previous predicition. Albini applauded the internet's role in re-structuring the music industry and addressing ...


 

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