Karmyn Tyler: A Computer Catalyst for a Song


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With a 3-month writer's strike came a lot of free time for Karmyn Tyler. An actress and singer, Karmyn utilized that time and took her computer with garage band, added her home studio and wrote, arranged, and produced Luv Me So. Podcasters immediately started playing it and it debuted the first week on the PMN (podsafe music network) Top 10 at number 7, The next week it went to number 1. The next week, Karmyn composed “Forbidden Love," a song with a “James Bond" flavor and it was played as a bonus track on the PMN Top 10. The next week it debuted at number 2. A writers strike gave Karmyn the free time and her creativity and computer is the rest of the story. Visit her website to hear these amazing songs. You may also listen to the songs at PodShowMusicNetwork.com.

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