Crowdsourcing and crowdfunding can be a huge part of a rising musician’s business model. Whether you’re trying to raise money for a single, an album, or literally anything else, crowdfunding can make that happen if you do it right.
On Monday, June 7th MicControl.com began a week-long interview series entitled ‘The Blogging Side Of Music’. This 5-part series explores the dos and don’ts, the styles and techniques, and ultimately the tips and strategies of a successful music blogger.
While the need to record in a professional studio used to be the standard, the same quality of recordings can now be achieved from the comfort of your own home – you just need to know what you are doing. On Monday, April 19th MicControl.com will begin a week-long interview series entitled ‘Recording In The Home’.
Recently, Metal Blade Records announced a website dedicated solely to spreading the word of Heavy Metal to the masses, which they called Metal Blade TV. It is a place for metalheads to go and see video interviews and segments from some of their favorite Metal Blade artists in addition to other notable metal musicians and bands.
Founders of Tunited, a new music community website set to “revolutionise the music industry”, just launched a blog to beguile the time before a full roll-out of the project in April 2010.
The live music business is an avenue artists still depend on to make a living and build a fan base. TourSavant.com introduces the “Virtual Road Manager” for independent bands, but is it that good?