With over 175 million monthly listeners, SoundCloud is one of the most important sites that you can use to attract new fans to your music project. But how do you locate the ears of listeners and convince them to follow you? In this post, Prescription PR provides a few tips. More
What is music publishing administration, and why do I need it?
[This article published on the DIY Musician Blog is the first in a series by Rob Filomena, CD Baby's Director of Music Publishing.] It's probably best to start with the most frequently asked questions, some of which were the most basic imaginable. For all of our marketing of the service and internal training, there still remains an undeniable vagueness to what the product is and what it does. More
How to keep perspective during a mixing session
Dan Gluszak writes on SonicScoop: We mixers know all too well that mixes can be like black holes. If you keep a safe distance, you can generally preserve a healthy perspective and escape unscathed. But many of us allow ourselves to get sucked way in without even realizing it's happening. More
Songwriting: Where's the Chorus?
Harriet Schock writes on the USA Songwriting Competition Blog: As a panelist at a songwriting conference recently, I wandered into a nearby panel after mine was over. I heard an absolutely gorgeous song with the hook at the end of each verse. The panelist interrogated the writer harshly, "Where's the chorus?!" More
Public Radio launches VuHaus
Fans of public radio know it's a fabulous resource for discovering new music, with many shows featuring artist interviews and live performances. Many stations also make efforts to discover and promote new local artists. What you might not know is that many of those performances are not only recorded live but also captured on video. More
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