Are you an artist getting ready to release your music into the world and not sure where to start when planning your release?
In this episode, I interview Bree Noble from Female Entrepreneur Musician.
We talk about strategy and the long game of releasing an album, or series of singles.
Here’s the link to the LIVE training we’ll be doing this Wednesday, May 6 @ 6 PM Central/ 7 PM Eastern / 4 PM Pacific.
There are 8 big pieces of the puzzle or focus areas that determine whether a release will be successful or not. In this workshop, we'll go deep into each focus area. Bree will also show you how the pieces fit together within the Rock Your Next Release framework.
Join us for the workshop to learn:
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Here's the book I'm raving about :
"Do the Work"- Steven Pressfield
This episode is all about why I don’t charge by the hour. I go on a bit of a rant keeping it 100% real. I talked about:
-specific situations in the industry where hourly rates aren’t actually cheaper for the consumer
-why time spent does not always equate to the value of service provided
-when it MIGHT be acceptable to charge hourly
If you’re ready to start making money from your home studio there is no better time than now. Right now we’re in the middle of a global pandemic. People are losing their jobs left and right, including the gigging musicians and my heart aches for them.
But you know who’s still surviving? Studio musicians that can engineer themselves.
If you can record yourself, you can make a living. If I can do it, you can do it!
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Wondering how to take your songwriting or production to a 'competitive' level? How much are you listening to modern music and using reference tracks?
Grab your FREE copy of the Producer's Toolbelt here:
I’ve noticed a common misconception in the community lately among songwriters and artists who believe that co-writing a track with their producer is a tool of leverage for negotiating the price down. In this episode, we’re going to talk about why that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Whether you're looking to save money on demos, or you're an artist releasing your own music or trying to break into sync licensing world, learning how to produce or simply record yourself can benefit you TREMENDOUSLY as a songwriter!
Also....I'd love to hear from you!!
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On this podcast, I interview Mike Meiers from Songwriting For Guitar.
In order to get killer sounding guitars, you need to understand different playing styles, voicings, and much more! Not only while recording, but playing live too!
Use this link to get 15% off his course "Songwriting For Guitar":
Are you feeling a bit discouraged with your music? Feeling like maybe you’re just not getting the right opportunities?
In this episode, I talk about why YOUR MUSIC IS NOT ALWAYS YOUR RESUME and some of the tools you need to get ahead if you want to build a business as a producer, artist or songwriter!
So many people think you're either BEYONCE big or you're BROKE as an artist. Fortunately for us indies, that couldn't be further from the truth!
In this episode, I'm going to teach you how to make money from your home studio, even if you're just starting out and even if you don't have fancy gear!
Don't forget to grab your FREE copy of the PDF "5 Ways to Make Money From Your Home Studio"