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Tuesday
Apr042017

Top Gear For Indie Artists

There are endless amounts of indie bands out there that all sound completely different because of one reason: they have a certain sound. Though all band’s sound different, they all rely on and cherish the one thing that makes them different, their gear. Gear gives bands a means of self-expression and individuality to their sound, which is what all bands strive for. Here’s the top gear for indie bands to experiment with to take their sound to nirvana.

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Monday
Apr032017

6 Ways To Make Sure You’re Leaving Nothing On The (Merch) Table

This post was written by Brian Buchanan and originally appeared on the Bandzoogle Blog.

It’s 2017! Here we all are in the future, and what do you know - the music industry hasn’t collapsed!

Sure, CDs aren’t selling the way they used to in stores. Neither is digital music, thanks to the explosion of streaming services. But those of us living the nose-to-the-grindstone, unglamorous life of the touring musician know a secret: people still buy stuff at shows.

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Saturday
Apr012017

MusicThinkTank Weekly Recap: Why You're Not Getting What You Want

Friday
Mar312017

Why You're Not Getting What You Want

Success is built on determination, hard work, and being in the right place at the right time. Many attribute the last part to luck; I attribute it to asking for what you want and being open (aka ready) to receiving it. Many musicians have mastered the determination and hard work parts, but they still haven’t built the following and/or garnered the consideration they desire from the industry.

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Thursday
Mar302017

Why Unsigned Bands Should Stop Wasting Money On Radio Pluggers

When you think about it, your music is an advertisement that you are trying to get on the radio. With this in mind, I recently explained how radio plugging worked to a planner and buyer within a big London media agency. Planners are the people who decide where advertisements are placed, and buyers secure the space. They do this for some of the world’s biggest brands. This is how I explained radio plugging.

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Wednesday
Mar292017

How To Change Bitrate On MP3 Files

Wish to change the bitrate on your MP3 files? This may be beneficial if you must reduce the size of the MP3 information, as an example. A MP3 file at 320 kbps, the very best bitrate allowed for MP3 documents, could be reduced to 192 kbps so as to considerably lessen the measurement in the MP3 file.

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Tuesday
Mar282017

5 Great, Affordable Home Recording Studios In Nashville

Planning on recording in Nashville but put off by the high cost of studio time?  Don’t overlook the area’s numerous home studios.  Here are five where you can get great results without busting your budget.

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Monday
Mar272017

Best Types Of Music For Helping You Sleep

If you regularly follow Music Think Tank, you will find many great music mixes. So how does music affect your sleep? Check out this article.

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Saturday
Mar252017

MusicThinkTank Weekly Recap: Top Gear For DJs

Thursday
Mar232017

Top Gear for DJs

Every musician has a certain style and preference, and for DJs, being different is what it’s going to take to make you stand out in the industry. One way an artist does this is by using and discovering new gear. Gear not only increases productivity but also can add new elements to your sound. Here’s some of the most innovative equipment for DJs to look out for.

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Thursday
Mar232017

Top 5 Things Record Labels Look For


So you’re a bit of a bad ass, huh? You’ve got the sound that’s waiting to be discovered and are ready for the big leagues. Just because you’ve got the sound doesn’t mean you’ve got the deal these days. Now you’re thinking to yourself, what do record labels look for when signing an artist?
Here are the top five things record labels look for in an artist before giving them a deal.

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Thursday
Mar232017

How To Keep Your Singing Voice Healthy When You’re In A Function Band

Singing several nights a week can take its toll on your voice - especially if you’re belting out rock anthems in a function band. Keeping your voice healthy requires lifestyle adjustments, great technique and proper warm-ups. But even if you’re doing everything right, illness and stress can leave your voice strained and fatigued. Here are a few tips and remedies to get your voice ready for the stage, even when you’re not feeling your best.

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Wednesday
Mar222017

Promoting Music Without Spending Much Money

Considering the popularity of the internet in the present era, the first and the most important thing that you need to do for promoting your music is create a music website. This would be your personal website showcasing your talent. Here, you can upload songs and music that you have created. However, make sure to promote this website by using different means for attracting visitors. One beneficial thing that you can do is allow the visitors to listen to a part of your music completely free of charge. This website can also be used for selling music.

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Wednesday
Mar222017

High-Integrity Strategy For Artists Who Hate Selling And Email Marketing

This article is actually a lesson from Let Fans Pay You, a course that outlines essential automated marketing strategy for artists, entertainers and their management companies. Click here to get this 5-part course delivered to you free of charge.


In this lesson of Let Fans Pay You, I’m going to explain the awkward tension every artist feels when it comes to email marketing and the strategy for alleviating that tension altogether.

That tension? Selling to your email list.

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