I am happy to announce that the website for ‘Time For My Music’ is complete and online, meaning that you can get a membership and start learning and working in your music today!
This newly structured event that will go online to teach you how to thrive in the middle of the uncertainty of current times has officially sold all the slots available! But if you did not get to book, don’t get discouraged, Sound Connections enabled a waiting list.
You heard me list 21 ways to get an income from your online activity with music, but maybe you are still wondering if it is worth it. Well, here is the episode that will help you figure that out.
It is a reality: more and more artists are seeking their income online. Nowadays, gigs, physical albums and the likes are not the only way to earn money through music, and this opens a wide fan of possibilities… but also challenges.
Let’s wrap up the subject of the Electronic Press Kit with this episode. What else do you have to keep in mind when making it? What are the true essentials you just cannot let pass? What kind of professionals you will need to finish a perfect, pristine product that gets you contracts? Here, the answers.
How do you actually survive and find success as a solo artiste in music? Let’s start with a phrase you shall keep in mind: being solo doesn’t mean working alone. But what does that actually mean? Listen the new episode of Success Beyond The Score to find out.
Different people learn differently, and as much as I trust my podcast Success Beyond The Score, I know that, for some, reading is the best way to grasp new concepts. For that reason, among others, I wrote Revealed: 25 Secrets Of The Successful Gigging Musician, Singer, Rapper & Spoken Word Artiste, a booklet that condenses a lot of what I have learned in my extense career as a professional musician.
Revealed: 25 Secrets Of The Successful Gigging Musician, Singer, Rapper & Spoken Word Artiste is the best of the best in terms of advice to help you find your path in music, a refined and practical guide that comes from my experience as a multi-award saxophonist.