The first season of my podcast Success Beyond The Score had an amazing reception on the first two platforms I chose for it: SoundCloud and iTunes. That is what encouraged me to search for more podcast plaforms, where I could reach people who could potentially benefit from the info and themes discussed in SBTS. Help me choose some!
Are you new here and just found out about my podcast Success Beyond The Score? Or maybe you listened to the first episodes and lost track of it afterwards. Even if you are a regular listener (thank you for your support!) this recap will be useful to easily find the themes that you want to review and save them for later.
This episode brings the opportunity to check our options and draw a map together so each one of you can choose the most promising path to a stable income from the internet.
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.
This marks 20 episodes of Success Beyond The Score! What started as a friendly little effort to help the musicians I know find their way in the professional music world has turn into a major resource with five starts in iTunes, and I could not be happier.
A press kit might sound as a very grandiose thing, something that only famous people with managers and exclusive labels have. However, you’ll be surprised of how soon in your career someone will ask for yours! Press kits make life easier for promoters and event organizers, and they also help you maintain a solid, stylish and reliable image as a professional artiste.
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.
Recently, I noticed that, while the podcast was completely available on SoundCloud, there was an issue with episode 6 of Success Beyond the Score on iTunes. I have fixed that now, so you can have an uninterrupted listening experience!
After looking at how to do song share splits right in episode 10, Millicent takes episode 11 further in the realm of copyright. What is the law backing copyright up in the UK? How does it work in a basic level? And most importantly, why is it important for solo musicians and bands alike?