I mentioned a couple weeks ago that the new radio station AffinityXtra gave a space to my podcast ‘Success Beyond The Score’. Well, the next batch of episodes airs tomorrow October 6th at 12:00! Tune in to learn everything you need to know about how to introduce yourself to potential clients and collaborators and how to get the best out of your business cards.
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!
Today celebrates 30 episodes of my podcast ‘Success Beyond The Score’ for musicians, singer-songwriters, rappers and spoken word artiste who are finding their way through the music industry. Season 2 commences in the Autumn, so I’ve set some homework for followers to do to continue progressing their music while waiting for Episode 31.
Here is an extract from my keynote speech last Friday. The full version of my future proofing your music speech should be going up on the Sound Connections site in the next couple of weeks. In the meantime here’s an extract
The manufacturers of Webcams promote noise cancellation as a benefit of their product, but I’ve found this to be a hinderance to my online teaching and live streaming. I’d like you to take a listen to episode 28 of my Podcast ‘Success Beyond The Score’ on iTunes or SoundCloud to learn why I arrived at this conclusion and see what you think.
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.
Livestreaming is one of those technological advancements that definitely changed the game for artists. We do not have to wait for our five minutes of fame in a TV channel to get on people’s screens anymore (although being a guest in a Late Night Show is still the dream!). But just as it is exciting, it can be intimidating to put on a livestream through YouTube, Facebook, Instagram or whichever platform you prefer.
Life happens, and what happens is not the end of the world or your career. Listen to Millicent’s take, that comes from her own experience, on how to deal with the anxiety that appears when things don’t go according to plan.