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The Cheapest Way To Distribute Your Music On iTunes

Being musician for many years, I have tried many music services for independent distribution into iTunes. While CDBaby and Tunecore are probably the most widely used out there, I am … Continue Reading →


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Pandora At The Forefront Of Greed In The Music Industry

Yesterday I came across an article from  the Triricordist that was pretty alarming. A songwriter had been paid $16.89 for royalties on 1,159,000 plays of a song from Pandora. Really, Pandora is … Continue Reading →


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New iTunes Radio, Is It Bad For Music Artists?

Apple is so well loved by consumers that when they set a new trend, millions are sure to follow. At the keynote address today, Apple announced a new music service, … Continue Reading →


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5 Simple Music Marketing Tips For Musicians

Here’s a simple chart that is a good starting point for musicians looking to market their own music online. (Continue reading below the chart) Step 1: iTunes Your music should … Continue Reading →


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Mixing Tips For Newbie Mixers And Producers, Part 1

So you want to produce and makes your own music. Well I have to tell you, mixing a song properly is an art form in itself. You can spend years … Continue Reading →


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Setting Up A Quick And Easy Website Using WordPress For Musicians

If you are an aspiring singer, songwriter, musician, or rapper, you really need to have your own website. Having a Facebook page is great, but you really should get your … Continue Reading →


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5 Tips For Singing Cover Songs On Youtube To Get Famous

You may have noticed that most of the most famous singers and musicians on Youtube tend to record cover versions of songs quite often. That is not by mistake.  The … Continue Reading →