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Musician Tips:
Dear Musicians: You’re Not Entitled To Succeed – READ THIS
I moved to LA a year ago to pursue...
75 Tips For Musicians
There’s nothing more valuable than career advice from those...
Russell Simmons talks Evolution Of The Music Industry & Royalties
“Being a music star is a lot more than...
How To Be A Professional In 6 Easy Steps
Being a professional doesn’t always mean that playing music...
Understanding 4 Distinct Revenue Streams for Songwriters
The Business of Music: Understanding 4 Distinct Revenue Streams...
Recording Studio Internships: How NOT to Get One – And How to Get 10 Offers
For commercial recording studios operating in today’s recording industry,...
How To Mix Music – Digital Audio Mixing Made Easy
Today I’m going to share with you a simple...
Crowdfunding, Virtualization & The Backwards Economy
How the evolution of technology paved the way for...
Congress Wants To Hear Your Songs And Stories To Help Fix The Copyright Law
“If we’re going to preserve America’s ability to create...
How “NOT TO” treat your photographers……
In the beginning of April, Sydney-based photographer Rohan Anderson found himself...
6 Ways To Save Money Recording Your Album
Albums seem to be a dying breed these days....
10 Things You Should Never Say On Stage
1. We’re Having Technical Difficulties Even if your guitar...
10 Things to Do Before Sending Your Mix To A Mastering Engineer
We asked Neil Pickles, Mastering Engineer and Director of...
Who Sang That Song? Don’t you want to know?
Who Sang That Song? Discover incredible listings of thousands...
4 Tips to Break Into the Music Industry
It’s not always easy to follow your dreams, and...
Recording and Mixing Advice from Grammy-Winning Engineer Jason Goldstein
Engineer Jason Goldstein has worked with top musical talent...
Make your album release show an EVENT.
The night of your album release show should be...
Getting Started with Home Recording
Not too long ago, you had to book time...
How to Boost Your Songwriting Creativity and Inspiration
Write first, think later. For songwriting, as well as...
Stage Presence Tips
If you’ve ever been to a gig where there’s...
10 Networking Tips for Musicians and Bands
Networking. For most musicians, this is something that most...
4 Ways to hear more in Music.
You love the music you love, but you’ll love...
How to get big on Twitter
At first, The Atlantic‘s profile of the duo behind...
Which Comes First, Lyrics Or Music?
It’s the age old question of songwriting: which comes...
Tips and tricks for music and computers
So you bought an audio recording interface, followed all...
10 Music Sales Tips
Here are 10 sales tips to always keep in...
Creative Songwriting Tips
A song a day – for life? Every book...
20 Great Tips for Pro Tools
1. Create an effects template session so you can...
How to Promote Your Music or Band Online
Major label artist shares in The Musician’s Blueprint to...
How to be Succesful at Songwriting – Video Lecture from Ralph Murphy
Ralph Murphy talks to Loyola University Students about what...
5 Ways to Make Money on Youtube.
Making money from the most popular music search engine...
Music production tips from the pros.
Head out into the wild world of the internet...
10 Ideas to Fund your bands tour.
1. Work Remotely If you have a job that...

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Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015

Dear Musicians: You’re Not Entitled To Succeed – READ THIS

I moved to LA a year ago to pursue professional music opportunities as a 34 year old man after leaving my old band, God Forbid.  I gained 15 years of experience writing, recording, and releasing albums, and touring for years on end. Even though God Forbid was never the biggest band around in terms of

Wednesday, December 24th, 2014

75 Tips For Musicians

There’s nothing more valuable than career advice from those who’ve “been through it.” And Music Connection’s interviews are loaded with it. So we’ve compiled what we feel are the most helpful tips, insights and inspirations from the...

Sunday, November 30th, 2014

Russell Simmons talks Evolution Of The Music Industry & Royalties

“Being a music star is a lot more than selling records, if not at all,” Russell Simmons says in a new interview. Promoting his new venture with Steve Rifkind in partnership with Universal Music Group and Samsung,...

Monday, October 13th, 2014

How To Be A Professional In 6 Easy Steps

Being a professional doesn’t always mean that playing music is your day job. Yes, by definition being a pro is just that, but there are many ways to still be taken seriously in your music career while...

Thursday, September 4th, 2014

Understanding 4 Distinct Revenue Streams for Songwriters

The Business of Music: Understanding 4 Distinct Revenue Streams for Songwriters Your gift will make room for you. I believe this saying is true. Songwriters and producers have the gift of creating music that inspires and shapes...

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

Recording Studio Internships: How NOT to Get One – And How to Get 10 Offers

For commercial recording studios operating in today’s recording industry, the need for a strong intern and assistant team has never been higher. At Terminus Recording Studios in New York City, our interns are expected to develop not only the...

Tuesday, May 13th, 2014

How To Mix Music – Digital Audio Mixing Made Easy

Today I’m going to share with you a simple step by step audio mixing guide that you can follow when mixing your own songs. I’ll show you how to mix music in 4 simple steps that are...

Friday, May 2nd, 2014

Crowdfunding, Virtualization & The Backwards Economy

How the evolution of technology paved the way for crowdfunding Over the last ~20 years, we have seen a huge wave of innovation that has transitioned just about everything from analog to digital. Music, newspapers, furniture, pets,...

Friday, May 2nd, 2014

Congress Wants To Hear Your Songs And Stories To Help Fix The Copyright Law

“If we’re going to preserve America’s ability to create and export the world’s greatest music, we have to modernize the music licensing system in a way that allows songwriters and artists to thrive alongside the businesses that...

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014

How “NOT TO” treat your photographers……

In the beginning of April, Sydney-based photographer Rohan Anderson found himself embroiled in a nasty back-and-forth with the band Red Jumpsuit Apparatus over a photo of his they had used without credit or permission. Often, when you let someone know they’ve...

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