How does music discovery work on digital platforms? Who are people listening to and where? How much music is released everyday and some hope about the music industry.
Who owns the music? Most Greeks say they “invented everything”. Well, it appears, Greeks were also behind the first attempts to police the music industry.
For you #animation artists who asked about how to do the visual effects in the “Red Lion” video.
52 of the best music industry and music biz podcasts online. Top shows for your inspiration and guidance in the music industry.
Round-up of May 2019 Music Industry and Music Tech News
Are you going to release an album or single in 2019? Want to make sure you did everything possible to have a successful launch?
An awesome new and growing platform for musicians called HeadBangers LifeStyle.
Hey musicians and bands! This ‘highly technical’ article was given to me by my dev and may help some of you who are interested in getting one of those cool band “Knowledge Panels” or event and album carousels in Google search.
How we made a band t-shirt for the album Metallia. Behind the scenes footage of the journey
Why It’s Hard To Discover Cool Music You’ve Never Heard Before
Bandcamp gives you control of the commercial aspect of your music business. And if you are an artist/musician, sometimes that part is the most difficult. On Bandcamp, not only can control your pricing, creatives and upload whenever you want, but most importantly, gather all your fans all in one place.
I stumbled across a very interesting video by Scott Cohen, co-founder of the Orchard
We are conditioned to expect vocals to be upfront in the mix in modern genres of music. It is an industry standard. And now listeners are conditioned to hear that way
Someone asked me recently about my process and approach to music production, mixing and mastering. I usually start with the guitar — electric guitar and just play freely — anything — just let my fingers play freely until they come to a sound that makes me stop.
Some very interesting videos about the truth of the music business, art, and why artist’s don’t make money unless they are capable of communicating the art’s value in a way that is understandable.
Thoughts on using “technically perfect” preset sounds and playing live.
(Update: Very honored that the developers of the Mettle Skybox Suite have reposted this process on their Skybox Studio blog)