Being a better solo acoustic musician can bring several benefits, including: developing better artistic expression and getting better performance opportunities.
For many aspiring musicians, getting signed to a record label is the ultimate dream. It symbolizes recognition, validation, and the chance to reach a wider audience. However, the music industry has undergone significant transformations in recent years, with the rise of independent artists and digital platforms. In this article, we'll explore the pros and cons of signing with a record label to help musicians make an informed decision about their career path.
IAMA winner William Ackerman has earned himself another nomination (Best New Age Album) at the upcoming 65th annual Grammy Awards for his album “Positano Songs”.
Radio is still a primary tool for breaking music (whether you are indie or established music artist) to the mainstream audience. It is less...
What home recording studio is complete without a great audio interface? It’s the link between the physical instrumental world and the digital editing world. It can help you accurately listen to your music, track instruments and vocals, and even color your sound with the right preamps. Basically, it’s the cornerstone of all at-home producing as a musician!
With the continuing fall-out from the pandemic, combined with technology that’s ever evolving, the music industry has been adapting and continues to be reshaped in ways that affect both artists and audiences.
Back in the day, it wasn’t easy for independent musicians to build a career in the music industry. The major labels had the market locked down, and the only way to break in was to beat them at their own multi-million-dollar game.