Whether you’re a musical artist, a songwriter, or just someone working in the music business, chances are you’ve heard the word royalties thrown around a time or two. For those who have not been exposed to the publishing world, this may be an unfamiliar topic to talk about or understand.
Over the last decade, social media has exploded. I don’t think anyone thought it would play as large of a role as it has in the modern world as we know it today. Contrary to many individuals’ personal opinions regarding the subject, social media for musicians is one of the most valuable assets for marketing.
Songwriting is something that takes time. Rarely can someone just jump right in and write a catchy tune in the beginning, though it does happen from time to time. For the rest of us who enjoy writing our original music, it’s easy to come across writer’s block, especially when we partake in writing day after day. Enter songwriting tools.
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Making the Music He Wants to Make Popular trends tell us that the key to success in today’s music industry is social media engagement. Marketing