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Video: What Does The Future Hold For Independent Music Artists?

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In today’s era of ever-changing, ever-growing technology, it is absolutely crucial that you, as an artist and musician, do everything you can to foresee the future of the independent music industry.

Will there be new and more effective means of distributing your music? Are the rules and methods of publishing going to change?

Will the idea of selling your CD album in a store make a comeback? Or will the trend of electronic sales continue to grow until physical sales are all but a memory?

Arm yourself with priceless knowledge and check out this new video from Berklee College of Music. The video is from their awesome “Resources For Independent Musicians” series, and I highly suggest that you check out the rest of the videos as well.

In the video, Berklee instructor Mike King talks with Tony van Veen, CEO and president of AVL Digital Group, which is the parent company of CDBaby.

Without further ado, check out the video here.


Why You Should Record In A Professional or Home Studio

Do you take your music career seriously?

Be honest as you ask yourself this question.

If you just record songs over beats for fun or for practice, and are sure that a career as a music artist is not something that you would like to pursue, then you can disregard this article.

There is absolutely nothing wrong with recording songs for fun, and if that is what you do, then I am certainly not here to tell you what to do….keep having fun doing what you love!

On the other hand, if you’ve gotten to that point where you’ve decided that this music thing is the path that you have chosen, then please…hear me out.

Of everything that bugs me, there is one thing that has always caused me to step back and ask myself, “Why?” … Read More »

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