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Post by xtratorque »

Hi everyone, a couple of weeks ago I released the first EP of my music project House of All Seasons called Opening Scenes. It's a sort of appetizer for the full length album that will be out in a year or two. I'm going for an eclectic singer-songwriter, blues rock, soundscapes kind of approach, like Abbey Road, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road or Exile on Main Street. Anyway the website is www.houseofallseasons.com. The full EP is on www.soundcloud.com/houseofallseasons. And if you like it you can buy it on cdbaby and itunes. Thanks! Constructive criticism is always welcome! -Eric
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AJ Sound Production

Wordpress with a few basic plug-ins. I want to get away from the blog style and be more like an online showpiece but not sure how to do it...
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Post by lukeandrewhill »

So, site for my band, Helices our first EP is out now - click the links to listen on Spotify, Soundcloud, Bandcamp etc.. Its free at the moment on Bandcamp if you feel you have to have it!

www.helicesmusic.com

Any feedback would be really welcomed if you have a sec...

Thanks

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Post by Maximilian »

Welcome to my World
http://www.maximilianmusic.com
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Post by bacabros »

For an analysis of the live music and touring business
http://www.tourjive.com

The first post covers the current state of the live music industry and gives tips for routing and booking tours DIY style.

The second post is a musicians guide for establishing their team and discusses which key members musicians should target to help grow their touring profiles.

The next post will be a Coachella special report; breaking down the 2014 line-up, most prominent genres, band touring stats, agency rankings and much more!
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Post by The Music Industry Self Help Guide »

Hello everyone, I'm Mike and I have just launched a website for my recently published book; the Music Industry Self Help Guide, which is an artist development and music industry educational tool for working musicians.

Feel free to let me know what you think.

Thanks.

http://themusicindustryselfhelpguide.comThe Music Industry Self Help Guide
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Post by Guest »

The Music Industry Self Help Guide wrote:Hello everyone, I'm Mike and I have just launched a website for my recently published book; the Music Industry Self Help Guide, which is an artist development and music industry educational tool for working musicians.

Feel free to let me know what you think.

Thanks.

http://themusicindustryselfhelpguide.comThe Music Industry Self Help Guide


Awesome! But you are lacking a key ingredient IMO. You need some testimonials on there I reckon.

Like: "Before I read this book I was quite spotty, had no friends and was making 7 bucks an hour in McDonalds. Then I read it and now make 4 mill a year, have great skin, drive a Ferrari and am dating a well-known Hollywood actress. Not to mention my charity work."

A good testimonial can show how your book has really helped change lives.
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Post by ary »

Right now I listen to frank edwards http://music.naij.com/artist-576-frank-edwards and looking for some of his new/ old songs. One of my favorite is this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tC31hqiPIA. Amazing the guy is playing on the piano and singing. By the way guys if you would be interested to discuss other similar artists please write me the answer. I am also looking for any kind of related old songs or any music of this type, please let me know if you have any information and thanks in advance for your infos.! ht now I listen to frank edwards http://music.naij.com/artist-576-frank-edwards and looking for some of his new/ old songs. One of my favorite is this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tC31hqiPIA. Amazing the guy is playing on the piano and singing. By the way guys if you would be interested to discuss other similar artists please write me the answer. I am also looking for any kind of related old songs or any music of this type, please let me know if you have any information and thanks in advance for your infos.!
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Post by Martin Rawlins »

Hi Mike, I'm sure the book is great but the writing on the website urgently needs proofing and editing! That definitely puts me off buying the book.

The Music Industry Self Help Guide wrote:Hello everyone, I'm Mike and I have just launched a website for my recently published book; the Music Industry Self Help Guide, which is an artist development and music industry educational tool for working musicians.

Feel free to let me know what you think.

Thanks.

http://themusicindustryselfhelpguide.comThe Music Industry Self Help Guide

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Post by The Music Industry Self Help Guide »

Ill get on that. This workload never seems to end. In the meantime, and if you are interested, I will be engaging in a radio interview about the Guide this Thursday April 24th 2014 @ 11:30 AM Manchester University 89.5 FM WBKE with Michael Paytner in North Manchester Indiana. You can stream the interview at http://wbke.manchester.edu/

Thanks for the feedback
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Post by stewartjames008 »

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Post by JamGoodPro »

I just joined and I am looking for some feedback. I am out here on my own for now so anything you can contribute would be great. My music business is JamGood Productions and I create just about all genres. The site is jamgoodpro.com
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Post by djrespect »

I don't have my own webpage but here are my facebook and soundcloud links:

Andow on Facebook

Andow on Soundcloud
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