Artists need a team to help them reach success. You can get that help from buying a guide that has done all the leg work for you. If you want to know where to send your music to get it reviewed or to get it played then this will help you. If you want to have a complete listing of 32,000 venues across the USA, then you need to get this ebook. If you want to send your music to labels who will actually listen to it and not just throw it in the garbage, then you need to get this. Distribution of your music digitally and CD distribution is easy these days if you have the right information. Get the best ebook on the market for indie musicians to do it better. CLICK HERE.
Yes, you can become a successful independent artist with the right knowledge and a great team to help you. Many indie musicians are excited to embark on a career in music at this time in history because it is so easy to put out a record. Ever since the early 2000s it has been possible to record, edit and release a digital recording for zero to about $50 if you own a computer. iTunes allows anyone to release their music for free if they own an Apple computer and have a registered account number. Bandcamp.com allows you to just sign-up and then simply upload your digital file.
If you are looking for the widest distribution, then you can surrender a small fee to one of the many digital music distributors doing business since about 2005. They can send your music to national and international music sellers and streaming music services such as Spotify, Beats Music, Rdio and many more. I'll be telling you more about this in future posts.
Indie artists can do very well without a record label, but they have got to realize one important thing. A record company has a team of people helping to promote your music to radio, getting it into stores, getting music reviewers to review it, promoting your videos and getting fans to buy copies. You can be successful, but only if you can do all the things that artists who are signed are doing. You need a team to help you, because your main job needs to be making great music and doing great performances.
So hang in there and keep believing in yourself. I'll be here to guide you along. Keep reading this blog.
- Lucas Meyers -