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By Neil Walsh, Daba Designs
Daba Designs updates both main and mobile sites. Changes make the site easier to navigate by increasing page width for wide screen monitors, designing the site so all information fits on a single page without scrolling, and changing color scheme.
By Neil Walsh
Daba Designs eBlast Email Campaigns from start to finish, including list rental if needed.
By Clarklw Pci
Independent Artist Trackbuzzer Music Business is a revolutionary digital marketing and promotions company.
By Farrahlm Vio
My-space has become a dirty word lately thanks to many investigatory reports into the dark underbelly of the popular site.
By David Arp
There is quite a fascination with eavesdropping. Most people get a little thrill off of hearing what others are talking about.
By Jacquesl Loiy
Music business is a funny thing. Not really Twilight Zone weird-funny, but somewhere in the middle.
By Jerry Reyes
Music Business - While the future holds the promise of total convergence of media and delivery systems, most adult webmasters are still playing catch up with industry leaders like Vivid...
By Gladys Bose
Music Business - If you have been a regular reader of this column, then you know we have covered a lot of territory together.
By Angel Allfzr
It is all coming together now. You have a demo, you are working around town and getting some service music interest from professional management...
By Hubert Alcaraz
Widespread success; virtually everyone craves it to get exposure some extent. When someone or something becomes a huge sensation there are many imitators.
By Walkenes Calera
Now that you have had a general introduction to recording, specifically for tracking a live show, this Independent Artist Website will give you an overview of studio recording...
By Gayla Barker
Most independent artists and music enthusiast wants to get exposure a head start of what the music world is all about.
By Bo Lorrie
Summer is prime time for large musical festivals. Every genre and crowd has their own music business in all major festivals. Between musicians, fans, and press the event can be a practical who is who of any given scene.
By Noemi Goebel
It is going to take a lot longer in the real world to get your PMCD (Pre-Mastered CD) done to Redbook audio specs (44.1 kHz, 16-bit) than it took to read about it in this series of articles.
By Ashly Guercio
Music promotion is guerilla warfare; launching unorthodox attacks upon an unsuspecting listening audience. Doing whatever is necessary to get noticed.
By Wendy Brooks
To the music industry and the RIAA, Digital Rights Management, or DRM, is essential; the software protects artists and their copyrights from piracy.
By Sandra Fuller
Music lovers, music enthusiasts and music players have one common thing that makes them different from other artists—their interest in music.
By Karen Venters
I was going to liken the struggle of making it in the music business to a game of musical chairs, until it occurred to me that there had be too much sitting down and you had never get anywhere.
By Jay Unos
The music business is a highly competitive (okay, cutthroat) industry comprising a lot of demanding professions besides performer -- meaning singer, songwriter, musician, producer, or whatever combination of those you are.
By Tammy Rose
Independent artists and other players in the music industry must have somewhere to go to, not just to gain information about the world that they belong but also to be heard.
By Greg Joes
It begins as a dream, a dream that usually starts during childhood where the craving for expression never ceases.
By Jerrold Lee
Booking shows is tough. Even tougher is being sure to get all the details at a venue before you song play.
By Joe Gottii
The world in the music business has a lot of issues and events that trigger critiques to give their opinions and views regarding a certain subject. These views are either constructive or destructive to the enthusiasts in the music world.
By Joe Gottii
Independent Artist - Everyone wants something for nothing even if they don’t really want nor need it. If the free item is garbage then no worries about throwing it away, it was free, no sweat off your back.
By Jay Uno
Technology has really skewed the perspective of musicians. Almost everyone today has the ability to record, mix and master their own record as well as distributing the final product on CDs.
By Jay Unos
To start a music business is not an easy task. It needs hard work, determination, long hours and significant amount of capital to invest. It however, consists of some exciting challenges as well.
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