How to Stay Productive as a Music Composer

Music composer productivity tips As a music composer, musician, or artist today, you’re equipped with everything you need to create music: Pro Tools (or whatever DAW), tons of plug-ins, instruments, MIDI controllers… even video tutorials that show you how to use what you have. With all this high-end technology at our finger tips, how do you avoid information overload? How can you stay productive in your music career and actually get some work done? Read more.

Building A Career in Music

Build a career in musicThe first thing that musicians should do is take an honest self-assessment. There are a lot of people that run out and say, “I need a manager. I need an agent. I need…” When you’re starting from zero with one album, there’s no business; there’s nothing to manage, and no reason for a nationwide tour. There is a lot involved between making an album and establishing a real career in music. Read more.

Make the Most of a Music Internship

Music internship Most anyone can offer a music internship, or participate in one. If you are a composer, a singer-songwriter, a member of a band, etc., and have a bunch of stuff that you keep putting off: like making posters, booking a tour, or reaching out to licensing companies, you have a lot to gain from having an intern. On the flip side, no matter how old you are or what your experience level, if you’re looking to dive deeper into the music biz, you could benefit from being an intern. Read more.

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Done is better than perfect for your music career

Is there a next step that you really need to take with your music career, but you keep procrastinating and putting your dream on hold because things are not perfect yet? From one music artist to another, I totally relate to wanting your work to be perfect before you get it out there. But really, procrastination is an excuse for not taking control of your music career. Don’t let this happen to you. Read more.