Whether you are in the heat of the music industry or an avid fan, you are using at least one of the many streaming services offered today. In the virtual world, many platforms have developed different ways to provide music entertainment to their listeners.
Getting into the music industry can be as easy as 1, 2, 3. As technology continues to evolve, the barrier to entry has only gotten smaller and smaller. When most people think of the industry, they automatically assume that the industry is comprised of artists.
Are you an artist in the market for a home studio? Many artists in this day and age are beginning to move towards home set-ups for a variety of reasons. For many, it's simple dollars and cents. The average cost of recording a song in the studio is around $50-$100 per hour of studio time!
Many of your favorite artists likely were working day jobs for a while, even while you were listening to their early works. Now, despite all of this, it still helps to understand the many different ways for how to make money as an artist.
We are bringing back a fan favorite, the Republik Roundup! Not sure what that is? Well our Republik Roundup takes the top news stories about the music industry for the month and puts them in one place. February was a huge month for the industry so let's get into it!
Planning a release is no easy job. It might take the same amount of time as it took making the song to get your plan ready for execution. Today I will be walking you through my personal process for planning an artist's release.
This week's Music Industry Monday is going to give you a little bit more insight on a very important topic in music business and that is the difference between labels and distributors.