• The Social Network for Musicians

    Hello Everyone, How's your day? Hope and wish the best for everyone . Today I was talking about a website called "Drooble". Yes, it is the social network for musicians .For Musicians, there are many opportunities for the music carrier. I make a list of Drooble can help. Here it is, Electronic Press Kit Featured Tune YouTube Promotion Featured Video Spotify Promotion Radio Network Broadcasting Album Cover Art Featured Artist Guaranteed Radio…

  • we don't need to leave

    https://www.facebook.com/longyiman/videos/2385744224852765/ Well Yes this is the video about different between minimum salary of Myanmar and American . It's really and different is really huge but we can change it and we didn't need to go anywhere . But it will start from self-change and We just need the hands that paid more than that take with kindness, love and Humanity . And We Really need to stop fighting with useless status while some of our people are work 8 hours for 3$ and We keep figh…

  • 100 Blogs To Submit Your Music To

    100 Blogs To Submit Your Music To As a musician, being heard at all is one of the greatest challenges you'll face, regardless of actual skill. Getting music bloggers to give you the time of day, much less cover your music is usually an arduous and time-consuming process. Here we look at how to make the process a little more painless. Guest post by Ryan Harrell of MidiaNation When you’re starting out, one of your biggest challenges as a musician is getting heard. It doesn’t even matter how good…

  • Recording Contracts 101: How to Sign the Right Record Deal

    0 Music’s leap to digital distribution has impacted all corners of the music business… Like how recording contracts and record deals work for musicians. Signing a record contract can be scary, confusing, exciting and joyful all at the same time. But no matter what, there’s some key info you need to know before you sign the dotted line… There’s some key info you need to know before you sign the dotted line… Music attorney Mark Quail took some time to answer the most important questions about reco…

  • How to Get That Support Slot

    Building relationships within the artist community is key—and it’ll work in your favor over and over. It’s tough to get people to listen to your demo. Establishing your band, finding your footing, and attracting your early audience can be challenging, and a large portion of that hinges on your early gigs. But if you have no show history, how can you get anyone to notice you, and even if you have tons of gigs under your belt, how can you get the right people to notice you? Make yourself part of t…