- September 12, 2017 at 2:59 pm #28197
great post Beatslinger. thank you for sharing your positive experience.
btw what was the theme of the album of 15 songs?September 12, 2017 at 3:24 pm #28198
Hello there DannyC. There are actually several “CD’s” that I have put together. I go for “Themes” that either create a lane, or put a unique spin on a specific genre of music. I have noticed that certain styles of music are not being represented in popular music form. I simply put a new spin on it while keeping the original essence.
Let your mind wander freely, and remember this.. “Once You know music, and how it works; your ideas are LIMITLESS. What ever your mind can dream up YOU can achieve with a little ingenuity; and a DYNAMITE MIX!!”October 30, 2018 at 3:09 pm #31144
thanks for the great insights! It seems to me that just like in the “regular” music business, the necessity to adapt and foresee market developments is what makes a successful music industry professional. Or like Bruce Lee would say: Be Like Water!
I’m very new to this business, but I recently exclusively signed 21 of my first 80 tracks to 3 libraries where I had developed a personal relationship. I also had to turn down 1 track offer by a non-ex because I don’t agree with their wording of a non-ex deal/retitling that still claims some sort of exclusivity to my album artist track, especially if audio content recognition will advance at some point like it can be expected to.