I’m rarely impressed by a new service for musicians, but there are exceptions. Audiam looked like it was off to a great start initially in 2013 and appeared to be most of what the makers touted it to be. Time will tell if they can deliver on the initial promise of this service.
Some time ago, when I was looking for a way to share and sell my recorded songs, I did a brief review of ReverbNation for song sales. They did not then and as you’ll see, still don’t get high marks with me.
ReverbNation looks like it could be a [...]
With the death of VibeDeck, I really think BandCamp is one of the best things around for indie musicians just getting started or for more established bands/musicians, but with small budgets. Even if you have money to spend, BC is a great service and and great deal [...]
“Content curation” is all the rage. The currently popular practice of link aggregation, if we go strictly by definition, some will argue that it’s not curation. Traditional curators have some archival or preservative character to their work, while
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I know that it looks like my blog has gone idle. And it’s true. But that doesn’t mean that I haven’t been creating posts. There are several guest posts still to come and I’ll keep you up to date on those. I’m really appreciating the connections I [...]
I’m glad to have Tracy “Trace” Ready providing a guest post on muz4now™. Trace and I have been supporting each other as freelancers in the social media world for some time and finally got around to extending our connection (beyond occasional comments) to the blogosphere. I’m proud and honored to share Trace’s post on Jango. [...]
On March 18, 2012, I posted this glowing review of VibeDeck. As you’ll see if you try to click on some of the links in the original post (below), I am no longer on VibeDeck. In spite of raising millions of dollars to “keep a free platform” for indie musicians, they have gone to an [...]
OK: you got some local gigs and you are really loving playing out. Now what? Time to rest and enjoy the moments of success? Um, no.
Once you have a local gig or two, it’s time to decide where you’re headed next. Do you want to get more local gigs? Do you want to tour? [...]
I really don’t need to add to the fray regarding the possible demise of musicians making money by making their music. It’s been covered in so many ways: