Category Archives: music business

Playing for Free/Playing for “The Door”

There’s an old saying “You teach people how to treat you.” If you don’t even value yourself why the hell would they value you? Continue reading

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Musicians Alliance Meeting Feb 13th, 2011

I attended the musician’s alliance meeting yesterday at Salt Lake Coffee Break. I’m sure that’s not the official name, but there are several different people and groups that have been involved in planning and organizing this, not sure what to … Continue reading

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What’s The Going Rate for Bands?

I did an informal survey on Craigslist in Boise, Denver and Phoenix asking musicians to respond with information on what the local clubs are paying. Continue reading

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So You Want to Record a CD?

Producing a CD is a complex task. Many things go into the process.  Some may occur to you right away, such as writing the songs, rehearsing them until you know them in your sleep, booking a studio, artwork, etc. There … Continue reading

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Eye Candy and Marketing Your Band

Why even have a logo or name if no one can read it? Continue reading

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Free Download of the Art & Science of Sound Recording

The link below will allow you to download one section of the DVD so choose whichever chapter sounds like it has the most to offer based on your situation. It’s definitely worth the time. Continue reading

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