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5 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Got Signed

Signing a record deal with a label of any size is an exciting prospect, but there are some important things to consider before putting ink to paper.

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Wednesday Video Diversion: August 21, 2019

Happy Wednesday once again! We’re back delivering the finest in TuneCore Artist music videos for your viewing pleasure. And you might not know it, but August 21st is a pretty significant date for musical births: Count Basie, Kenny Rogers, and Joe Strummer (The Clash) ALL share this one! Talk about three legends in their own […]

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Producing Tracks For Licensing – How To Raise Your Odds For Success [Part 2]

In the second installment of another two-part series, home recording extraordinaire Gary Gray breaks down some tips for production with licensing in mind!

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Improve Your Live Shows By Watching Others

Just because you booked the gig doesn’t mean everyone’s going to remember your set. Never be afraid to learn from your peers – whether local or superstars.

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Why Songwriters Should Be Embracing Authenticity – Not Trends

Patrick McGuire offers songwriters some advice for creating meaningful music and why authenticity matters.

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Radio Promotion Part 1 – Matt Reilly (KUTX) & Howard Petruziello (Red Light) on the #MusicMadeMe Podcast

Amy Lombardi sits down with KTUX Program Director Matt Riley and Red Light Management’s Howard Petruziello to talk about the ins & outs of radio promotion.

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Producing Tracks For Licensing – How To Raise Your Odds For Success [Part 1]

In the first installment of another two-part series, home recording extraordinaire Gary Gray breaks down some tips for production with licensing in mind!

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6 Times You Should Name-Drop In Your Bio & Press Materials

Like so many things when it comes to pitching your music, there’s a time and a place to “name-drop”. Hugh McIntyre breaks down the best opportunities.

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