Tips For Touring in the Winter (Hint: Don’t)

Check out this piece on how you should prepare for a winter tour here to make sure you’ll be all set to get out on the road and make some money this season.

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How TuneCore’s Entertainment Relations Team Physically Connects the Music Industry

[Editor’s Note: This article was written by Patrick McGuire.] For musicians and industry professionals alike, working in today’s digitally driven music climate often feels isolating, even for those hailing from famous music destinations like New York or Los Angeles. TuneCore supports artists by getting their music on the world’s most influential digital music platforms, but […]

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Marketing Your Next Music Video [Part 2]

In the second-part of this three-part series, Hugh McIntyre breaks down the initial pitching, social media and email announcement of your next music video.

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“Fundamental Frequencies”: What They Have to Do With Recording a Great Track

When choosing instruments and how you’ll play them, keep in mind
their “fundamental frequencies” — the frequencies they most often emit.
If you’ve got drums, bass, piano, and guitar, you can’t have all of
them playing in the lower register. Things will get muddy. The track
will be too bassy. You need variety in the frequencies.

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Branding & Marketing: Stephen Linn on the #MusicMadeMe Podcast

TuneCore’s Director of Entertainment Relations Amy Lombardi sits down with Stephen Linn as he drops gems on artists for improving their branding and marketing efforts, and goes through his career leading up to the launching of AmpliFLY Entertainment.

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Marketing Your Next Music Video [Part 1]

In the first of a three-part series, Hugh McIntyre breaks down the ‘premier’ element of marketing your next music video.

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5 Ways To Digitally Market Your Music Outside of Press

Today, with the proliferation of sites and the increased number of artists that are covered, it has become a lot harder to break through the clutter, even with a solid presence in the world of press. Luckily, there are several other ways for an artist to market themselves online these days that are can be just as effective when it comes to getting their music in front of potential fans.

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12 Music Industry Scams: Everything You Need to Know

Navigating a complicated, ever-changing industry such as the music business is difficult for everyone. But because a tiny percentage make it look easy, it’s no surprise others will stop at nothing to gain a competitive edge, or think shortcuts are the fastest route to fame.

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Taylor Swift and Big Machine: Contract Lessons for Independent Artists

In light of the pop star’s public contract disputes with record label Big Machine, entertainment attorney Justin Jacobson Esq. offers some contract takeaway for indie artists.

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5 Ways To Show Your Fans How Thankful You Are

The holidays are the perfect time to engage with fans and let them know how thankful you are for their support! From hand-written notes to new music, check out our tips.

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