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    Recording and Releasing Music: Cutting the Costs

    Before even thinking about sending off your music to a label or self releasing it you need to have it ready to go. Recording your music along with everything that come after is a costly process but just how much you will have to spend and what you will have to spend it on can be confusing. So before taking the plunge have an idea of your budget and how much you can afford, if you’re unsure whether your budget is enough here are a few tips to help you keep the costs down.

    Recording costs depends on your situation, if you’re going to self release your music then the costs for recording will be down to you. Costs of recording is down to the time spend in the studio, to keep these to a minimum make sure you are prepared and ready to go with no distractions, you need to use all the time you have towards your music. If you end up messing around in a studio for days on end the bill with go sky high. If you’re a part of a label then the cost of recording will largely fall on them or

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  • What it Takes to Become a Music Manager
    What it Takes to Become a Music Manager

    Ever wondered what to it takes to become a music manager? For our third installment in our music careers series we will be giving you a few tips to help you reach that dream career. One of the most popular positions within the industry is a music manager, someone who essentially manages a band or artist. It’s a demanding job which more often than not requires you to take on more than one role. Some managers will seek out talent if they feel like they have potential and with some help can become a great success whilst other managers are assigned a band or artist by a label; this depends on the route you’d like to take.

    As always a big part of this career path is confidence and being about to network, if you’re worried that you do not have these skills or need to work on them then head over to our how to network blog post. To become a manager especially if you’re looking for a band or artist to work with you will have to do a lot of talking and presenting your

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  • How to Network at a Music Event
    How to Network at a Music Event

    In almost every post we’ve mentioned networking and why it’s so important when pursing any kind of career within the music industry, some may say it’s the most important part of becoming a success. Whether you love of hate networking it has to be done, yes it can be difficult and awkward and you will meet some people who you don’t necessarily get along with but hopefully these tips will help make the process much more enjoyable.

    Start off small, if this is all new to you the last thing you want is to put yourself into a situation that is way out of your depth. Go to some of your local clubs or bars where you know performances are taking place.  Try not to look at it like networking at least in the beginning, go in with the mindset that you are just looking to meet new people who enjoy music as much as you do. Get to know their resident dj’s or musicians and slowly start building a relationship with them. Once you get used to talking to strangers and meeting

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  • How to Become a Music Journalist
    How to Become a Music Journalist

    For today we are bringing you another installment in our music careers series, Music Journalism may be one of the lesser thought about paths to take within the industry but it’s a very exciting one. For those who have a passion for music and the industry in general but do not particularly have a talent for making music then a music journalist is a great choice if you enjoy writing about music instead.

    There are a few different types of music journalists depending on what sort of thing you like to write about. Some primarily review music and performances on blogs or magazines, some stick to the business side of the industry and others work closely with musicians to write articles about the artists, of course you can do one or a mixture of all of these but it’s important to establish the kind of music journalist you are or want to be.

    Now if you want to become a journalist it’s good to have the skills to be able to work will all types of mediums, but you can always loo

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