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    How to Become a Music Promoter

    Ever thought about being a music promoter but not exactly sure what it involves? To put it shortly a promoter is someone who will promote and publicize events. They also organize gigs and book bands and musicians. A promoter will work closely with the band manager to plan dates, time and locations for shows. Their main role is to promote events through radio, TV, online and print media whilst making sure everything runs smoothly for the band or musician which includes booking hotel rooms and special requests.

    If you’re wondering what the pay is like for a promoter it’s very much like the role roles within the industry, unpredictable. The pay varies and depends on deals made and how popular the artist is that you’re promoting. Your best bet is to start promoting as a side project at least in the beginning; you won’t be making much, your money will essentially come from the proceeds from the show and if that’s a new band you will probably end up losing money rather than making

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    A great option if you’re looking to pursue a career in music is to be designer, more specifically designing artwork for music. It’s probably a lesser known path however a great one nonetheless, art is a huge part of music whether it’s for an album cover, shirts, posters or other merchandise.  Unfortunately many of the artists who create these products are not give credit or enough exposure which is a huge disadvantage of the role along with copyright. To learn more about being a designer within the music industry and what it entails keep reading.

    Although we are now in a digital age of music and everything is being released online the great thing about graphic designers is that they are always needed, whether for a physical copy or a digital on artwork will never stop being a vital part of music. It not only represents the music but also the generation in which it was made. And with vinyl coming back around we are sure to see some incredible artwork.

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    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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    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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