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Making Music Industry Contacts on LinkedIn: Being a Professional Musician

Written by John Beckett on January 13, 2018

Musicians are always looking for ways to make contacts in the music industry. You may not think this, but LinkedIn is a surprisingly useful tool for reaching out to music industry contacts. It’s not just for white collar employees as musicians can benefit from it.

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The Best Music Maker Online for your YouTube Videos & Music Projects

Written by John Beckett on December 28, 2017

Having a great soundtrack to accompany your YouTube videos can really make it more engaging for your audience, and help you avoid copyright problems with existing music. The music maker tools in this article will help you whip up some great beats and spice up your videos.

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The Training and Marketing You Need to Become a Famous Singer

Written by John Beckett on August 22, 2017

If you want to become a famous singer, and you don’t want to rely on a reality show to hand it to, you’re going to need some real marketing and training. This article is going to look at the training your voice should undertake, as well as the basic marketing you’ll need at the beginning […]

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Where to Find Non-Copyrighted Music for Your YouTube Videos

Written by John Beckett on August 15, 2017

Finding non-copyrighted music for use in your YouTube videos is essential. The YouTube Content ID system can automatically detect the use of copyrighted music. This can result in your videos being taken down or blocked.

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How to Get Signed to a Record Label: Using Social and SoundCloud

Written by John Beckett on June 28, 2017

Social media is a great tool for aspiring musicians to take their music to their fans. But what about the next step where you actually land that record deal? As it turns out, it is also serves that purpose well. Read on to learn how to get signed to a record label using social media.

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