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Advice For Budding Bedroom Producers By Sheph

November 23, 2016  

Are you planning on becoming the next big bedroom producer, following the lead of artists such as Flume and Pretty Lights? We have found a bedroom producer who is beginning their journey to greatness. At the super young age of 14, Sheph is well beyond his years. Creating music from his home town of ...

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Shut up! Shut up! Shut up! Share Their DIY Recording Tips

November 21, 2016  

Brisbane-based thrash pop trio Shut Up! Shut Up! Shut Up! have just released their Back To The Start EP, featuring the tracks ‘The Spit’ and ‘My Friends’ which were both played on Triple J and Triple J Unearthed. To celebrate, we had a chat with the band to learn their DIY re ...

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How to Write a Song | 10 Songwriting Tips from the Pros

November 10, 2016  

It can be challenging to come up with unforgettable melodies and think of creative lyrics when writing a song. There are many different approaches to songwriting, and even the most experienced songwriters go through writer's block at some point in their career. Check out these 10 helpful songwriting ...

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What is an ISRC code?

November 9, 2016  

If you're an unsigned or independent artist currently selling your music online, then you will already be using an ISRC code, even if you didn't know you were. Unless you're already clued up on the inner workings of the music biz, you may have only just heard of ISRC codes. So lets explain a few thi ...

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Temporary Changes to Release Times this Winter

November 2, 2016  

The winter season is a popular time of year for releasing music, but temporary changes to upload deadlines and release dates can affect how long it takes for your tracks to go live during the Christmas period. From November until January, the major online stores including iTunes, Apple Music and S ...

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5 Essential Tips for Sharing & Renting Music Equipment

November 1, 2016  

Every musician has been there: You’re playing a gig mid-tour in a distant town and your amp blows a tube. Or your guitar - which you were forced to check on an airplane against your will - ends up in Kansas City, while you’re in Minneapolis. You need a last minute replacement, so you sta ...

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The Best Free VST Plugins for Music Production

October 31, 2016  

There’s never been a better time for independent DIY musicians to mix, master and produce their own tracks, to avoid expensive studio fees. You can download a seemingly endless supply of free VST plugins for music production to add to your digital audio workstation, whether that’s Logic ...

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Music Blogs That Want YOUR Music!

October 28, 2016  

Getting your music heard is hard. Getting your music heard by the right people is even harder. You hear so many blogs, journalists and other industry big names complaining about unsolicited PR emails from bands, so it’s difficult to know where to tread. This is why we have set up this blog pos ...

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How to View Your Spotify Analytics with Spotify For Artists

October 14, 2016  

With more than 100 million users and over one billion hours of monthly listening, Spotify helps artists reach legions of music fans all over the world. You can now view and track your Spotify analytics using Spotify for Artists, a service which offers bands and musicians the chance to get know thei ...

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How to get verified on Twitter as a musician

October 6, 2016  

Do you want to get a blue tick on your Twitter account? Twitter verification for musicians is now easier than ever, offering a great way to give your social media presence the professional look that’s sure to draw more attention to your posts. Anyone can now apply for a blue tick. Just follow ...

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