Another month has come to a close, and believe it or not, one-quarter of the year has passed. This weekend would be the ideal time for you to conduct a quarterly review to determine whether or not you’re on-track with your music career goals.
A week is too short, and a year is too long a time to measure your goals by. 90 days, on the other hand, is just right. I would encourage you to create an appointment with yourself to review your progress.
In any case, let’s get into this week’s highlights.
Recording An Album, Part 4: Hitting the Studio
Dr. Goemon5 is back with part four in his series on recording an album. This time, he takes a look at how to prepare for recording in the studio.
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SoundCloud Announces New Subscription Service
SoundCloud isn’t exactly in the best position financially, but they are making steps towards recovery. Their new streaming service sounds promising enough, though not a whole lot different than what’s already out there. Get the full scoop.
My Top 10 Tips for Creatives
I had the opportunity to share at Creative Conversations – From Idea to Impact last month (I’m back again this month), and my presentation was based around My Top 10 Tips for Creatives. In preparation, I turned the entire workshop into a eBook and accompanying audio. Learn more.
Music Industry How To
In case you didn’t know, I contribute new content to Music Industry How To on a weekly basis as a staff writer. If you’d like to learn about becoming a member to gain access to all of the content, click here.
Here’s what’s new this week.
Where To Find Financial Support And Help For Musicians
Musicians need money to make their careers work, but it’s hard to know where to look for financial support. You will find several valuable tips in this guide.
5 Lead Guitar Essentials You Need To Master
In this guide, I discuss the five essential techniques every lead guitarist should master. Read more.
Thanks for Reading!
There will be more to come next week. In the mean time, you’re more than welcome to browse the archives.
Author: David Andrew Wiebe
David Andrew Wiebe has built an extensive career in songwriting, live performance, recording, session playing, production work, investing, and music instruction. In addition to helping musicians unlock their full potential, he also continues to maintain a touring schedule with multiple bands.