Every musician would like their music to be heard. Better yet, they would like their music to be part of a TV segment, Commercials, films or even in the gaming industry. What does it take to bring your music out there?
We have asked several artists, music directors, music producers, and music supervisors. The results are just amazing. We have compiled what we found out in this single blog.
Many of our top artists have shared their ideas and here are a few tips you could use to begin with.
Use a good idea and create a good music
You must have an idea. Any project starts with a good idea. Grab the opportunity when a good idea comes into mind. Get a pen and start jotting it down. Be inspired and create a good music from a good idea.
Create your music. Start with a tune, bring in the lyrics and start the beat. To come up with professional sounding music, use the best headphones for mixing music.
Get your music out, let it be heard!
- Take advantage of social media. Your friends and relatives will be your number one fan and they are all part of social media.
So take your music to social media. You will be surprised at the support your family and friends are willing to give.
- Do a research. Find out which shows, commercials, or films that are presently looking for a good music to use. Find out who the music supervisor is and get in touch with them. Submit your music to as many auditions as you can.
- Match your music to a theme. When a commercial is casting for music, find out what the theme is and match it to your music. You can always get ideas from the themes the projects is working on and create a brand new music from it.
- Read magazines and blogs. Start reading music magazines, music blogs and distributor sites. Often times, they post projects that are looking for music that they can use.
- Are you willing to go for pro-bono? Many start up artists, put up their music on video sites such as YouTube. They get their music out their for free. Gaining an audience and establishing a good reputation is a good start to get noticed by music supervisors and music productions.
- Attend music conferences and music festivals. These types of event give you an opportunity to meet people who are willing to pitch your music on their side label.
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