Have you ever
noticed how some bands seem to perpetually move forward in their careers,
seemingly with ease, while other bands remain stagnant with no real progress
for years or they make one good album and then disappear from the scene? It may
be more than simple luck. It could be their approach to their music careers and
As a musician who wants to be one of the success stories, instead of the forgotten failures, it’s important to learn all you can about what makes great musicians so great so let’s take a few minutes to consider one of the things that great bands have in common… Setting goals.
In the music world
participant has a goal or two. The problem is most of them are so vague, they
are inherently unreachable. It isn’t because the goal that is set is too
difficult. It’s because the mindset necessary to reach the goal wasn’t
incorporated in setting it.
if you walked
into a room with fifty musicians and asked them what their goals as musicians
were, you would get fifty answers. You would probably hear at least half of
them say, “I want to get a recording contract.” That’s a great goal.
We all want that. We know there are recording contracts out there because we
have seen other people get them. Unfortunately, the group that says “I want
a recording contract.” and leaves off there is probably never going to see
a recording contract of their own. Why? Because they weren’t specific about
their goal. They set a goal but they didn’t take it any farther.
In that same group
probably get another twenty folks who say, “I want a recording contract
this year.” and they stop there. Is it better? Yes, …
As a music
producer within the New York City area I’ve observed plenty of artists at the
same time as labels and major time studio’s come and go. For a number of people
they have been just carried out with all the music business and decided to do
one thing new although others were pushed out. I am among the fortunate ones I
have been creating because the age of 15 and I’m now 31 years young. Items are
various in the instances when albums sold 8 million copies without the need of
even attempting, so what occur? I feel that the fans and the artists and in
some cases the producers have been neglected.
Big record labels have been acquiring greedier acquiring new techniques to rape artists and producers. How are you able to blame the internet for record sales getting down? As of today you will discover 500 million people on Facebook if only 50 million of them brought albums which is nonetheless fantastic funds. Significant labels don’t understand how to connect with the folks anymore. Let’s face it the music around the radio sucks and also the labels have lost control and they usually do not know what to do next.
That may be why
as a music producer you will need to be up on your game at the moment. Since
2001 I have seen numerous producers, be it know or unknown make the transition
to promoting beats on line. For some main producers they looked at it as a
smack in the face and this showed me they know absolutely nothing about making
revenue they only understand how to produce beats. It’s not their fault the
labels kept them busy so they wouldn’t figure out how the technique functions.
Now you’ve got these …