How to promote yourself as a musician

Tips from London recording studio about how to promote yourself as a musician.

How to promote yourself as a musician

If you are trying to make it as a musician, one of the most important things you can do is promote yourself. After all, it really does not matter how amazing your music is, if nobody knows about you nobody is going to listen to you. There are a few ways to promote yourself, but regardless of what you do, you need to keep on top of it. Making it into the world of music can be incredibly difficult, so the more you push at it the better your chance is going to be. All of this should drastically improve your chances and help you, eventually and hopefully, become a professional musician.

London Recording Studio

To promote yourself, you need to have a recording of yourself. Without the recording you really do not have anything to provide individuals. Sure, you can perform live, which is great, but you need to have recordings with you to sell, in case someone really likes the way you sound and wants to take it home with them. When looking through the different London recording studio options, you need to take into consideration a few different variables. First, you need a studio you can actually afford. Studio time is not cheap as there are many other people who want inside the studio. When you find the different locations you can afford, check to see what all comes with the studio time. You need a studio tech to record everything, but find out if they master the recording for you, or if it simply is how you play it and none of the levels are adjusted. If you yet to have a producer, you might be able to find one at the studio, or if you have a producer, make sure they are able to work with you inside of the recording studio.

Book Gigs

It doesn’t matter if it is at a local coffee shop or a hip bar, the more places you play the more individuals are going to hear you. This, of course, is where having the recording of you is important. While once you have a recording it is easier to upload it to locations such as iTunes or even sell your album on CDBaby.com, most bar owners do not have time, or want to take the time, to go and download your content in order to see if you are something they would have in their bar. You need to provide your CD, like a business card, to the locations you are looking to book if they request some sort of music sample. The more locations you book, the easier it is going to become to book other shows around town, especially if you help bring in business. Having a performer inside the building is all about generating business for the facility. Showing you can help business is a great way to receive the gigs.

Selling branded merchandise is another great way of self promotion. While performing, you want to not only sell CDs, but other items that have your name on it. Anything to spread the word.

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