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    Welcome to the EvO:R Tips Section. We call this section EvO:R-Pedia because it is like a complete reference library for Indie musicians...Just about every tip has been used so you won't find false promises and a series of books to buy after reading each tip. This section was put here by musicians so that people that followed can take this knowledge and use it's power.

    One Way to Succeed in the Music Business
    By Kevin Sinclair

    Kevin Sinclair is the owner of Personal and Business Success Resources, Be Successful News, Net-MLM-Profits.com, MusicianHome.com, and my-personal-growth.com - all web sites focused on providing ...

    When a recording company offers you a contract, you are given the opportunity to record your songs for the entire world to hear, and this quite often proves to be the start of the road to success.

    Music Demo Tape

    Initially when you contact management and recording companies, music producers and talent agencies they will ask you to supply them with a tape or CD of your music.

    The demo tape you submit will provide the reasons for the record company to be interested in you and give you a recording contract. It not only portrays your image, but also your musical capabilities. After all, the recording company will need to see you have something special to offer them to warrant the money they will be investing in you!

    Make Your Music Special

    As your music must reach your listeners on an emotional level you should ensure the start of your songs will appeal to your audience. If the beginning holds no interest to the recording companies, they will not hang around long enough to get as far as the chorus and the public are never likely to hear your music at all.

    Choose Your Song Carefully

    Don't just think you can record any old song, simply because you wrote it yourself. Do your research, and find one of good quality with the potential of encouraging your audience to listen to more of your stuff.

    The Role of the Music Producer

    The "music producer" helps you to select which songs to record and he makes all of the technical decisions. He knows how to put across your singing talents, and is the one who often turns you dreams into reality.

    A good music producer will not only make your demo sound exciting but will also present you as a polished and professional artist in a style which will compliment your particular genre of singing.

    How to Choose the Right Music Producer

    You should shop around and check out the reputation of the music producers before making a decision about who would be the right one for you. Ask as many questions as you like. Have they had many successes in the past? Have they worked with anyone famous and produced a hit record? Have they received any awards for their music productions? When you meet him or her in person, really listen to what they have to say for themselves. Check out their music reproduction and ask yourself "Am I impressed?"

    Are There any Other Options

    It is not the end of the world if you cannot get a record deal and this does not indicate you are no good and that you should give up and concentrate on your day job! In this day and age, the World Wide Web has a lot to offer to those looking for a career move and the Internet is even providing a way for budding stars, who previously had a recording contract, to sell their music on line and become recognized with music lovers all over the world.

    Kevin Sinclair is the publisher and editor of MusicianHome.com, a site that provides information and articles for musicians at all stages of their development.


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