Indie Connect recently launched the first issue of Indie Connect Magazine! It is the only magazine dedicated completely to helping you make money as an artist, a musician, a songwriter and or an industry professional.
Because each issue is dynamic and interactive, we add new articles every week! Click on the titile to go straight to the article. Here’s what’s now in this introductory issue.
- ‘Journey To The Dream‘ – an interview with Liz Longley. Find out how she earned her record deal!
- If you’re not getting the gigs you really want, you need to read ‘Inside The Minds of Booking Agents, Managers and Talent Buyers‘. It might explain why you’re having a challenge.
- ‘The 10 Primary Roles of an Artist Manager‘ – This article will help you understand what a manager does and doesn’t do. It will also help you find and interview the right manager.
- Are you planning to crowdfund your next CD? This article by social media expert, Ariel Hyatt is a must read. The accompanying video is also a game changer! Don’t miss out on ‘The Dark Side Of Crowdfunding‘
- ‘How To Produce Noteworthy Music Videos‘ – great advice from Kyle Saylors, a major label video producer.
- Is your voice getting tired during your gigs even though you did your warmups? Judy Rodman explains why in ‘Why Your Vocal Warmup Isn’t Working‘
- Are you at a loss for places to pitch your music? That can all change just by watching this 75 second video! 10 Places To Market Your Music
- New! Still need more places to market your songwriting and songwriting skills? Check out ‘Unique Ways To Pitch Your Songs and Songwriting Skills’!
- Anyone Can Be A Producer – This article explores why it might be god to have someone else produce your music.
- Bonus! Check out the entertaining and informative bonus video – ‘The Genius Of John Lennon’s Guitar’ – It’s at the end of the previous article.
- Not sure how to find place to play? Check out ‘Finding Gigs Online‘
- Are you looking to place your music into film and TV? Gary Earl has the perfect video to get you started, accompanied by this valuable article – ‘6 Things You Need To to Know To Get Film and TV Cuts‘