Seven reasons you should NOT release any
recording, or enter a competition, until
you have studied and applied this information:
(1) You will waste
a lot of time and money.
(2) It will be around for many years to
haunt and remind you of how bad it was. Remember, even your best effort
is something you will improve upon with your next projects, don't
knowingly make mistakes with your first recording.
(3) When you take your time and follow the
rules you will be proud and pleased with your project, and so will
(4) If you release an inferior recording you will want to re-record many of the pieces, and it will
be too late. The only way to do this would be to scrap all copies and
start over. Even worse is having iTunes downloads out there with a bad
recording. This is almost impossible to recover from.
(5) A good recording is easier
to sell. A bad recording is almost impossible to sell.
Your reputation is on the line, make your recording a good effort.
(6) Make your first recording really good.
You are going to need it. Remember, the magic number of CDs is three. At
that point you can offer a "Three for the price of Two" CD special.
You can do the same on iTunes. This
is much more attractive to the buyer. Also, having people hand you
actual cash is better than internet sales.
It will help you succeed in the music business more than any other
information you will find.
FOLLOW THE RULES
Rule #1 - Be good enough to make a
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Rule #2 - The technical side of
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Rule #4 - How to take all forms of
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Rule #8 - Make a “Best Of” CD to maximize sales....
Rule #9 - Take your time
and make this CD the best it can be. Study every detail of this package, you
will be most happy you did it right.
Rule #10 - How to make your CDs for very little money.
If you are doing live performances, you will need CDs to sell.
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Rule #11 - The cover is
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Work smart, work hard and follow the rules. You will have a successful recording
and better live music.
The New York Music Coach. To maximize your live performance and
Practice these tips and you will have a
strong edge over the competition. Classical, Jazz,
Country, Latin, Rock, Metal, Folk or any other music.
Improve quickly and get the edge over everyone else.
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