If you’re serious about wanting to get your tracks played by your favourite DJs and raising your profile as a producer, there’s one thing that you need to be doing…
But if you’ve had any experience with submitting tracks to labels in the past, you’ll know the process is often fruitless and unforgiving…
Dealing with rejection, the anxiety of not hearing back, the self-doubt that creeps in – it’s something that can easily cause a wave of negative emotions if not handled properly.
So in this week’s podcast I’m lifting the lid on how to put together the perfect demo submission, so that you can be primed and ready to have tracks signed by labels you love.
From choosing the right time to release your tracks, to optimising your submission for success, I’m covering everything you need to know about getting your music in the hands of the right people.
Wherever you are on your creative journey, sending your tracks to labels is an essential and rewarding part of your growth…
Make sure you nail it everytime by watching this week’s episode of the Finish More Music podcast!
- Research the labels you want to release on and consider how your music fits in.
- Most labels don’t expect your demos to be mastered (they should do this for you once they’ve signed your track), so don’t waste your money.
- Make it easy for the person listening to your demo.
- Keep it simple: focus on making a good first impression, highlighting yourself as a serious artist and presenting your tracks as best you can.
- Be part of a network that can provide ‘ins’ for you.
Like this? Now try these:
- FMM108- Establishing Your Name as an Artist
- FMM106 – Enamour
- FMM070- What all labels must do for you or they suck!
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