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Musicians: Singers, Songwriters, Beat Makers, Producers, and Music Students—learn what it takes to go further in your music career. This informative series features the insight of Walter and featured music industry guests—covering topics related to: Home Studio Advice, Performance, Getting a Recording Deal, Ways to Create Better Music, Selling Songs Online, Music Theory, Marketing Your Band, Trends in the Industry, Equipment, Recording Techniques, and more.
 
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Episode 66: Insight from Entertainment Attorney, Kamal Moo (part 2) Los Angeles-based entertainment attorney Kamal Moo has just written The Straightforward Guide to the Music Biz, a guide that’s free of jargon, easy to understand, and above all else, helpful to any aspiring musician…as well as to some veterans. Moo has first-hand experience that wi…
 
Episode 65: Insight from Entertainment Attorney, Kamal Moo Los Angeles-based entertainment attorney Kamal Moo has just written The Straightforward Guide to the Music Biz, a guide that’s free of jargon, easy to understand, and above all else, helpful to any aspiring musician…as well as to some veterans. Moo has first-hand experience that will give y…
 
Episode 64: Music Myths - How To Avoid Wasting Time As a musician, you already have enough to deal with. Be far more effective by avoiding time-wasting-myths. Today's tips (myths): 1. The Mirage Mindset 2. The Well-Meaning Musician 3. No Practice, No Problem? 4. Achieving Your Own Sound Is Impossible 5. No One Can Touch the Greats Hear all episodes…
 
Episode 63: Interview: Sean Giovanni - Growing Your Music Career (Part 2) Today we conclude our 2-part interview with The Record Shop's Sean Giovanni. Sean Giovanni is the Producer, Engineer and Owner for Middle Tennessee’s own, The Record Shop (therecordshopnashville.com). A frequent NAMM show panelist, speaker at Belmont, MTSU, SAE, The Recording…
 
Episode 62: Interview: Sean Giovanni - Growing Your Music Career (Part 1) Sean Giovanni is the Producer, Engineer and Owner for Middle Tennessee’s own, The Record Shop (therecordshopnashville.com). A frequent NAMM show panelist, speaker at Belmont, MTSU, SAE, The Recording Academy, and countless community groups, Sean Giovanni is passionate about h…
 
COVID-19 has destroyed live shows, tours, and concerts. However, Jack Forman, from Bicoastal Productions believes that your music career can thrive in this new-normal. Today's tips: Surviving and thriving during COVID Online streaming Virtual ticketing Fan engagement Partnering and forming local alliances Reinventing yourself during these times Bef…
 
Episode 60: How To Connect Song Sections Have you ever felt that your verses, choruses (hooks), bridges, and/or intros did not fit together well? Do you feel your song is just a mixture of odd pieces? This episode offers some very simple tips and trip for making seamless transitions between song sections. Today's tips: Crash-in new section Crescend…
 
Episode 59: Thicc Bass—How to Improve Your Low-End Sound Most modern music demands a full, low and deep thump. As a music creator, you may have been seeking this mythical sound. On today's episode, we'll dive into what it takes to achieve a powerful bottom-end... thicc bass!: For illustrations, see this episode's show-notes page: https://successwit…
 
Episode 58: “Soundproofing” Your Studio Working is a quiet, sirene place is every music creator’s dream. On this episode, we offer a lot of ideas on how to get this done—from low/no cost to effective professional sound solutions. See show notes here: https://successwithmusic.com/episodes/ep58-soundproofing-your-studio/…
 
This is Episode 57: Just Finish Your Songs! Many music creators suffer from having a huge number on incomplete tracks and songs. One today's episode, we'll uncover some ideas that'll help you make progress: New gear is not the answer Hear your song less? Chasing new ideas is a mistake The exercise of songwriting Trend-chasing is a killer Dealing wi…
 
This is Episode 56: How To Widen Your Mix. If your looking to produce and record a more big, wide, immersive sound, listen for the following tips on today's show: • Reference everything • LCR panning for life • Plugins • Mid/Side Processing • Individual sound treatment • Be dynamic • Stereo analysis Hear all episodes: https://successwithmusic.com/e…
 
On this episode, we speak with pop artist, Judah Holiday Episode 55: Learn how Judah turned a major life-struggle into music success. He also shares how to gain more followers, where he finds ideas for songwriting, and how to stand out in an ever-crowded music industry. Follow Judah Holiday: judahholiday.com http://instagram.com/judahholiday https:…
 
On this episode, we discuss how to deal with negative reviews about your music (the nonviolent way): As musicians and creators, you will eventually have someone tear your work apart. Learn how I dealt with a recent online troll. Todays Tips: *Escape your emotions * Other musicians will always give tough reviews * Don’t retaliate—thank your haters *…
 
Today we interview, special music guest, Theo Nt Links for Theo Nt: Listen to the full album on Spotify or YouTube. Social Links: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theontmusic Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theontartist Twitter: https://twitter.com/Theo_Nt Website: https://www.theont.comWalter R. Dailey tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Today we get into ways to break out of a creative plateau Summary of today's ideas: 1. Listen to music you hate? Maybe... 2. Change the order of your creative process 3. Learn a new motif, scale, mode, or chord 4. Learn your 'lesson' Today's show is brought to you by the SWM Master Melody Course (online audio learning): https://successwithmusic.com…
 
Today we get into: writing and producing music at a much faster pace Summary of today's ideas: Use a song template Type your thoughts—not lyrics Keep your recorder nearby Don’t do everything at once Artificial deadlines are awesome Keep all lyrics Stop looking for the perfect snare Stop mixing it up Don't edit now Make a template 'Save your project…
 
This is Part-3 in our Making Your Tracks Louder Series! This is the third and final episode in this multi-part series that deals with making your songs/tracks louder: Today we get into: 1. Cutting out wasted audio energy (see EP:49 illustration: https://successwithmusic.com) 2. Getting a visual on your sound/track file (see EP:49 illustration: http…
 
This is Part-2 in our Making Your Tracks Louder Series! Today’s episode is the second installment in a multi-part series that deals with making your songs/tracks louder: Today we get into: 1. Premier instrument/sound selection 2. Sidechain compression 3. Using pitch to increase the perception of loudness…
 
Today’s episode is the first in a multi-part series that deals with making your songs/tracks louder: If you're thinking, "just turn up the volume", you'll soon discover, that's not enough. We have 11 ideas to help you achieve a commercial sound. Listen to the first 3 on making your music bigger, fuller, and LOUDER now!…
 
Today’s episode features guest, Dave Esposito from SongBro We're answering questions about: 1. The secrets to making a great song 2. How to deal with writer's block 3. I've created a hit song; now what? 4. Music promotion wisdom Follow Dave and SongBro on all major platforms: @mysongbroWalter R. Dailey tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Today’s episode is the second in a two-part series on compression. Today we cover the following: 1. Final thoughts on Ratio 2. Using Attack 3. Understanding Release 4. How Gain/Makeup Gain works Hear all episodes: https://successwithmusic.com/episodesWalter R. Dailey tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Music Production Tips (Part 4) Today’s episode goes into 3 of my ways for composing and producing music tracks. Music Production Tips 1. Whack 'em with the snare drum! 2. LCR Panning 3. Using Volume Visit our new site: https://successwithmusic.com Learn how to enroll in SWM Class—music production courses from Success With Music…
 
Music Production Tips (Part 3) Today’s episode offers 3 of my techniques for composing and producing music tracks. Music Production Tips 1. Using intervals to fill space 2. Changing up melody sounds 3. Dry vs. wet sounds Visit our new site: https://successwithmusic.com Learn how to enroll in SWM Class—music production courses from Success With Musi…
 
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