sending out music to labels

Viewing 3 reply threads
  • Author
    Posts
    • #74791
      ,greg
      Participant

      whats everyones advice on sending music out? i get nervous sending my music out incase some one leaks it. i have a few tracks i think are pretty nice but have no idea where to start

      cheers

    • #74825
      ,Zero Four
      Participant

      Yo dude,

      Best advice is get people to listen to your tracks give some unbiased feedback, the last thing you want is to send music that might not hit the level and never hear back from the label. Always make sure you listen to their back catalogue to make sure your tunes what they are after as well if that makes sense.

      Hope that helps.

      I have been producing nearly 3 years and I still haven’t sent out to any labels. Mostly because there are a lot of people trying to make it in music so you really need to stand out.

      Im sure others will give you a different opinion.

      Matt

    • #74968
      ,GENIE HQ
      Keymaster

      Don’t be too precious about it, but give your music to people who can actually help you or have your interests at heart. If you are yet to release a track leaks can only be a positive thing!
      Also, nothing beats giving a physical demo to someone in person too, wait until after their set and give them a USB with your music on – it will get listened to…

      • #74969
        ,JOPPA
        Participant

        very good advice here my friend did it with dieselboy and it worked out for him

    • #75030
      ,greg
      Participant

      thanks for the advice. im thinking maybe share some music in this forum?

Viewing 3 reply threads
  • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.

Sign In

Sign into your account below and get your hands on December's amazing content.

Forgot Password?

Find out more about our service:

Free Membership Full Membership Your Basket (0 items - $0.00)