5 Tips For Musicians To Optimize Their Time On Stage

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Whether you perform weekly or you are preparing for that first performance. There are simple tricks to implement in your live performance routine that will help optimize the experience you deliver to the audience. If you thought performing your music was the only thing you were supposed to do on stage, then you are sadly misinformed. You are a performer! A musician nonetheless, but the second you are doing anything on a stage in front of a crowd, it becomes a performance. Live performances are the best way to organically create new fans and increase your popularity within the local music scene. The best performances take hours, if not days of preparation and planning. They are well thought out and masterfully executed. Stage time can be difficult to acquire, so it is essential that you take advantage of every minute you spend performing, down to the second!

Here are my five tips that any musician can use to optimize their time on stage, regardless of expertise.

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My First Time At A Professional Recording Studio

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Over the years, I have stepped foot into numerous professional recording studios. Whether it was for my personal recording session, or a fellow musicians, I noticed that every studio was different compared to the next. This blog will discuss my very first time stepping into an actual recording studio; what I loved, what I found peculiar, general observations, and what you might want to stay aware of if you have yet to enter your first recording studio.

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6 Rules of Thumb for Upcoming Artists

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As an artist it’s hard to know what to do with your music. Especially since the internet seems like a content black hole. You put your precious tunes on the interweb and then nothing happens. I’ve been there before. With everything I’ve learned over the years, here’s a quick list of 6 rules of thumb every artist should be aware of to help with that problem.

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