Mistakes to Avoid on Your First Music Video

Now that practically anyone can set up an account on YouTube or Vimeo, it makes sense for bands to make videos for their songs. It’s an opportunity for people to find them, and if the video is entertaining enough, it will convert a lot of people into fans and maybe even go viral.

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Don’t Dismiss the Cover Band Just Yet

Cover bands tend to get a bad rep, certain musicians look down on them thinking there really isn’t that much to them besides learning to play someone else’s chord progressions and mimicking another band’s stage persona. And yes, that sounds completely uninspired and boring, and it also doesn’t accurately reflect the reality of most cover bands.

In reality, cover bands have to carefully study the source material experiment how much of their own twist they can add to it (jury’s still out on whether a cover should be an exact replica or can deviate from the original), still work on their stage presence and the cohesion of the band as a whole. Not having to write original material from scratch doesn’t really ease off the workload of designing a live performance.

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On: 30 January 2019

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Sound Check: Tips so Everything Goes Well

The sound test is, for those who still don’t know, the mandatory process by which every musician or group must go before a concert. The objective here is to find the best sound mix for...

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In: Egbert 
On: 19 January 2019

How to Choose the Ideal Music Producer?

There are some characteristics that a good music producer should have. Why? Because being a music producer is more than having contacts, a university degree or conducting a recording studio. Not to dismiss academics, but...

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In: Egbert 
On: 15 January 2019

Golden Rules for Dealing with a Sound Technician

What a thrill! Your band finally gets a call to perform at the hippest bar in town and the sound engineer is included in the deal. This means less stress and only worrying about one...

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In: Egbert 
On: 08 January 2019

Sound Check 101 for Singers

The sound test for a live performance is fundamental for both the performers of the world of classical music and those of modern music. The latter, when amplified (voices and instruments) must have a minimum...

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In: Egbert 
On: 03 January 2019

6 Tips to Leave Your Audience Totally Amazed

You have to leave the bar on a very high note to be able to imprint an unforgettable memory of your show into the public’s minds. You also have to take into account that a...

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In: Egbert 
On: 31 December 2018

What Does A Music Producer Do and Why Do You Need One?

Many people wonder what a music producer is and what functions it has in the process that leads to the making of a record, a song or the recent EP (Extended Play or short disc)....

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In: Egbert 
On: 27 December 2018

Why Nobody is Reviewing Your Music – Part 2

In part 1 we covered how being spammy can hurt your chances of getting a review, and how it’s best to take the time to study the people you’re trying to reach and craft a...

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In: Egbert 
On: 19 December 2018

Why Nobody is Reviewing Your Music – Part 1

Anyone looking to make a living off of original songs is aware that knowing how to play excellent music is as important as knowing how to promote it. Nowadays everyone can put up a website,...

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In: Egbert 
On: 07 December 2018

Don’t Dismiss the Cover Band Just Yet

Cover bands tend to get a bad rep, certain musicians look down on them thinking there really isn’t that much to them besides learning to play someone else’s chord progressions and mimicking another band’s stage...

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In: Egbert 
On: 02 December 2018

How to Get People to Your Shows

Once you’ve booked a show, the most stressful part is making sure people will actually show up to hear you play. In fact, it can be the most nerve-wracking part of the entire ordeal. While...

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In: Egbert 
On: 30 November 2018

Don’t Wait for Inspiration, Get the Job Done

When you’re making a living off of art, be that painting, dancing, or creating music, waiting for inspiration is not an option. Any artist will tell you that yes, inspiration is very much real and...

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In: Egbert 
On: 26 November 2018

Mistakes to Avoid on Your First Music Video

Now that practically anyone can set up an account on YouTube or Vimeo, it makes sense for bands to make videos for their songs. It’s an opportunity for people to find them, and if the...

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In: Egbert 
On: 16 November 2018

Crowdfunding an Album: Can You do It? – Part 2

Kickstarter has said that only half of the projects in the site get fully or overfunded. The other half completely fails or thoroughly underperforms. Some will say it’s a matter of popularity, that the more...

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In: Egbert 
On: 15 November 2018

Keeping Your Voice Safe For Live Performances

Singers have the most delicate instruments out there, with improper technique and bad practices, they can lose it forever or create serious health problems that can permanently affect their abilities. Vocal cords can’t be replaced,...

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