• How To Get People To Listen To Your Music (Part 1) | Producer's Edge
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Based on a question by Moo Latte & Dutchbeat, here comes Producer's Edge 3:

In the first part of how to get people to listen to your music, we're looking at the first two pillars of attention: Work & Paid.



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Hey man!! Thanks for this contribution, I love the way you answer the
questions of our fellows!!
These are very good tips for anybody who wants to get people to listen
to their music for sure! Well explained again!!
Cheers!
MM
I'm proud of this track, check it out! https://soundcloud.com/martimedia/dreams


« Last Edit: April 29, 2016, 22:41:54 by vincent_stewart »
Wow. Thanks once again it makes a lot of sense. I especially like and agree about how you try to reply on any comments that you get. My songs don't get a lot of plays on SoundCloud, so it's easy for me to respond, but even if it wasn't I figure that that person took the time to listen and more important to respond with a like or a comment and I really do appreciate it. Also, I check out what they've got going and have stumbled onto some really good music.

One thing I'd like to add  - is I was reading a book on Eric Clapton a long time ago - and what his record company did to keep his name out there during his "dark days" was to keep releasing or re-releasing his stuff. So maybe some of your fans should look at their older stuff and post it again,

I believe you said your German - I use to live in Hannover and my wife is German - so I'm very impressed you do it all in English. 

Best wishes,

Vince


Thanks for sharing your 'Producer's Edge' video :) You're covering some interesting topics and I like the visual set-up of it too.

(btw Great work on your website too! )
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@MartiMedia: Glad to hear it Marty! Let's hope Dutchbeat & Moo Latte see this one as well ;) How's it look with our meetup btw? When do you have time?

@vincent_stewart: Thanks for the kind words. Yes, rereleasing can work wonders, especially if the song did well the first time. Not everyone will have seen it the first time and you'll have some new fans in the meantime as well.

@Rachel_D: Glad you like the setup :) I'm not 100% happy with it yet, but I'm working on it this week :) And glad you like the website, more is coming soon!



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