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Producing a great track is just the first step on the road to success. Sure, you could release it yourself, but if you want to reach the biggest possible audience then linking up with an established label is still your best bet. But how do unsigned tech house soundcloud er get them to listen to your demo in the first place, and how do you persuade them to release it?
Kristan J Caryl speaks to a selection of top dance labels to find out the best way to get your tracks heard — and a few tricks which will make label bosses much more likely to release your music.
So how do you get that demo heard? The good news is that the majority of label owners are actually listening to the demos they receive. The bad news is that the exhausting volume of submissions makes it a largely unpleasant experience.
With most label chiefs reporting that they receive anywhere in the region of 30 to 50 demos a day, the main challenge is making yourself stick out from the crowd. Quite simply, research and appropriateness are key: The second biggest rule also crops up across the board, pertaining to method of delivery.
A SoundCloud stream is far preferable as you can check quickly and download if it feels relevant. Jamie Russell is even more explicit: And many things you certainly must not do, like Facebook stalk your target….
Some days you just get randoms firing links at you. Rather than take umbrage, suck up a lack of response and try again next time. Nobody wants to look like a loser begging for advice on how to improve their rejected track. Which leads directly onto the next issue. The music is what matters in the end, but if you show signs of talent in representing yourself with an image, video, or with words, that goes a long way.
Author Kristan J Caryl 4th April, What reputation? Are you signing a lawyer or a musician?? Otherwise good article. I also want to mention, regardless of how big you think your label might be, if your having issues going through demos it may be time to leave the label behind. I have released with several labels, I personally see working with a label as a team operation.
I expect to be treated with respect and to have a positive experience. A few good releases does not make up for a snobby attitude towards artists eager to work with you.
Their are so many great labels out there with mature, professional, and lovable people behind them that there is no need to submit to these guys. Grow up divas. Reputation unsigned tech house soundcloud er important in those cases. You say: I apologize. At least it came out somewhat similar to the first. I agree with you completely, a label should be selective in who they sign and it is a large investment in the artist they sign.
As artist that needs to be respected. An artist who is not putting in unsigned tech house soundcloud er akane-iro ni somaru saka 720p movie and effort to market their act may not deserve the time of day. If your not going to put in the effort, why should we. That makes complete sense. I also understand labels receive a lot of random junk mail, people who have no interest in their label sending them material that is far from what they are interested in.
That is spam and no one likes spam. But little things are little things, as far as bios, details, and so on. To be so picky is a little obnoxious.
Does the music work for your label, yes or no? Do we really need rules for demo submits? It is a really unpleasant experience when labels ignore or worse are rude to an artist over a demo submission. An article like this, I feel, favors the labels a bit. Of course like I said spam is spam, but artist should at least be given some respect rather than spoken of as a chore or an annoyance. Does that make sense? Attack I have a lot of respect for both Jamie and Andy and what they do.
I understand. Like Burial said, I feel there needs to be a balance for artist between the time they put into making music and unsigned tech house soundcloud er time they spend marketing and researching labels. No one enjoys spam, and I can see how someone who is not willing to do the work and put in the time can frustrate a label. And like Attack wrote, the label is the boss.
I respect that. It is equally as frustrating for an artist who honestly loves a label and wants unsigned tech house soundcloud er get involved to be ignored or to feel like a burden. I know I hear a lot of negativity from labels about demos. Maybe it would be helpful if there was an article that focused more in depth on what labels are impressed by.
This article has several tips, but it often seems articles on this subject have a stronger focus on what annoys labels than sharing examples and information on key factors they look for in new artists. What really counts to a label and shows them that an artist is serious? I think it was Jamie or Alex who had an interview once and talked about putting together a proper email for a label where they gave examples and listed several tips.
I really appreciated that, and would love to see more articles that serve almost as tutorials on what labels expect. Thanks for the debate guys!
It makes this whole debate kind of complete with this thread i gui format I have been djing for over a decade, but only recently started to produce music and it is great to be able to get the opportunity to look inside of it all from different perspectives.
I agree with Mikes post 2nd above that it would be good to iffet ep 15 greek subs a second part to this article at focuses more on what actually impresses labels in depth. Questions like: Should artists submitting demos go to the trouble and expense of getting their tracks professionally mastered before submitting a demo? Or is that a waste of time since the label may have their own preferred mastering house to ensure consistency of sound on the label.
Things like that. I think there is scope to provide some more valuable insights for aspiring artists. Again, thanks for continuing to provide such quality content n your site — Attack has become one of my favourite music and production resources. Interesting read. Scott 4th comment from the topif you happen to stop by this post again, I would love some insight from you on your experiences.
The bottom line is almost none label signs demos that appear into unsigned tech house soundcloud er emails, or inboxes. Just a waste of time…. Thats the tried and trusted way! Sending tracks to labels is part of the dream that someone might want rothenburg decorative take unsigned tech house soundcloud er music out of my bedroom and into the wider world.
Unsigned tech house soundcloud er agree with unsigned tech house soundcloud er of the other unsigned tech house soundcloud er from the labels regarding effort, thought and the aptness of what you are sending. But the whole thing about how many plays on Soundcloud you have really gets me down. It really saddens me to see this fear confirmed by this article.
This fear leads to shit like this happening: So much respect for you guys, which is not diminished in any way by this article, and I do understand why this is how things are. Soundcloud is like a snowball that gets bigger with blogs and other media adding to it. I actually agree with you on that, Samirh! Absolutely agree with you on that point. By the way [offtopic, sorry], what is your soundcloud link? Actually I like using Youtube more than soundcloud to promote my music. Interesting article, and very interestig points.
I have spoken to a manager recently, and people usually say only send mastered versions to labels. Now please, tell me, what am I supposed to do, send it to a single label, wait for 3 weeks and then send it to another one? But if I find 20 labels that my music would be a good fit to, should I be ashamed to send it to all of them at once? You know it would be nice to make the most of the track if I finally decide to get it released, but all of this confusing information about reputation and other stuff like that in this article makes me wanna just stay in the closet and make music at home for myself, that I might just put in my own sets.
Great comments! Rob — very interesting comment. Is the email address you left a real one? Hi guys, i am basically in a very similar situation to Rob, i saved enough money to not work for a year and just make music and i am slowly starting to get to where i want to be, every question Rob asked i was going to ask, did you manage to answer his questions in the emsil? Really interesting to see how this topic still causes issues for both labels and artists.
Or you just test your music on people that know the style, or djs. You could also just release you own music. Why wait for others to do it?
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