The New Music Industries and How to Succeed in them

There are many pundits who write about the music industry. Some of those are “bibles” written to help aspiring artists navigate the seemingly complex game. Now I’m not gonna be much different but I am going to make suggestions that may run counter to what you think and so probably want to reject. Your choice…

In Conversation with Didi Oviatt – an Author

Please meet Didi Oviatt. Didi writes and self-publishes books like “Search For Maylee”, “Aggravated Momentum”, “The Stix”, and “New Age Lamians” as well as her own Blog about writing which has some distinct parallels to my own posts. Didi is also a columnist at The Conscious Talk Magazine, an online outlet for diverse intelligent readers.…

Lesson 10: Interview with Iron Will

This last lesson isn’t a lesson in the obvious way. I won’t be talkin’ at ya like normal. This time I will be letting us all learn from the experience (and choices) of others. We are going to have a discussion with Iron Will a Metal band out of Boston U.S.A. who have very recently let…

Lesson 9: Bringing It All Together

If you have been following this Artist Development Course all the way (and I hope you have) you may be wondering when I get to the point where I give you the magic formula for making irresistible Pop hits? When I tell you that if you put all your songs in A#Min with an Augmented 9th…

Lesson 8: Answering The Call

Last week I asked you some curly questions. I hope you answered them. If you didn’t, my question is why not? I will assume you did for now so those who are moving towards their goals can keep going. Lost In Music I figure there are two types of people when it comes to music;…

Lesson 7: Finishing & Publishing the Work

I am talking about Finishing when we barely seem to be started. This is deliberate because the way you start out is the way you proceed. If you don’t have a plan to have a record, shows, tour… at the end of this then you will have no direction, become lost and nothing will eventuate.…