You’ve been making your music and your getting a bit of a buzz, you want to start selling your music but not so sure how to go about it. Well there are many ways this can be done, ranging from a small scale diy approach upto getting the professions to do most of the work for you.
As promised this is a follow up to the last review on HitMe1. Been using the site over the last couple of weeks and I can reveal it has been a good experience. I have been able to learn a few more things about the site.
Yesterday I entered my track into a competition and it’ll be judged by professionals and hopefully get to the final stage. In the meantime I’ve been instructed to not allow my track to be downloaded and have to set it to private. If you haven’t already got a copy or heard it then I give you my sincere apologies. You can, on the plus side go to last.fm and hear the instrumental version via link in on my page. Or you can join Soundcloud if you haven’t already and inbox me, and I will add you to the list.
Also, I would like to put it out there that if you can sing and/or rap, I would like to work with you. All you need is a decent microphone to record your vocals and I will do the rest.
I got an almighty shock when I saw the HitMe1 post without my knowledge on my page. At first I thought, “Bollocks, I’ve been hacked!” I really have no clue how it ended up there and I intend to get to the bottom of this real soon.
In the meantime, for anyone who was not interested enough to look them up I’ll give you a quick unbiased review:
Getting a remix done of your track can result in a world of wonders. For starters, it can give your track a refreshing new start, not only in the genre it was originally made for, but also a chance to cross over to a wider audience, depending on what type of remix you get done.
At first, I was going to sit down and start a long post about how to set up a record company. When it came time to research stuff, I remembered why I never started my own legally registered company. I just find it boring as hell. Even thinking about it was putting me sleep. When I tried to fight it, the sleep deprivation was making a phone call to say hello.