Your Own Home Studio - Ger STARted!
Tips on quickly becoming popular with your own music, basic tools of self-promotion are also described.
Most performers generally aim to become a member of a certain group or project rather than collaborate with composers on a temporary basis, which is quite understandable. Once you manage to find people who view music as true art and put really much effort into it, you get a lot of potential, but it is still unreasonable to expect instant success, as it will take you much time to get to know each other and find your unique performing style. But in some cases such attempts are a failure, as conflicts are frequent - different musicians have different expectations and expertise.
Moreover, making music is about to cost you really much money - first of all, you need to rent a studio for rehearsals, buy all the necessary instruments and accessories, in some cases a coach may be needed for a couple guitar or vocal lessons. You may have already tried making music yourself, so why give it up when you could be all your way to getting fame?
With as little needed as several programs installed to your computer and detailed guidelines provided, you are ready to get started - give all the way to experiment and create new sounds yourself. Once you get involved into the process, you will be able to make your own tracks one after another even if you are not much of a guitar or piano player - all the effects you may need are included. In case you don't possess any performing, playing or music editing skills, you can become a success as a lyricist once you can write really good verses - you may offer your already completed pieces to different bands, collaborate with them or sell your lyrics. Promotional and advertising skills may also be helpful to you, as a great number of musicians are looking for a person responsible for promotion and public relations.
Getting feedback is not less important, so don't forget about signing up for accounts on most famous resources, sharing your tracks online and promoting them. You may also take the challenge and participate in various contests - once you win, you are likely to sign a good contract or get your songs broadcast on the radio. Only note that if you decide to submit your work, it should match all the standards required, the most common one is having your tracks in MP3 format so you may need m4a to mp3 converter or a program alike.
Don't be afraid of sharing your work, and the result will not keep you waiting long!