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Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Thu Dec 15, 2016 10:45 pm
by Martin Walker
Marbury wrote:Thanks Martin. Is there any way of marketing this music in any more specialist libraries ?

I'd be surprised if there wasn't, but library music (as opposed to sound design libraries) is not really my area of expertise I'm afraid.

I did explore a few options some years back, but despite personal recommendations from two long-time existing composers on their books, the library I approached wanted me to pay a fee to get any of my music into the library 'for possible use by their vast clientbase', so I politely declined :beamup:

There must be quite a few library music contributors posting here though, so hopefully someone will chip in with more positive comments :smirk:


Martin

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2016 3:02 pm
by Marbury
Martin Walker wrote:
Marbury wrote:Thanks Martin. Is there any way of marketing this music in any more specialist libraries ?

I'd be surprised if there wasn't, but library music (as opposed to sound design libraries) is not really my area of expertise I'm afraid.

I did explore a few options some years back, but despite personal recommendations from two long-time existing composers on their books, the library I approached wanted me to pay a fee to get any of my music into the library 'for possible use by their vast clientbase', so I politely declined :beamup:

There must be quite a few library music contributors posting here though, so hopefully someone will chip in with more positive comments :smirk:

Nevermind, it was worth a try Martin. Everyone seems to keep their cards very close to their chest in these forums.

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2017 2:31 pm
by Guest
Marbury wrote:Everyone seems to keep their cards very close to their chest in these forums.

Show me a muso that don't keep his cards close to his chest and I'll show you a pink Chihuahua tickling a giant centipede with a feather duster.

Having said that, from what I have seen of your postings and replies I would say you have had some rather good advice - i.e from C-Dogg.

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2017 11:17 pm
by Aurongroove
OK, so this is it.

This is our band. and this is our band's site.

https://www.drmindflip.com/


The Doc has been writing and releasing songs for about three years now (for free online) and the band (same name, but complete with all the creatures, i.e., the rest of us) are coming up to our first birthday as a live performance group this April.
Our first big album is currently being mastered by a very talented, grammy award winning lady-who-shall-remain-nameless in London and we're DYING with excitement.


...we're also dying of poverty, hardship and hard work getting distribution, package design, vinyl artwork, CD art work all ready to go and designed and organized by us. Learning about royalties, PPI codes, Rights organizations. Planning gigs for the summer, applying to festivals.

Basically we're finding out why in a perfect world, it's better to leave the music to the musicians, and the people who normally do all this craic, to do all this craic.

Still it'll be nice when it's finished knowing our own blood, sweat and tears that made it.

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2017 7:21 pm
by Outss
Outss - Hip/Hop Artist, producer and emcee!

Www.outssonline.com

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Fri Mar 10, 2017 4:17 am
by RawzealMusic
Whats up guys!

Electronica/Future Bass Site

My site was done by a good friend of mine at http://bubbls.co/ and I think he did an amazing job. Check it out at:

http://rawzealmusic.com/

Let me know what you guys think! I think the most important thing is the email in exchange for the free download. I'd love to hear feedback on what I could improve.

Thanks! :thumbup:

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Tue May 02, 2017 4:38 pm
by themusiccompany
Please take a minute to check out www.themusiccompany.tv

As a producer, songwriter and musician I've been through some crazy stuff in this industry and now i"m trying to help artists learn a much smarter way to navigate the music business. If you actually learn the business end, your chances of being successful are so much better.

We're hoping that people find the value in this and start to find their success. We're also looking for affiliate parters if anyone is interested email info@themusiccompany.tv

Thanks!

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Tue May 02, 2017 10:15 pm
by den83
themusiccompany wrote:now i"m trying to help artists learn a much smarter way to navigate the music business. If you actually learn the business end, your chances of being successful are so much better.

I'm sorry but I have to say this.

It looks to me that you're just trying to help yourself by leeching off wannabe musicians. Yet another website trying to coax money out of those desperate to get a foot on the ladder. The video made me feel quite queasy.

EBooks...contact lists....a facebook group....Yeuch.

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Mon Jun 12, 2017 5:15 pm
by andregmusic
Hello,

I want to share with you my website, hope you will enjoy the music .

Andreg
www.andregmusic.com

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2017 6:35 pm
by ambientgeneration
Interesting going through these - a really consistent high quality on the numerous ones I have looked at.

Here's mine - www.ambientgeneration.com

I do melodic electronica / soundtrack / ambient techno.

Thanks,
Matt

Re: ambient / downtempo project

PostPosted: Fri Nov 10, 2017 6:01 pm
by JamesKitcher
Been writing electronic music around a decade, but always through labels. Today I released my first independant album, currently it's only available on bandcamp. I've never been comfortable shouting about my own music before but immensely happy with this, everyone who's listened so far has said it's well-produced, and very, very chill...
https://sunsofain.bandcamp.com/

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Fri Nov 10, 2017 10:38 pm
by blinddrew
Enjoying that James, very chill indeed. Will give it a proper listen tomorrow :)

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Sun Nov 12, 2017 3:17 pm
by Martin Walker
I'm really enjoying Suns of Ain too James - welcome to the SOS Forums, and thanks for making one of your first posts such an interesting one! 8-)


Martin

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Thu Nov 16, 2017 12:39 am
by hulmanoid13
Hey there ... here's my band's site - https://www.hulmanoids.com/

Being an old punk , I did everything DIY stylee ... this site was made using a prog I got free with a magazine (Namo Web Edotor 4) - back in 2004... other stuff - like the full screen background vid are cut and pasted from other templates etc. (cut 'n'paste - them old punk/DIY skills still come in handy)

Stuff like the bandcamp players are dead useful ... why bother looking for fancy players when you've got an easy cut 'n' paste solution. (I tried - it's hell)

I've found it is possible to do everything yourself as a musician - as long as you remember you are a musician, and not a webmaster/technician/accountant etc. - so grab those short-cuts.

Here's another one I did for my record co. - a little more flashy - made from a template that cost less than 20 dollars on the Envato market, I think
http://newwavepublishing.com/

I left school at 15 and didn't own a computer until 2004, but I managed to do this stuff on next to no budget - so anyone can do it.

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 6:04 pm
by LakeWave Music Lab
Hi Music lovers!

Our website www.lwmusiclab.com shows some info about us (Claudia&Giovanni) at LakeWave Music Lab,

Come and discover our idea, our philosophy in music production and our bunch of services... And give us feedback, we'de really appreciate it :)

We hope on SOS forum we'll be able to take part in interesting discussion and to get in touch with lots of fellow musicians and techs!

Rock on!
Giovanni @LakeWave Music Lab

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 11:38 am
by wundenbergs
Hey guys,

Just redid my site, would love some feedback!

www.wundenbergs.com

Cheers,
Lewis

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 9:27 am
by Alvvays
wundenbergs wrote:Hey guys,

Just redid my site, would love some feedback!

http://www.wundenbergs.com

Cheers,
Lewis

Cool! I like its simplicity and the stunning photos. I like your studio set up too!

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2018 6:52 pm
by verityaudio
Not music specifically, but audio recording studio (for audiobooks) based in California.

http://www.verityproductions.com

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All the best,
Verity Audio Productions

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Fri Aug 03, 2018 8:36 pm
by Redemption_Piano
Hey my name is Redemption Piano.
21 Years old and from Germany
I do different kinds of genres. Basically what is on my mind right now.

I use FLStudio and had some commissions for around 50 bucks the track.
I started using FL in December 2017 and i think im learning fast...maybe i've got that from the decade of piano playing. I don't aim for a particular genre, i just do whatever my inspiration tells me to do. I would like some feedback, negative0 feedback preferred( or else i can't see what to improve)

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvOQ8S ... ZD0fQ4wx0w

Here is some stuff on me
Feel free to leave a comment!

Best regards
-Redemption Piano

Re: Come on... show us your sites...

PostPosted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 11:36 pm
by Marbury
Since I last shared I have added a few more tracks on Soundcloud. I get encouraging comments but never equates to a sale on Bandcamp, the latter site I personaly thnk is a waste of time sadly.

https://soundcloud.com/bar-olivkovich-696579197

https://marbury1.bandcamp.com/

https://ianhubball-soundtrackmusic.bandcamp.com/