It’s only May, but it’s starting to feel like summer already in Calgary (although the photo above is from Golden, BC).
I’m very excited about the projects I’m working on and what’s to come for The Music Entrepreneur HQ.
In the meantime, here’s the latest from this past week.
The Music Entrepreneur HQ Featured Stories
If you’re well-prepared for the studio, your recording project will come together quickly, and everyone will be happier for it. But artists can sometimes make mistakes in the studio because they haven’t thought about the consequences of their actions. Guest poster T. Perry Bowers shares the most common mistakes he’s seen artists make at the recording studio.
No matter how prepared you are, I think we can all agree that it’s better to get your year off to a great start rather than a slow start. In this episode of the podcast, I recap the content we created to help you stay inspired throughout 2018.
You don’t need to know everything there is to know about business to succeed in music. But there are many tools and ideas that can help you on your journey.
In this guide, I’ve collected what I believe to be some of the most important tips for taking your music career beyond.
Seeing yourself as a small business owner makes it easier for you to make long-term strategic decisions that will keep you going on the same path.
So, if that’s something you’d like to delve into, you can order the book on Amazon.
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