Happy Saturday! I hope you’ve made plenty of progress in your music career this week.
Things are really coming together here at The Music Entrepreneur, and we’re excited to be able to share a variety of updates with you.
Let’s get into this week’s featured stories.
Recording An Album, Part 6: Visual Art and Album Design
If you aren’t putting any thought into your album art and design, our friend Goemon5 shares with us some really good reasons why we should be paying more attention to how we’re coming across to the world.
Why You Need to Stop Pleasing Others as a Musician
This is a refresh of an old post. We’ve started going through our archives, editing, updating, and eliminating as we go. We’ll be sharing more relevant posts with you in the future.
Northern Beauties to Perform at The Listening Room Series at Café Blanca
You might recall Deanne’s post about The Listening Room. Moving forward, I will be sharing upcoming performances to check out. On Wednesday, April 20, you’ll have the opportunity to check out the Northern Beauties (if you live in Calgary).
Music Industry How To
In case you didn’t know, I contribute new content to Music Industry How To on a weekly basis as a staff writer. If you’d like to learn about becoming a member to gain access to all of the content, click here.
Here’s what’s new this week.
5 Money Management Tips For Musicians
I’ve learned a lot about managing money well – especially in the last five years, and I’m more than happy to share what has enabled me to steadily increase my income, eliminate debt, and save, all at the same time.
Double Stops For Guitarists – Doing More With Riffs, Harmonies, Intervals
Double stops are pretty amazing – there’s a lot you can do with them. And the best part is that they aren’t necessarily hard to play. In this guide, you’ll be introduced to many possibilities.
Thanks for Reading!
That’s all for this week, but I’m sure there’s more than enough for you to process. If you’d like to see last week’s digest, click here.
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