Forget a Record Deal: 100 Digital Resources for the Indie “DIY” Musician

From evolvor.com:

By Eric Herbert

Everyone’s talking about how the Internet is changing the music industry by empowering artists with all the tools they need promote themselves. While this is true, going from playing house parties to becoming a full time musician isn’t going to happen with a MySpace page and few live videos. It’s going to take time, hard work, enthusiastic fans willing to help you out, and a ton of different tools and services in order for you to take things to the next level.

There is hope for the music industry. There is a great chance that you can make a living with your music. The tools are here. How you use them will either help you succeed or have you in the same place a year from now as you are today.

Click here to read Eric’s entire post.

Posted by Dexter Bryant Jr. (d.BRYJ)
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