Resources for Musicians and Bands

Here is a list of some very useful resources for musicians, bands, DJs, and music producers. There are so many opportunities in the modern industry to create, collaborate, promote, and produce music.

Music Collaboration

10 Great Music Collaboration Websites and Apps – Here’s an article on some of the best music collaboration websites online that can help you work and get in touch with other musicians, producers, and singers.

Music Promotion and Industry

Creating a Music Website – Quick Start Guide – We have written an easy to follow guide on how to create a music website. It’s simple to follow, and you don’t need any previous technical knowledge of web design.

RouteNote – RouteNote is a music aggregator services that allows you to distribute your music for free to Spotify, iTunes, YouTube, Soundcloud, Google Play, Deezer, and much more. I’ve personally used it and I have nothing but good things to say about it. They take a small cut of the royalties from your streams. Though unless you really hit big numbers, you’re not going to notice much of a hit. You can upgrade your account to take all of the royalties yourself and add more features to your account. Alternatively, there are many other music aggregators that you can use for a monthly fee, which do not charge any royalties.

Instruments

The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Ukuleles – A great quick-start guide written to help you answer all of your questions about Ukuleles, in order to get started right away!

Top 10 Easiest Instruments to Learn – Struggling to figure out what musical instrument to start playing, check out this article!

DJ

How To Become A DJ – The Beginner Guide on Equipment and Gigging –  The amount of DJ related information out there can be a little overwhelming. This guide is intended to give you a nice run-through of the most important things you need to know in order to get a start at DJing.

Tech/Studio

How to Record Music at Home – The face of the music industry has changed. Some global music names have literally recorded their tracks from their bedroom laptops. There is nothing stopping you apart from passion, perseverance, and a willingness to learn. Check out our guide on home music recording, so you can get your home studio set up in no time.